By American Honda Motor Co., Inc.
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For 2013 and 2014 vehicles equipped with HondaLink™. Honda owners in the US and Canada can reach a wide world of information, audio content, and customer services while on the go with the free HondaLink™ Aha™ app.
The HondaLink Aha app provides convenient access to cloud-based services right through the vehicle dashboard, allowing you to leave your phone tucked away while driving. With this app, HondaLink and Aha help turn your favorite Internet content into personalized, on-demand radio stations.
Get easy-to-use, unlimited access to select Internet content, including
- News/Sports/Talk Stations
- Music Stations of every variety
- Podcasts/Audio books
- Facebook and Twitter posts
- Location listings for nearby restaurants and coffee
- And more, with constantly evolving content.
- There are thousands of stations and choices available.
Note: Works in both standalone mode (for use when not driving) and when connected to Honda vehicles equipped with the HondaLink First Generation or Next Generation-ready technology. Compatible with iPhone 5, 5C and 5S model phones as of 12/4/2013. Requires registration with HondaLink and Aha as well as Bluetooth® HandsFreeLink® connection. Cable hardware requirements may apply. See handsfreelink.honda.com for more details.
Some stations use GPS for location-based content. Continued use of GPS running in the background can dramatically decrease battery life.
What's New in Version 3.1.0
Added regional support for Canada
Enhanced Nearby functionality for 2014 Civic vehicles with Display Audio
I use it everyday!
I use this app regularly and I enjoy it. I don't have any major issues with this app. Every once in a blue moon it might not connect in the car (i think it's more the car's fault - easy fix with an app restart), but otherwise it's been pretty seamless for me whether I am plugged into the car or using Bluetooth. I suspect the issues people are having are a combination of user error and not having the latest software update from the dealer. My only real gripe is that there is almost too much content to search through, and you can only select 16 stations to use in your car. If you want to change things up you have to make sure the car or Bluetooth is off.
Blowing it, Honda
The best part is buying a 100 dollar cable kit that I could buy at the store for sixty bucks. Opened that kit up and imagine the expression on my face as I realize I just got hosed. They don't even bother repackaging it, basically telling you, yeah, we got you. Tough.
Also, um, it doesn't work well. Normally I'd say in update will fix this, I'm thinking the next iOS update will make it worse. Stick with Bluetooth music, skip the cable crap, and ignore the map app option.
Awesome app! Almost too many choices (only kidding, not possible)! Works great on my Bluetooth and easy to navigate.
- Category: Utilities
- Updated: Dec 18, 2013
- Version: 3.1.0
- Size: 11.4 MB
- Languages: English, French, Japanese
- Seller: American Honda Motor Co., Inc.
- © 2013 American Honda Motor Co., Inc.
Compatibility: Requires iOS 6.1 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. This app is optimized for iPhone 5.