The Car Connectivity Consortium (CCC), announced that the new Samsung Galaxy Note 4 and Galaxy Note Edge are MirrorLink-enabled. They also announced apps that work with MirrorLink.
MirrorLink-enabled apps that were on display at the Paris auto show include:
- Audioteka – audiobook app.
- BringGo – premium, turn-by-turn navigation app for over 80 countries and in more than 30 languages.
- Coyote – pan-European, community-based, multi-platform Driving Assistant Service,
- Glympse –location-sharing technology that allows drivers to use their car’s display to share their real-time movements with anyone they choose, including estimated time of arrival (ETA), on a dynamic map.
- miRoamer – digital media platform for internet radio and music entertainment.
- Parkopedia – allows drivers to find parking in over 6,000 cities across 50 countries
- Sygic – offline navigation app
The CCC is dedicated to cross-industry collaboration in developing MirrorLink global standards and solutions for smartphone and in-vehicle connectivity.
MirrorLink claims to be the only OS- and OEM-agnostic standard for car-smartphone connectivity. It enables the head unit to mirror what is on the iPhone, iPad or Android device.