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How to Customize CarPlay and Unlock Hidden Secrets

Get the most out of CarPlay with these tips

Apple CarPlay is not an app as it is an interface you use to access certain features of your iPhone through your car’s infotainment system. Using an iPhone with iOS 14 or iOS 13, it’s easy to customize CarPlay with apps and rearrange apps on the CarPlay screen.

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What’s new with CarPlay?

CarPlay can be controlled by the voice assistant Siri. Siri makes phone calls, reads your text messages, sends your dictated replies, and adds events to your calendar. CarPlay is also designed to work with every car’s existing knobs, buttons and touchscreen, and includes an app for your car that takes you back to the home screen with just a touch.

CarPlay Dashboard iPhone comes with Music, Maps, Messages, and Calendar apps and supports additional apps that you can choose to use with CarPlay.

One of the best things about CarPlay is the ability to customize it.

Apps compatible with CarPlay

Apple makes it easy to install apps: select them on your iPhone and they’ll appear on your CarPlay screen. If you are using more than eight apps, you can proceed to the next screen as you would on your iPhone. Apps available for CarPlay include:

  • Music apps: You are not limited to Apple Music. It supports alternatives such as CarPlay, Spotify, YouTube Music, Tidal, and the Amazon Music app. You can listen to your music wherever it is. You can also stream music from Radio Disney.
  • radio apps: Sirius XM Radio, CBS Radio News, iHeartRadio and Pandora let you listen to real radio stations or create your own personalized radio stations. Do you have a favorite local station? Check if it has an app. Many radio stations migrate to the App Store.
  • Podcast apps: If you’re a podcast addict, you’re not limited to the Apple Podcasts app. Some of the podcast player apps available are Overcast, Downcast, Pocket Casts, and Stitcher.
  • News apps: There are a few great apps for fixing your news on your daily commute. NPR One was designed with commuters in mind. The Stitcher podcast reader does double duty as it pulls together news from multiple publishers, and the MLB app is a must-have for baseball fans.
  • audio books: In addition to the audiobooks available through iBooks, you can also install the Audible or Audiobooks app.
  • Messaging apps: Whether you prefer the Apple Messages app or WhatsApp Messenger, CarPlay has you covered.
  • Navigation: In addition to Apple Maps, you can use Waze, Google Maps or Sygic.

How to customize the CarPlay screen

You customize the CarPlay screen on iPhone. Adding and removing apps is easy, and you can do it anytime on your iPhone, even when CarPlay isn’t active. Here’s how:

Open iPhone Settings.

Faucet General.

Faucet car game.

Select your vehicle for car-specific settings.

Faucet Personalize.

Utilize plus sign (+) or Minus sign () to add or remove apps.

Tap and drag apps to change the order in which they appear on the CarPlay screen.

The next time your iPhone is connected to CarPlay in your car, the changes will be transferred.

CarPlay Hidden Tricks and Secrets

Using CarPlay is simple. Turning it on is as easy as connecting your iPhone to your car, and the interface is similar to your smartphone. Here are some hidden secrets that you don’t encounter in CarPlay.

Build a radio station

Create a station when you want to hear more music similar to the song you’re listening to. You can create a radio station from the current song by tapping the three-dot button on the Now Playing screen.

CarPlay showing Build Station option

Find your car

Find your car It works with CarPlay. A setting for Maps lets your iPhone remember where you parked your car. It works via GPS, so it might not register if you’re in a parking lot, but it can be a great time (and foot) saver in a large parking lot. Go to iPhone and open Settings application, selection Maps in the menu and pressing next to Show parking.

Path to display the location of your parked car

Avoid a ticket

This feature can be easy to overlook, but when you activate the turn-by-turn directions, the speed limit for your current location will appear on the screen. It doesn’t work on all streets, but it does cover most highways.

FAQs

  • Which cars have Apple CarPlay?

    More than 600 vehicle models currently support or plan to offer CarPlay. You can check the updated list of cars that support CarPlay on Apple’s website.

  • How to organize apps in CarPlay?

    Rearrange the order of CarPlay apps in your iPhone settings. to go Settings > General > car gamechoose your car and Personalize. Long-press the app you want to move, then drag it to the desired location.

  • Can I add Netflix to CarPlay?

    No. Apple CarPlay does not support video streaming apps such as Netflix.

  • Is MyQ compatible with Apple CarPlay?

    Yes. Apple CarPlay integrates with the My Mitsubishi Connect app, allowing you to control your smart garage.


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How to Customize CarPlay and Unlock Hidden Secrets

Get the most out of CarPlay with these tips

Apple CarPlay isn’t so much an app as it is an interface you use to access certain features of your iPhone through your car’s infotainment system. It’s easy to customize CarPlay with apps and rearrange the apps on the CarPlay screen using an iPhone with iOS 14 or iOS 13.

What Comes With CarPlay?

CarPlay is controllable by the Siri voice assistant. Siri makes phone calls, reads your text messages, sends your dictated replies, and adds events to your calendar. CarPlay is also designed to work with each car’s available knobs, buttons, and touchscreen, and it includes an app for your car that takes you back to the home screen with a tap.

