Nissan LEAF App Enters Android Market to Delight of CARWINGS Users Everywhere

Nissan North America, Inc. released a free Nissan LEAF app into the Android Market last week which helps users keep a close eye on their beloved vehicle. Features include the ability to track battery charge, toggle charging and climate control, and view estimated driving range. The application runs on any Android device with 2.1 or higher and is free to install. Users must have an active CARWINGS subscription in order for the app to fully work.

Read on to see a quick gallery of the Nissan LEAF application.  If you own one of these cars, you’ll also find download links!

 

[app]com.aqsmartphone.android.nissan[/app]

Via: Press Release

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2 Comments

  1. 5Media FRT
    August 11, 06:48 Reply

    This service is reliable and will not deliver any disrupted information to the users! This is yet another plus point for the Blackberry smartphone and Android users http://radiomobiletech.com/news/news-news/nissan-launches-leaf-app-for-android-and-blackberry-smartphones.html

  2. Rui Ramalhete
    August 17, 14:21 Reply

    Unfortunately this application is not yet available in Europe, specifically in Portugal :(.

    I don’t understand why it’s taking so long to become available here.

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