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Description

To be used in conjunction with Land Rover vehicles which are fitted with the next-generation infotainment system, InControl Touch Pro, the Land Rover Route Planner App allows you to navigate from door to door. Before setting out from your home, set your destination from your smartphone and you’ll be directed to your Land Rover as the app detects your vehicle's location. The smartphone app will then automatically sync with your Land Rover's navigation system using the Cloud so your car will be ready to take over navigating soon after you get in. Once you've finished your in-car journey, navigation is then handed back to your smartphone, which provides any final public transport and pedestrian directions to your final destination.

In addition the Route Planner app also allows you to pre-plan trips and holidays by searching for places of interest or restaurants and saving them as favourites from your smartphone. You will then be able to access these saved locations from the in-car navigation system at a later date.

Note:
• Requires InControl Navigation Account to sign-in. Account can be registered from either your Land Rover’s navigation settings or landrover.here.com.
• As we systematically introduce InControl, specific features, options and its availability remain market dependent. This app requires that your vehicle be fitted with its relevant connectivity package as well as a Micro SIM card with a suitable data contract.

Continued use of GPS running in the background can dramatically decrease battery life.

What’s New

Version 1.3.1

Changes in this release:
• Now supports Dark Mode
• Deprecated OpenGL functional replaced with Metal
• We have made some minor improvements to experience and functionality


Requires InControl Navigation Account to sign-in. Account can be registered from either your Jaguar’s navigation settings or jaguar.here.com.

Ratings and Reviews

1.8 out of 5
60 Ratings

60 Ratings

Dad-Texas ,

Not sending route

App will not sync “out” my routes to my car. Have deleted, reinstalled, sign out/in. If I put a route in the web version, it will eventually show up in the app and in my car. It seems to take things in, but anything I start in the app, will not be sent to the car or web version. In general, Land Rover needs to catch up to…all their connectivity technology is sub-standard for such expensive vehicles.

Sekhemt ,

Inaccurate streets/wrong directions/dangerous

Using the map is dangerous. For instance, it tells me turn left when exhibiting the street that I live on but turning left would have me driving on the wrong side of the road. Likewise, it tells me to turn on a street that has not existed since before 2011 (I would end up in someone’s living room). Therefore, the map is OLD and outdated even though it said that I have the most recent version in the car and on the app. There is a highway that became a toll road over a year ago, I do not use toll roads and have the options set to avoid the, but the map is always directing me to take toll highways, such as this one. My friends laugh at me because I am driving a 2017 Range Rover but I still have to use Waze on my cell phone or my old Garmin for accurate directions. You would think that RR would not have these issues but this is the worse car map service I have ever used. Please, please, please update this map with at least the version from 2017 so that the map will match the “update date”. Thank you.

brustiffer ,

Crude

I tried it one time and that was enough. Why bother if you can’t compete with Google or even Apple Maps. Default is walking. That’s nonsense for a car app. Shows two routes to my destination but I can’t see how to choose one. It’s chooses for me. The time is fairly close but it shows 51 miles to a location I know is 24 miles. I just looked at the last update time! Three years ago! That’s absolutely pathetic. Many of my apps get updated almost weekly and Land Rover can’t be bothered with an update in 3 years. I wanted an off-road vehicle with some nice styling but I will have to go back to Land Cruisers.

App Privacy

The developer, Land Rover, 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:

  • Contact Info
  • Identifiers

Data Not Linked to You

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

  • Location
  • Contact Info
  • Search History
  • Usage Data
  • Diagnostics

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

Supports

  • Family Sharing

    With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.

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