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Android Auto gives you the option to listen to music, make phone calls, get directions and use car-adapted apps from an Android device. Android Auto works with selected Android devices.
Volvo provides a wide selection of services, apps and programs that you can use in your car.
CarPlay gives you the option to listen to music, make phone calls, get directions, send/receive messages and use Siri, all while you stay focused on your driving.
Google Local Search
Using the Google Local Search app you can search for restaurants, hotels and petrol stations and a lot more along your route directly in Volvo's centre display.
Record & Send
Record & Send is an in-car app that allows you to record personal voice messages and send them to a selected recipient.
You can use the Spotify app in your Volvo to listen to music when the car has an Internet connection.
TuneIn is a radio app that can be used when the car has an Internet connection. TuneIn offers over 100,000 global live radio stations from all continents and over two million on-demand programmes (e.g. podcasts, concerts and interviews).
The Internet radio service TuneIn has several different functions. You can, for example, play local radio, add favourites to radio stations or create shortcuts to radio stations if you prefer. This article describes how you use these services and how you access them from your car.
The Weather app provides you with weather information in the car's local area or in a selected location. Weather can only be used if the car is equipped with Sensus Navigation.
Using the WikiLocations app, you can read Wikipedia articles that are related to your car's position and destination.
You can use the Yelp app to find local companies (e.g. restaurants or shops) and can read other users' ratings and reviews of companies near to you. Yelp can only be used if the car is fitted with both Sensus Connect and Sensus Navigation.
The car's general status can be shown in the centre display along with the opportunity to book service.
Several of the car's systems can be updated from the centre display with an online car.