“MyMazda” Service App Now Available for Both Android and iPhone

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  1. xcel

    xcel PZEV, there's nothing like it :) Staff Member

    [​IMG]Car locator, Road side assistance, service offers and schedule maintenance.

    [fimg=right]http://www.cleanmpg.com/photos/data/501/MyMazda.jpg[/fimg]Wayne Gerdes - CleanMPG - March 13, 2012

    Android based “MyMazda” service application is ready to download and use.

    Mazda announced that its "MyMazda" Service app is now available for download at the Google Play Store, formerly known as the Android Market.

    "MyMazda," already available on iTunes provided Mazda owners with real-time information about their vehicle. The free “MyMazda” app provides easy access to service offers personalized to their vehicle, scheduled maintenance reminders, factory maintenance schedules and other information about their vehicle in one simple app.

    Since Android is the world's No.1 smartphone operating system, the "MyMazda" app is now available to Mazda using a Google OS based Android phone. The app features the ability to scan vehicle identification numbers (VINs) when adding new vehicles to the application, making the app set-up and personalization process effortless. Mazda owners can update their contact information and upload personal vehicle photos for each vehicle they register.

    Using the vehicle locator feature, locating your vehicle such as in a large parking lot, has become even more convenient using the “MyMazda” app. Owners can now add photos to the vehicle locator feature, ensuring a quick return to their vehicle utilizing GPS and visual cues in the photos.

    Additionally, the "MyMazda" app is linked with the “Mazda Assist” app that can help Mazda drivers obtain immediate roadside assistance. The app puts drivers directly in touch with a roadside assistance agent who can quickly dispatch reliable and professional roadside assistance to the vehicle's exact location via GPS-enabled technology, anytime. Drivers are given estimated time of arrival (ETA) and Service Provider information throughout the roadside event.

    The “Mazda Assist” app is free download and available on both iTunes and the Google Play Store.
    Last edited: Mar 13, 2012

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