The MyHyundai app makes getting information about your Hyundai vehicle easier than ever. The MyHyundai app allows you to access owner resources, schedule service or connect to your Bluelink enabled vehicle from your phone. Bluelink technology enables and empowers you while you are on the go, giving you access to your Bluelink features from your office, at home, or just about anywhere.

Access the app with your ID, password and PIN to take advantage of Bluelink’s Remote features. Log in and send commands conveniently using Touch ID and Face ID. An active Bluelink subscription is required to use Bluelink features in the app. To renew or upgrade to either Remote or Guidance, please visit

An active Bluelink Remote Package (R) or Guidance Package (G) subscription is required to access select features. Feature support varies by vehicle model. Please visit to check what Bluelink features your vehicle supports.

With the MyHyundai app you can:
• Remotely start your vehicle (R)
• Remotely unlock or lock the door (R)
• Start your vehicle with saved presets you customize (R)
• View charging status, manage charging schedules and settings (EV and PHEV vehicles only) (R)
• Learn more about key features with user tutorials
• Remotely activate the horn and lights (R)
• Search and send Points of Interest to your vehicle (G)
• Access saved POI History (G)
• Make a Car Care service appointment
• Access Bluelink Customer Care
• Find your car (R)
• Access maintenance information and other convenient features.
• Check Vehicle Status (supported on select 2015MY+ vehicles)
• Access vehicle features with four phone widgets for Remote Features, Parking Meter, POI search and Ioniq EV vehicle

MyHyundai app also supports Apple Watch. Use voice commands or the smartwatch app menu to access select features.
With MyHyundai for Apple Watch you can:
• Remotely start your vehicle (R)
• Remotely unlock or lock the door (R)
• Remotely activate the horn and lights (R)
• Find your car (R)
*Note: Active Bluelink subscription and Bluelink equipped vehicle with capabilities required.

The MyHyundai app asks for the following device permissions as needed:
• Camera: For adding driver and profile pictures
• Contacts: To select from phone contacts when sending secondary driver invites
• Location: For map and location functionality throughout the app
• Phone: For placing calls when tapping on buttons or links to call
• Files: For saving PDFs or other downloaded documents to the device
• Notifications: To allow push notification messages from the app
• Touch ID/Face ID: For enabling fingerprint and/or face recognition functionality

Disclaimer: Feature support varies by vehicle model. Please visit to check what Bluelink features your vehicle supports.

What’s New

Version 4.3.1

• Fixed an issue with re-enabling Face ID and Touch ID for MyHyundai PIN
• Improved Message Center experience to support hyperlinks
• Fixed UI issue on Charge Schedules screen
• Other bug fixes and improvements

Ratings and Reviews

4.7 out of 5
85.5K Ratings

85.5K Ratings

em06789 ,

Patience is a Virtue

The remote start feature works fine for me. It usually takes around 30 seconds but it has taken up to 2 minutes before. It is fairly consistent, and this includes in a parking garage where I don’t even get cell service! It’s not meant to be used for you to show off to your friends by starting your car while walking to it. You need to plan ahead and give it enough time to start and actually warm up / cool off. I usually start it 5-10 minutes before I expect to leave. I know the lights flashing can bother some people, but it’s helpful in alleviating unnecessary traffic in crowded parking lots and busy street parking by letting other drivers know that despite the car being on, there are no immediate plans to move and they shouldn’t wait for the spot. The app updates frequently, but I’ve noticed multiple improvements since originally downloading it. Overall I’m very pleased with it considering I’m coming from a vehicle without any remote features at all.

DJMacBert ,

Nice app

I bought a Hyundai Kona EV and got free Blue Link for 2 years. At first the app was in my opinion substandard and I didn’t care for it. I used it because it was the only app available for the functions offered by Blue Link.
The updates recently made a significant difference in the enjoyability of the app. The car picture now is the same color as the model I purchased which is a big deal for me.
The available information displayed on the main screen is presented in a more intuitive fashion and takes full advantage of the screen area of the newer iPhones although it is a bit crowded on the 6 and 7. The POI search feature is prominent but is not as useful as the prominence implies. It covers part of the car picture when the app starts. I would remove it or make it available as an option.
The other complaint i had was updating information on the app screen. It doesn’t automatically get the status when you launch the app and you have to request current status which I think should be a higher priority unless the app has been running in background. But if you are just launching it should automatically request current status immediately.
Anyway the app has made huge strides in user friendliness and I am grateful that they are responsive to the user experience feedback and I am much happier with this app.

poisonpop ,

Garbage app, Hyundai should be ashamed

It’s hard for me to put into words just how much I hate this app. If I didn’t have to use this app I would delete and try to forgery the horrific user experience. Unfortunately, Hyundai has decided to make key features, like setting charging timers, only available in the app. This absolutely should be available to be set in car. Why isn’t it? Are they actually driving user to this app?!?

The app takes a long time to load (like 30-60 seconds) and every time you make a change to a setting, be prepared to wait again. The vast majority of the time using this app is spent watching the loading animation. If waiting was the only problem, that would simply make the app irritating, however, in addition to waiting, you are treated to frequent errors that tell you that what you are trying to do can not be done at the moment. But the absolute soul-crushing part of the entire experience is that even after many many attempts on several days and finally believing that the charging timer was set, I realized while charging my car, that the timer was in fact not set. Trudging into the app yet again, I realized that the times I set were defaulting to AM instead of the PM times I had previously set. So, after several more attempt, several more errors, several minutes of spinning loading animations, I have resigned to the fact that I cannot set a timer for my car. I legitimately wish I had not purchased the Hyundai. This app is that bad.

App Privacy

The developer, Hyundai Motor America, 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
  • User Content
  • Usage Data
  • Diagnostics

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


  • Family Sharing

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

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