Winegard - Connected 4+


Designed for iPad

    • 1.4 • 125 Ratings
    • Free



Winegard® creates connectivity while on the road, at home, and on the water by connecting to your Winegard products using our Winegard Connected app.

Installation and setup of your Winegard product is quick and easy with the help of our app.

Overall Features:
- Connect to all your compatible Winegard products in one app
- Update product software
- Access product manuals and support
- Locate Winegard dealers
- Perform an internet speed test
- Register your Winegard products
- Access your Winegard account
- Support for Trav'ler 2

Winegard ConnecT, Extreme, and Gateway Features:
- Set up your system with your smartphone or tablet, no need for a browser
- Purchase data (LTE capable systems only)
- Scan and switch to available WiFi networks
- View remaining Winegard LTE data, signal strength, network info
- Find My RV, Truck, or Boat (GPS capable systems only)

Winegard Pro Series Antennas and Amplifiers, Winegard Pure TV Pro Series Antennas and Amplifiers Features:
- View HDTV network and channel list in your area
- Use Bluetooth® connected HDTV signal meter
- Maximize signal strength with visual and audio indicators
- Fine-tune individual channels

More products and features coming soon!

Winegard Company designs and manufactures terrestrial and satellite video and data antenna products and accessories for residential and mobile applications. Since its incorporation in 1953, Winegard has designed more than 1,000 antenna models and been granted over 80 U.S. patents. The company's heritage includes recognition by NASA for contributions to the Apollo 11 mission and the induction of founder John Winegard into the Consumer Electronics Association Hall of Fame. Winegard's superior antenna design and manufacturing facilities total 410,000 sq. ft. and include a state of the art testing, validation and measurement center. The company's unmatched in-house and vertically integrated capabilities support its accelerated product design and development cycle.

Winegard creates connectivity.

What’s New

Version 2.1

Added support for Travler 2 Shaw functionality.

Ratings and Reviews

1.4 out of 5
125 Ratings

125 Ratings

badsName ,

The worst app on my phone

Unfortunately this app is required to configure the device. It never has been a great experience, but managed to do the job. Now I’m locked out of my device and in a constant loop where I authenticate, turn WiFi on to connect to the device, obviously lose internet connectivity since my ToGo device isn’t connected, and then get prompted for my password for the app. I need to turn of WiFi to be able to authenticate so that I have internet, do that and get thrown back into the same loop. Seems like Wineguard / ToGo doesn’t really care about this product and that they would’ve been better off never selling it. HORRIBLE experience, wish I could get a refund.

I_Give_Up ,

Speed Test

You decide.
This is more a review of the router in the TOGO Roadlink C2. I did the following comparisons using the AT&T 4G and the WIFI connections. All speed tests were done using Ookla speed test on an iPhone XS.
1. First at home.
Roadlink 4G = 15+ Mbps
Xfinity at home = 500+ Mbps
Roadlink WIFI connected to Xfinity at home = 15+ Mbps. (Comment - are you kidding me)

2. First test on the road in Chandler AZ.
Roadlink 4G = 10+ Mbps
Verizon MIFI Hotspot = 10+ Mbps
Roadlink connected to Verizon MIFI hotspot = 3+ Mbps. (Comment - are you kidding me)

3. Same location as test #2 working with the RV parks internet service.
RV park = 7+ Mbps
Roadlink connected to RV park internet = 4+ Mbps

No matter how much signal strength may be improved the router in the Roadlink is going to seriously hurt you.

In the middle of nowhere, about 10 miles south of Nothing AZ, if you know where that is, between Vegas and Phoenix, I got nothing from AT&T on the Roadlink. I fired up the Verizon MIFI and registered 45+ Mbps. AT&T has always lacked presents in remote area. Therefore combining the subpar performance of the Roadlink with the poor service of AT&T we as the customer are taking it in the wallet while Thor and AT&T are taking it to the bank.

Final note. Though the app has its clunky aspects to it; it does get the job done. It is definitely not for the less tech literate person.

You decide!

Rippin187 ,

Why Is Everyone So Angry?

I don’t understand why people are calling this app horrendous. The UI is easy to navigate and functional. I did my initial setup for the ConnecT 2.0 4G2 totally on the app with no issues. I also haven’t had any problems using the app while camping. Switching from WiFi to 4G LTE cellular is very easy with the app. I even registered my device with Winegard on the app. What else does everyone want lol? The version of the app at the time of this review works just fine.

App Privacy

The developer, Winegard, 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
  • User Content
  • Identifiers

Data Not Linked to You

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

  • Location
  • User Content
  • Diagnostics

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

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