Honda has officially launched Honda Connect app for the Wear OS watches. At the launch event of the Honda Citi e-HEV car in India, the company mentioned launching its official app for smartwatches. In the official trailer of the car, the company revealed many advanced features for the smartwatch. We have now downloaded the Honda Connect app on Galaxy Watch 4 and can see all those cool features. With the app, you can now control your supported Honda car from the smartwatch, which terminates the need for a phone.
The app lets you share your location, check car status, get help, and do remote operations. From the app, you can check headlights, fog lights, doors locked, doors closed, windows closed, boots closed and rooftop closed. In remote operations, you can lock or unlock doors, turn on or off AC, open or close the boot, and check the headlights. Also, it tells you where you have parked the car and lets you share your live location. In an emergency, you can get help and you can also fit SOS numbers.
The smartwatch app also sends you notifications about your car status and alerts you. To use the app on your smartwatch, you have to first log in to the smartphone app.
On a smartwatch, you can sign in with a registered mobile number or with a login code. You can download the Honda Connect app from the Play Store. Other car companies Kia, Suzuki, MG & Nissan already have their official apps for Wear OS.
Source: Honda Connect App