There is good news for you BlackBerry Bold Type 9900 and 9300. Now, the car of General Motors (GM) can be controlled via smart phones.
Smartphone applications can be controlled in a car. (Inautonews)
Reported by Inautonews, Friday, May 25, 2012, by adopting RemoteLink OnStar application, your Blackberry can be a car remote. Currently most users of these applications is the owner of the Chevrolet Cruze, Sonic and the Chevy Volt.
There is also a model GMC pickup. The plan, in 2013, there will be 31 variants of GM that can get this application.
“We accommodate customers who want the input of these applications can be used via the Blackberry. We immediately took steps to create a Blackberry version using HTML 5 technology,” said OnStar Development Director, Steve Schwinke. OnStar mobile applications first entered the automotive market in 2010.
At that time, the users of iPhone and Android smart phones can use OnStar to check out the rest of the application of fuel, air pressure in tires, unlock and lock the doors on their vehicles. One year later, OnStar adds features that allow customers to use smart phones to locate or send information directly into his car.