Entune™ 3.0 App Suite Connect is a collection of mobile applications and data services integrated with select 2018-2020 Toyota vehicles. Once a smartphone is connected to the vehicle using Bluetooth® technology, features can be operated using touch or voice commands.
NOTE: Available applications within Toyota Entune™ 3.0 App Suite Connect may vary depending on your region. Apps and data services are subject to change at any time without notice. All images shown reflect applications and layout for the US version and may appear differently depending on your region.
Thank you for using Toyota Entune™ 3.0 App Suite Connect! This update includes the following improvements:
•Various minor updates, enhancements, and bug fixes
Ratings and Reviews
Longtime Camry Owner Disappointed!!!
When I lost my 2005 Camry in Hurricane Harvey, there was no doubt in my mind that a brand new Camry (2018 purchased in 2017!) was the way to go. Extensive research backed up my choice. For this price point, the Camry is the best, most reliable choice. So for someone who values dependability, safety, and long term performance above all other factors, the Entune System was a gigantic disappointment. Will not reconnect after a phone call. Frequently says “no network” or “Pandora error” when I have both network service and Pandora (if I resort to using the Pandora app on my phone). I can’t count the number of times I’ve had to disconnect and reconnect the app to force a connection as I leave for work in the morning, looking at my phone instead of the road. Toyota values safety so much it won’t show album artwork unless the car is in park, and yet it has given millions to Entune for what has become the most dangerous part of the car. A sound system with a touch screen and navigation is no longer an optional or “luxury” feature. It’s a reason to buy a different make of car. I should be thrilled with my new purchase, but instead I feel like I got a lemon. Entune made a worthless product, but Toyota bought it without investigating whether it was up to their standards. Are you listening, Toyota? Will you retrofit your 2018 customers or will you force someone who has never owned anything but a Camry to shop elsewhere?
Love the car, don’t have sufficient unfavorable words for Entune
I do love the car — it is a 2018 Toyota Camry SE, which replaced a 1982 Corolla. The 2018 Camry is fun to drive, surprisingly generates many compliments, and gets great mileage (35 mpg at 75 mph, 40 at 70 mph. I bought the car to replace a 2002 Camry with 250k miles on it, and was driving 120 miles a day to an assignment, so at the urging of my spouse, I upgraded the car. I did not upgrade the radio, no CD, and no Apple Play or a similar “functioning” system.
I had driven a Kia with Apple Play and thought surely Toyota would have something similarly functioning. Other than sitting in the middle of the dash, there are no real comparisons. It took hours to get Entune to recognize my new phone, and then it would not upload the contacts. It said it did, but nothing transferred. By not uploading the contacts, when it said it did, Entune would not let me manually enter in telephone numbers. Entune looks to connect by Bluetooth, even when connected to the USB port, generating lower volume for calls and content. And of course, replacing Entune with another system voids the warranty. Nice self-sealing logic. I love the car - just not Entune, and it is bad enough that I am looking to trade to a different vehicle, even moving away from my beloved Toyota - two different dealer representatives look at me with disbelief. It is the product and what it does (or doesn’t do), not the product label that generates value.
Very Very Bad Most frustrating app/service ever!
I know people start with sensational subject lines, but this is really true. I just bought a 2018 Toyota Camry, V6, fully loaded, and this app And this app and its connection to the car is so bad that I almost returned the car. If I could pull the radio out manually and throw it through the window of Toyota Motor Corporation‘s headquarters I would. It is absolutely awful. And I decided to write this review when I went to remotely start my car, I know it is a different app, but also Toyota, and now the remote start app is having trouble, so it won’t start, and we just had a snowstorm and I have ice and snow on my car. I know they say these are “first world problems “but I paid a lot of money for the car, and Toyota is one of the best car companies out there, and I just cannot believe that they messed up so badly with Toyota Entune and their other apps, and almost all electronics in the car. When I start my car if the radio is on very loud previously, the radio is blasting and I cannot lower it until everything loads in which is a minute or two. Doesn’t sound like a lot, but if someone is in the car that does not like loud or my music, I can’t lower the radio. Who designed all of this?
- Toyota Motor Sales, U.S.A., Inc.
- 18.7 MB
Requires iOS 11.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
- Age Rating
- Rated 4+
- This app may use your location even when it isn't open, which can decrease battery life.
- ©2017 Toyota
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.