iPhone Users Can Now Project Waze On Their Ford Dashboards

While CarPlay and Android Auto are some of the options that car owners have today, more often than not we see carmakers use their own infotainment systems. Sometimes these infotainment systems come with a built-in navigation app, but the only downside to such apps is that they arenít always connected, which means that updated routes, changes to roads, traffic, and so on arenít taken into consideration.This is where mobile navigation apps such as Waze shine, and the good news for Ford owners with an iPhone is that together with Waze, iPhone users will now be able to project their aps on the built-in displays on Ford dashboards, with Waze being the focus in this particular announcement.All this requires is the SYNC AppLink, a connected iPhone, the latest version of Waze, and iOS 11.3 or later. Waze itself will continue to run on the iPhone, but microphone and touch controls have been moved over to the car. This means that users wonít need to fiddle around with their phones while they drive and can instead rely

iPhone Users Can Now Project Waze On Their Ford Dashboards

While CarPlay and Android Auto are some of the options that car owners have today, more often than not we see carmakers use their own infotainment systems. Sometimes these infotainment systems ...

Thu 17 May 18 from Ubergizmo

Waze for iOS is finally coming to Ford cars

After announcing that t was coming at CES and showing us a beta version in late January, Ford is finally rolling out Waze integration with its SYNC 3 infotainment system. iOS users ...

Thu 17 May 18 from The Verge

Waze's traffic data is available in Ford Sync 3 cars

You now have a simple way to put Waze on car's screen -- if you have the right phone and the right car. As promised back at CES, iPhone owners can now project the crowdsourced ...

Thu 17 May 18 from Engadget

Ford launches Waze compatibility for Sync 3 - Roadshow

Ford owners can now control Waze right through their infotainment systems.

Thu 17 May 18 from CNET Cutting Edge

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