HondaLink makes your Android smartphone to do more in the car

HondaLink makes your Android smartphone to do more in the car

Without any doubts, Honda is one of the leading car brands in the world and they are actually one of the brands that believes in innovation. Honda is planning to introduce HondaLink in their new 2013 Honda Accord, and it comes with a lot of surprises for all the Android users out there. Honda has teamed up with Aha by Harman to provide music, podcasts, news, Twitter and Facebook feeds. Also there’s Pandora and voice-to-text SMS feature, and you will be able to connect your smartphone with it over Bluetooth and be able to control everything the way you want. Have a look on the video:

[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pSAvKxrp-p0[/youtube]

A nice innovation by Honda in the world of cars. Anyway, tell us what do you think about this in the comment box below.

Source: Honda

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4 Comments

  1. bigsexy808
    July 23, 15:17 Reply

    and ford did there’s before honda and toyota..

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