New Potato Technologies launched the TuneLink Auto [app]cessory for Android, allowing drivers to link their Android device to a car stereo via either auxiliary input or FM transmitter, and enjoy music and audio content from their smartphone.
TuneLink Auto connects to the 12-volt in-car accessory outlet, offering easy “PLUG IT, PAIR IT, PLAY IT, SHARE IT!” setup. It can work with both default Android music player, as well as third-party music apps like Pandora. In other words, TuneLink Auto works with stored AND streaming audio content.
The built-in FM transmitter is said to be “best-in-class,” featuring Speedtune capability that allows users to simply press a button within the TuneLink app to identify the station with the highest quality FM playback based on their location. Moreover, the Speedtune FM database ensures a seamless FM transmitter experience for users in the U.S., Canada, Australia, and most of Europe. In vehicles with auxiliary audio input, TuneLink can be connected directly to the car’s sound system for an even better sound.
Finally when in the “Share” mode, multiple Android device users can connect to TuneLink and play their music through the same car speakers.
The TuneLink [app]cessory for Android is available for $99.99 from New Potato Technologies’ website and will hit select retail locations nationwide starting in mid-February.