Waze is a handy application for motorists to reach the destinations in the shortest route. The problem is they may struggle to check the directions while being behind the wheel holding their phones, which is perilous. Ford owners must be relieved to hear from the car manufacturer that SYNC 3-equipped Ford vehicles now can visualize the navigation app on their display screens.
How to do this? You will simply use a USB cable to connect your phone to the car and turn on the app opting for the AppLink feature. Even more interestingly, you not only can hear Waze’s instructions out from the speakers but also give voice commands.
Waze is handy for motorists to reach the quickest destinations
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So this means all variants of the Expedition, Mustang, Explorer, and Ranger Wildtrak along with the Titanium and Trend of the Everest midsize SUV will have their Waze displayed on the screen.
Ford’s Connected product and vehicle platform Executive Director Don Butler believes they are embarking on making it easier for users by allowing them to access their services, smartphone apps, and features without holding the devices with their own hands.
We are positive that this leading tech will give other auto brands much thought and soon bring it in their own models.
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