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!
It's a waste of time and space on your phone!!
The only thing this app is good for is to lock/unlock my doors and sounding the horn. The cars status is incorrect and doesn't update unless I delete the app and start over. It says I have 71 miles until empty on gas right now. I just filled my tank up last night. It says my miles are lower than they actually are. The tire pressure is so far off its pathetic. And it says these values were collected from my last drive. Total crap because I drive it everyday and it has a date that was 3 days ago. The map service is crap. I had to press send route 4 times because it kept giving me an error. I gave up. And then about an hour after I gave up and my phone was in my pocket, my onstar navigation started after I figured out where I was going and I was 10 minutes away from where I wanted to go. If you're going to charge me for having onstar then at least use the money to make the app work correctly. I can lock/unlock my car from my key fob.
This has to be one of the worst apps out there. By reading other reviews, I see I'm not alone. Started in Dec. 14. Had a 2012 Volt. Text alerts you would get after a full charge quit. Called Onstar and they said they were working on a "fix". Well now it's May of 2015 and I have a 2015 Volt. And guess what? Having the same problem. I have called Onstar 10 times in the last month since getting my 2015 and have been told the system has been reset, wait 3-5 days for messages to come back. Case has been escalated to a senior tech 3 times with no success. In reading the reviews, some owners don't have a problem, but the majority do. They are the lucky ones. The bad part of this, I work at a Chevrolet dealership as a Service Consultant. It is hard for me to tell my customers the benefits of having Onstar when I am having my concern for the last five months and all the Onstar people can say they are sorry for the inconvenience. No resolve of this for the foreseeable future. What a waste.
- Category: Lifestyle
- Updated: Mar 30, 2015
- Version: 2.0.3
- Size: 17.1 MB
- Languages: English, French, German, Spanish
- Seller: OnStar, LLC
- © 2010 - 2015 OnStar, LLC. All Rights Reserved.
Compatibility: Requires iOS 7.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. This app is optimized for iPhone 5.