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TOYOTA ENTUNE AUDIO

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Toyota Entune infotainment services offers a high level of in-car connectedness and is available in most Toyota vehicles.
You’ll find traveling easier than ever. And, you’ll find new favorite spots in your local neighborhood.

Toyota Entune App Capabilities

–    Pandora – Create and enjoy
playlists.
–    Open  Table – Locate restaurants serving the cuisine you’re
craving and make reservations
–    iHeartRadio – Access 750-plus stations
nationwide
–    Bing – Get answers to your search queries, fast

Toyota Entune Complimentary Data Service

–    Fuel Guide
–    Stocks
–    Sports Traffic
–    Weather
Toyota Entune is quite versatile.You’ll never be caught with delays from traffic congestion again. And if you’re stuck at a
standstill, you can use the time to check tomorrow’s weather, make that 7:30
dinner reservation, or enjoy some great song selections.

To Start Using Toyota Entune, All You Have To Do Is

  • Register your Entune account online
  • Link your existing apps to Entune and download the Entune app from
    the online store serving your smartphone brand  (i.e., iTunes, Blackberry
    Appworld, or Android Market).
  • After your smartphone is integrated with the new
    Toyota car via Bluetooth, the apps may be easily accessed through a mix of
    in-car controls and voice recognition.

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    TOYOTA ENTUNE APP-ROAD STRATEGY

    Tuesday, April 5th, 2011
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    Toyota Entune

    Toyota Entune App is putting Bing, Pandora, and OpenTable on wheels, in action,and its looking  like it could be pretty good. Making a dinner reservation while driving there sounds pretty good.

    The Entune dash uses your phone as a sort of modem, pulling in data for its apps via 3G, and then shuttling it over to the car with Bluetooth. Bing web results (and corresponding map directions) seem snappy enough. Pandora radio is also a nice touch, for when FM reception is driving you nuts.

    For those choked up on any safety issues that touch interface might present, Entune does compensate by including some voice recognition support. The interface  running on Toyota software is clean and should require just few taps to go from main menu to driving directions.

    As great as this seems, I’m staring at my iPad and can’t help but think though that it might be easier, better, and far cheaper just to have a car stereo shop stick an iPad in the dash…

    Toyota has not been specific on cost and what models will have the entune option first.