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Hyundai’s Blue Link Now Supports Remote Start, Unlocking With Android Wear Smartwatches

BlueLink App (promotional photo)
BlueLink App (promotional photo)

Brandon Hill, HOTHARDWIRE.COM

 

(HotHardwire.com)—If you were a fan of the 80s TV show Knight Rider, Hyundai hopes to bring up some old memories with the newest update for its cloud-based Blue Link telecommunications package. Blue Link allows Hyundai owners to perform a variety of tasks from a smartphone app including remote start and locking/unlocking doors.

At CES 2015, Hyundai will launch a new Blue Link app that will be compatible with Android Wear-based smartwatches. The app communicates with the Blue Link mobile app on your smartphone using via Bluetooth and gives Hyundai owners the ability to access Blue Link functions from anywhere in the U.S. as long as they have an Internet connection.

 

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