AmpUp - EV Charging 17+

Electric car & EV charger maps

NAD Grid Corp

Designed for iPhone

    • 3.0 • 90 Ratings
    • Free

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If you own an EV, you know how frustrating it can sometimes be to charge. AmpUp makes charging easy by enabling building and property owners to provide charging for their residents, workers, or people just passing by – seamlessly and hassle free. People like you!

Find chargers nearby or on your route, see if they are available, and even reserve them ahead of time. Bookmark favorite chargers or enable notifications for when an occupied charger becomes available. Discover not only AmpUp powered chargers, but also chargers from other networks.

Just scan the AmpUp QR code on the charger with the app’s QR reader to start your session in seconds. Or check into a charger reserved at a location in advance. Some locations require special access, which you can request from the charger’s host.

Pay using a credit card or with a card in your phone’s wallet. Save your payment method so you can charge quickly and easily on any of AmpUp’s thousands of chargers. You can also link your existing RFID card or badge - or request a new AmpUp RFID card - to swipe and charge quickly without your phone.

Each charger host sets the prices and policies for their chargers. AmpUp makes the policies and pricing transparent for drivers, so you can see what charging speed you’re getting and what you are paying per minute or kWh of charging.

See how your charge is progressing right on your phone. Get notified when your session is done. Know exactly what you’re paying and how many kWh you have added to your vehicle. See charging session history and receipts.

Hosts set their own prices and policies, and AmpUp handles payments on their behalf. Hosts sometimes set up idle fees, which promote charger availability by encouraging drivers to vacate the parking space after charging. Get push alerts before idle fees start with a reminder to move your car.

AmpUp provides customer support for drivers. If you have an issue, our support staff can get back to you within 24 business hours to address your charging or billing issue. Note that prices and idle fees are set by hosts, and AmpUp does not have any control over those fees or policies.

Make money and help take polluting internal combustion cars off the road by installing AmpUp-enabled chargers at your place of work or residence. Charging your car using AmpUp is only the beginning - get the app and become a host!

What’s New

Version 2.6

- Charge up your way - add money to your wallet or pay as you go
- Improvements to the home charging experience
- Bug fixes and performance improvements

Ratings and Reviews

3.0 out of 5
90 Ratings

90 Ratings

Hilpert Strosin ,

Good work!

I find it a lot simpler as compared to other apps. It has a clean interface, and there are no annoying pop-ups. The new version appears to be much better. I haven't experienced any issues when charging or finding a location. Thanks, AmpUp, for making your app better with some extra features.

Eric L'Esperance ,


Honestly, this is the worst app I’ve ever used. It was so hard figuring out how to charge the car in the first place, but that was just the beginning. Hours after unplugging my car and ending my charging session in the app, AmpUp starts sending me notifications saying I’m being charged idlying fees. One hour, $9. Three hours, $30, etc. I am obviously panicking (as my car is in my driveway at home and I see no end to these fees racking up), so I call customer service. The customer service voicemail for drivers says, “There is no one here to take your call” and hangs up. I continue getting these crazy notifications, even though I can see clearly in the app that my charging sessions have ended hours ago. Ultimately, the app never charged me the idlying fees, and the notifications stopped. But I’ve never quite been so stressed and panicked by an app notification in my life! I even drove back to the charger to try and figure out what was going on — ultimately depleting the entire original charge I paid for. Honestly, I’ve never written a negative review about an app in my life (who has the time??) but this was an outrageous experience.

EV Ninjas ,

As bad as it gets. Temperamental. Works when it wants to.

Office chose AmpUp as our charging stations even though many of us would prefer another brand. Right from the start there were a bunch of issues. It would charge some vehicles but not others. Or it would charge, then it would decide to stop before reaching full charge. App is finicky, works one day, not the next. Let just say it is not reliable.
Never had any problem charging using other brands’ charging stations. A couple of times, it triggered my check engine light. Nor something you would want to see.
Horrible experience. The person who made the decision to go with AmpUp doesn’t have an EV, go figure.

App Privacy

The developer, NAD Grid Corp, indicated that the app’s privacy practices may include handling of data as described below. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

Data Linked to You

The following data may be collected and linked to your identity:

  • Financial Info
  • Contact Info
  • User Content
  • Identifiers

Data Not Linked to You

The following data may be collected but it is not linked to your identity:

  • Location
  • Diagnostics

Privacy practices may vary, for example, based on the features you use or your age. Learn More


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