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Entune™ App Suite is an in-car multimedia experience that keeps you and your Toyota connected.
Entune™ App Suite is a collection of popular applications and data services integrated with select 2012 and newer Toyota vehicles (excluding select 2018-present vehicles which use the Toyota App to connect vehicle to App Suite services). Entune™ App Suite is included with your vehicle, at no additional or annual charge. Once the phone is connected to the vehicle using Bluetooth® wireless technology, some services may be operated by voice recognition, depending on the capabilities of your vehicle. Entune™ App Suite for Prius Plug-in/Prime Hybrid Advanced model, RAV4 EV, and Mirai also includes Remote Charge Management, Charge/Hydrogen Station Locator, Remote Climate, Vehicle Finder and Eco Dashboard. Access to Prius Plug-in/Prime or EV apps requires an active Safety Connect® subscription. Please visit Toyota.com/safety-connect for details.

Always drive safely and obey traffic laws. Apps/services vary by phone carrier and are subject to change. Data charges may apply. See Toyota.com/entune for details.

What’s New

Version 1.29.86

Modification to the description

Ratings and Reviews

1.5 out of 5
3.7K Ratings

3.7K Ratings

Robert B Smithington ,

Fed Up, Uninstalled

I love my 2016 Tacoma, but the Entune App is terrible. Unusable, even. I finally got fed up and uninstalled it. Toyota couldn’t be bothered to make the app remember my login and password, so when the app booted me for no apparent reason (for what felt like the thousandth time), I had to pull over, look up the login and password, and type it in manually before pulling back into traffic and activating Pandora. Hundreds of other apps just let me use my fingerprint to log in, but not this one. I just want the convenience of Car Play, like so many other iPhone/new car combo owners get to enjoy. Things get even worse when trying to use Toyota’s inept version of Siri. She still has not successfully completed a set of voice instructions to provide directions or any other of the services she’s supposed to be able to provide, and I’ve owned the ‘16 Tacoma since ‘16. Appalling. Why do you hate us, Toyota? Why can’t you stick to what you do best- which is make great pickups, and let Apple stick to what they do best- design smooth user interface that pairs expertly with the latest technology? You could be giving us the best of both worlds, but instead you’re giving us great cars that place just between grocery store automatic checkout machine and Coco the gorilla on the smart user interface spectrum. Well-meaning, but far from expert. You can do better.

Bryan Wiley ,

Fed Up!

I have a 2017 Tacoma bought the end of that year and since I have owned it, I have loved everything about it......eeeeeexcept the 3600$ Entune Stereo. This is the most inept, under par, non functional piece of technology I have ever used in a vehicle. I have to continually connect and reconnect the application. I cannot change channels when the car is moving. The stereo reboots constantly, my phone disconnects and reconnects in the middle of phone calls, I now have 2 music apps both of which are garbage and on and on and on. I wouldn’t be upset if my issue was speaker related.. I could swallow that just because no car maker has ever put in a decent stereo system in a car. BUT if your going to tout a product that jacks the cost of the car nearly 4000$ and then have that product no better than a 49$ piece you by at a pawn shop you have got issues. This is my first Toyota. I want to keep it stock. I really don’t want to put another stereo head unit in this car. Just for thinking about this, Toyota has made me feel ripped off. That 4000$ could have gone to lift kit for the vehicle and rims and tires but instead I have something that flat doesn’t work. I am really disappointed. This being my first Toyota experience, this part is REALLY disappointing.

SMU Control ,

A constant irritant

Entune in my 2017 Highlander is bad enough, but this app makes it even worse (if that’s possible). It caches your credentials (good) and tries to log in every time you start your car (uh, ok I guess...but why?). Unfortunately, if it can’t log in for any reason (like your phone has no signal in the parking garage or a rural area), it throws your credentials away and makes you re-enter them. Which, of course, you you can’t BECAUSE YOU HAVE NO SIGNAL!! It also jumps to the foreground and pushes useful apps, like Google Maps to the background.

When it is connected, it doesn’t do much. You can stream Pandora, but it’s so clunky it’s easier just to use Bluetooth to stream through the app on my phone. Facebook Locations? Does anyone actually use that? Movie listings? Easier on the phone. Basically, anything that you can do through Entune is easier directly through your phone.

So - love my 2017 Toyota Highlander. Already have 40,000 miles on it and it’s not even two years old. But in 2019, when I have 60,000 miles and it’s time for a new one, I’ll be looking hard at the Honda Pilot (which has CarPlay) unless Entune has been replaced.

App Privacy

The developer, Toyota Motor Sales, U.S.A., Inc., 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 Not Linked to You

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

  • Location
  • Contact Info
  • User Content
  • Search History
  • Identifiers
  • 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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