Rating
1.6 - Bad
Version
1.1.043
Downloads
625 K
Price
Free
Last updated on
10-03-2021


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"A safe driving companion app with amazing features "


Screenshots of Drive Link


Main Features of Drive Link

  1. App description: The APK mirrors the main Android functions on the car dashboard. This allows the user to accept/refuse calls, view maps, and play music via taps or voice command.
  2. Functions: The APK connects Android to the car's dashboard via MirrorLink. This allows the user to make/refuse calls, check the weather, calendar, maps, addresses, and play music.
  3. How to use: You can connect DriveLink via USB, but the car must support MirrorLink. Once installed on Android, the user has the option to create shortcuts for quick access to the main functions.
  4. Languages: English.
  5. Recommendations: For users who want to access Android while driving.
  6. Size: 38M
  7. Operating System: Android
  8. Developer:   Drive Link Team
  9. Price details: No in-app purchases required. Free
  10. Installation requirements: A minimum of 38M of free memory space and Android 4.1.4.3 or higher.

POSITIVE about Drive Link

  1. It consumes few Android resources.
  2. You can create shortcuts.
  3. The interface is easy to use.

NEGATIVE about Drive Link

  1. It is not compatible with all versions of Android.

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Danny

There are two nag screens

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Can't even get the app to open


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