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Pioneer Announces AppRadioLIVE
Pioneer Electronics (USA) Inc. today announced the launch of AppRadioLIVE. Developed by Pioneer, AppRadioLIVE is a proprietary new app for users of Pioneer’s AppRadio enabled in-dash receivers. The app aggregates content from popular music, events, traffic, weather and news sources through an interactive user interface to provide access to personalized information while in the vehicle. The AppRadioLIVE app is available for the latest iPhone devices and is compatible with all current and past Pioneer AppRadio products as well as 2013 and 2014 audio video and navigation receiver models featuring AppRadio Mode.
With the app running on a compatible iPhone connected to an AppRadio or AppRadio Mode in-dash receiver, users have access to various third party services directly on the Pioneer touchscreen. By combining these services into a single app, AppRadioLIVE eliminates the need to open different apps individually to access content. The dynamic home screen of AppRadioLIVE provides an interactive interface divided into quadrants consisting of maps, music, news information, and calendar events. By selecting one of the quadrants, the driver can bring the necessary information into focus with a full screen view.
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