At this week’s New York International Auto Show three well-known automotive brands - Scion (a Toyota brand), Jeep and Dodge (both Chrysler brands) - announced that Aha will be coming to the dashboards of 2014 model year vehicles.
At CES way back in January, Aha announced a contract with Honda, a very exciting milestone for our team.
Today, Aha and Honda shared more details of that partnership as Honda unveiled HondaLinkTM, a new, personalized driving experience that streams a world of information and entertainment to Honda vehicles. The HondaLink system featuring Aha content will first roll out in the all-new 2013 Honda Accord later this year.
Greetings from CES in Las Vegas! The Aha team is busy making headlines and having fun demoing our first Aha integration in a Subaru BRZ. Here’s a link to the press release we issued this morning announcing that Aha will be in Subaru and Honda vehicles beginning in model year 2013.
We may be hard at work on the major overhaul that will come with versions 1.0 for Android and 2.0 for iOS (as glimpsed in this recent screenshot), but that doesn’t mean we can’t make some changes here and there for the existing iOS users.
It has been a pretty busy week. Last Thursday we announced a partnership with Slacker to bring their personalized radio service into cars via Aha (check out the coverage here).
If you’ve been keeping an eye on the news the last day you have probably seen that we have ourselves a new content partner … Slacker Personal Radio!
You are probably wondering why your App Store app is rocking the updates badge. You may be one of those people who likes to ignore it. Or maybe you wait until it hits double digits. Or maybe you are like my wife, and after 3 years of using an iPhone you still don’t think that updates matter.
You’ve probably noticed that an awful lot of the recent blog posts have been talking about using Aha with an integrated car stereo (like the Pioneer AVIC models), but we also know that not everyone is going to have the option to upgrade stereos just to use Aha. That’s why I’m dusting off a blog post from early last year that provides the down low scoop on how to hook up to just about any current stereo system.
I generally prefer to avoid tooting our own horn, so it’s especially satisfying when someone goes out of their way to toot it for us. That was the case this week with CarAudioMag.com’s review of the Pioneer AVIC-X930BT head unit (also known as one of the first head units to feature Aha Radio integration).