The next generation of Entune offers great features and enhancements like a Streamlined User Interface, Enhanced Voice Recognition and an available Entune App Suite on select 2014 Toyota vehicles. Toyota’s Entune Simulator App is a great introduction to understanding how to enjoy the next generation of Entune Audio. Want to learn more about Entune and the available Entune App Suite? Download the Simulator App now!
- New Improved UI
- Now covers even more Entune features
- Enhanced clarification on Entune App Suite
- Card layout updated
- Head unit cards updated
- Minor bug fixes and updates
Ratings and Reviews
Updated in 2014 - Should be deleted from App Store
This app makes Toyota look very bad. It's not been updated since 2014. It would be fine as a few pages on the Toyota website; there doesn't seem to be any app functionality.
It just gets people confused as they think it's the phone app for the car. Obviously some of these bad reviews are actually reviews of the phone app.
BTW, the Bluetooth connection auto playing the same song over and over again? The Bluetooth disconnecting randomly and not being able to find the music/podcasts? Still an issue on a 2014 Prius -- and there are many complaints online in the past 6 years with no good solutions. Install an app to access Bing and Pandora? Ugh.
Looks like the smart move is to buy the base model Prius (maybe other Toyotas too) and use an aftermarket $500 Pearl RearVision with the iPhone and OBD port for a reverse camera, plug the phone into the USB port, and the new always listening Siri for voice commands. And of course just use that dash-mounted phone for maps and directions, podcast and music controls -- you can use your favorite apps. No subscription fees or multi-thousand-dollar headunit upsell pressure from the dealer. Toyota is never going to be able to keep their electronics and apps as up to date as a smart phone with monthly security patches and software updates.
Horrible, shame on you Toyota!
Horrible design. App must be programmed every time you drive the car and it must be set up prior to driving. Also, it only works off your cell phone's data. If your cell goes through a dead zone, the app turns off. To reset the app, you must pull car over to a safe spot, put your car in park, reset up the app, wait for it to buffer, and then pull back into traffic.
Another problem with depending on your cell phone's data is: App does not work in "cell service unavailable " areas. That is when you are driving in the mountains or on a country road with no cellular service, your Scott gps app, Pandora and all other Entune Apps are unavailable.
Shame on you Toyota for subjecting your customers to such a ridiculous navigational system.
It is 2017 folks
I find it inexcusable that in 2017, Toyota cannot make their entune system work with the number one selling phone in the world. My system crashes in the middle of phone calls, has crashed during navigation, making me miss a turn, and is a total safety hazard. I was told today that they know it is an issue, and are working on it, but have no idea when it will be fixed. Ditch it, and go to CarPlay, or fix it now. We live in the age of technology, and you can't make 2 devices talk properly???
- Toyota Motor Sales, U.S.A., Inc.
- 40.9 MB
Requires iOS 6.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
- Age Rating
- Rated 4+
- ©2013 Toyota Motor Sales, U.S.A., Inc
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.