By OnStar, LLC
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OnStar RemoteLink keeps you connected to your vehicle so you can remotely control your vehicle features all from your Apple devices.
You’ll need your OnStar.com username and password to login. Forgot yours? Retrieve either at: onstar.com/login
Brand-new features plus a new user interface mean you can do amazing things because you drive a vehicle connected by OnStar:
Send remote commands to the vehicle
- Remote start/stop vehicle
- Remote lock/unlock car doors
- Remote horn & lights/cancel horn & lights
View vehicle status
- Monitor fuel level and economy
- Check oil life and tire pressure (if equipped)
- Retrieve electric vehicle-specific data (battery charging status & options)
Map and plan trips
- Pinpoint vehicle location
- Search for destinations
- Send directions to vehicle through OnStar Turn-by-Turn Navigation or in-dash navigation system (if equipped)
Manage the OnStar Wi-Fi® hotspot (if equipped)
- Turn hotspot ON/OFF and view or change hotspot name and password
- View the status of the vehicle’s data package
View important information about your OnStar account including:
- OnStar account details
- Available Hands-Free Calling minutes
- Preferred dealer information
- OnStar Advisor
- Roadside Assistance
An active OnStar account is required to use RemoteLink. Some features require paid subscription. Features may vary by vehicle. For a list of supported vehicles, please visit onstar.com/remotelink.
What's New in Version 2.0.3
• Use Location only while using the app, reducing battery consumption
• Improved accessibility on Map screen, compatibility with iOS Voice-Over
• Improvements to make “Keep Me Signed In” functionality more reliable
• User optimizations
• Bug fixes
Mildly better than its crappy former self
First and foremost: Stop clamoring about how this is a "free" app. It's not. You might download IT for free but you pay GM/OnStar a PREMIUM for access to their services in your car and on this mediocre app. That being said, I expect way more for what I paid for my 2014 vehicle and in monthly charges. So no, I'm not here to cry about how my old car doesn't have compatibility. In the original marketing materials, GM chose to advertise the features of OnStar available and touted the iPhone app being a huge part of the new features. The new UI is nicer but the fonts are frighteningly small on even on the magnified res iPhone6. This is especially the case on the remote denoting the car has been started. Why is it microscopic!!! Hate that I have to hit a button and answer "send route to vehicle" four different times before it actually happens. Unfortunately, there are still times where the app says the car can't be started remotely while it's parked in exactly the same place each time. Coincidentally, this happened on THE three coldest days this winter. Thanks GM!
Works but cumbersome and slow
I like the features in the RemoteLink App. Specifically being able to check Fuel, Oil, and tire pressures, and downloading directions are all neat features. Remote start was the selling point for me since I am generally blocks away from where I am parked. However, the system is slow and the interface requires several screens to navigate through to perform the action I want to take. Also, I have two different trucks and I frequently change back and forth. For me, being able to efficiently switch back and forth would be a major plus at the key fob screen rather than exiting all the way back to the accounts menu. I also keep my phone locked at all times, so me being able to control the password/PIN requirement within the app would be much better.
Awful upgrade and the worst map app ever
I love my caddy - i hate the "upgraded app" I use the app to download directions from phone to my car. The original app was decent as it used Bing maps but this new map program SCOUT is a kiddy program. I enter in the name of the location and half the time it doesn't find it. I then go to Google maps, enter the same name and the address pops right up. If Scout does find it the map display is childlike. It takes multiple tries to get the directions to load on the nav screen.
If Cadillac wants to upgrade its vehicle technology, why doesnt it do the same for the suppliers it contracts with . Having satellite view alternate routes depending on traffic conditions in the App map would also be useful. I now have an iphone stand on my dash and use googlemaps instead of the cadillac Cue Screen.
I use remote start rarely because by the time it activates i'm usually arrive at my car.
The fee's are outrageous - at the time of upgrade the packages changed and so did the fees.
- Category: Lifestyle
- Updated: Mar 30, 2015
- Version: 2.0.3
- Size: 17.1 MB
- Languages: English, French, German, Spanish
- Seller: OnStar, LLC
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Compatibility: Requires iOS 7.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. This app is optimized for iPhone 5.