The CarPlay dashboard comes equipped with the iPhone, Music, Maps, Messages, and Calendar apps, and it supports additional apps you can opt to use with CarPlay.

One of the best parts of CarPlay is the opportunity to customize it.

Apps Compatible With CarPlay

Apple makes it easy to install apps: Select them on your iPhone, and they appear on your CarPlay screen. If you use more than eight apps, you can swipe to the next screen just as you do on your iPhone. Among the apps available for CarPlay are:

Music Apps: You aren’t limited to Apple Music. CarPlay supports alternatives such as Spotify, YouTube Music, Tidal, and the Amazon Music app. You can listen to your music no matter where it is located. You can also stream music from Radio Disney.
Radio Apps: Sirius XM Radio, CBS Radio News, iHeartRadio, and Pandora allow you to listen to actual radio stations or create your own custom radio stations. Have a favorite local station? Check to see if it has an app. Many radio stations are moving into the App Store.
PodCast Apps: If you are addicted to podcasts, you aren’t limited to the Apple Podcasts app. Some of the podcast player apps available are Overcast, Downcast, Pocket Casts, and Stitcher.
News Apps: There are a few great apps for getting your news fix on your daily commute. NPR One is designed with the commuter in mind. The Stitcher podcast player does double duty as it stitches together news from several publishers, and the MLB app is a must-have for baseball fans.
Audiobooks: In addition to audiobooks available through iBooks, you can also install the Audible or Audiobooks app.
Messaging apps: Whether you prefer the Apple Messages app or WhatsApp Messenger, CarPlay has you covered.
Navigation: In addition to Apple Maps, you can use Waze, Google Maps, or Sygic.
How to Customize the CarPlay Screen

You customize the CarPlay screen on the iPhone. It’s easy to add and remove apps, and you can do it any time on your iPhone—even when you don’t have CarPlay active. Here’s how:

Open iPhone Settings.

Tap General.

Tap CarPlay.

Select your car for settings specific to it.

Tap Customize.

Use the plus sign (+) or minus sign (–) to add or remove apps.

Tap and drag apps to change the order they appear on the CarPlay screen.

The next time your iPhone connects with CarPlay in your car, the changes transfer.

Hidden CarPlay Tricks and Secrets

Using CarPlay is straightforward. Turning it on is as easy as connecting your iPhone with your car, and the interface is similar to your smartphone. Here are a few hidden secrets buried in CarPlay you may not have run across.

Create a Radio Station

Create a radio station when you want to hear more music similar to the song you are listening to. Tap the button with the three dots in the Now Playing screen, and you can create a radio station from the current song.

Find Your Car

Find Your Car works with CarPlay. A setting for Maps allows your iPhone to remember where you parked your car. It works through GPS, so if you are in a parking garage, it might not register, but it can be a fantastic time (and feet) saver in a big parking lot. Turn it on by going to the iPhone Settings app, choosing Maps from the menu, and tapping next to Show Parked Location.

Avoid a Ticket

This feature can be easy to miss, but when you have the turn-by-turn directions turned on, the speed limit of your current location displays on the screen. It doesn’t work with every street, but it encompasses most highways.

FAQ

What cars have Apple CarPlay?
More than 600 vehicle models currently support or plan to introduce CarPlay. You can view an updated list of cars that support CarPlay on the Apple website.

How do I organize apps in CarPlay?
Rearrange the order of CarPlay apps in your iPhone settings. Go to Settings > General > CarPlay, choose your car, and select Customize. Tap and hold the app you want to move, and then drag it to the desired position.

Can I add Netflix to CarPlay?
No. Apple CarPlay doesn’t support video streaming apps like Netflix.

Is myQ compatible with Apple CarPlay?
Yes. Apple CarPlay integrates with the My Mitsubishi Connect app, allowing you to control your smart garage.

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How to Customize CarPlay and Unlock Hidden Secrets

Get the most out of CarPlay with these tips

Apple CarPlay isn’t so much an app as it is an interface you use to access certain features of your iPhone through your car’s infotainment system. It’s easy to customize CarPlay with apps and rearrange the apps on the CarPlay screen using an iPhone with iOS 14 or iOS 13.

What Comes With CarPlay?

CarPlay is controllable by the Siri voice assistant. Siri makes phone calls, reads your text messages, sends your dictated replies, and adds events to your calendar. CarPlay is also designed to work with each car’s available knobs, buttons, and touchscreen, and it includes an app for your car that takes you back to the home screen with a tap.

The CarPlay dashboard comes equipped with the iPhone, Music, Maps, Messages, and Calendar apps, and it supports additional apps you can opt to use with CarPlay.

One of the best parts of CarPlay is the opportunity to customize it.

Apps Compatible With CarPlay

Apple makes it easy to install apps: Select them on your iPhone, and they appear on your CarPlay screen. If you use more than eight apps, you can swipe to the next screen just as you do on your iPhone. Among the apps available for CarPlay are:

Music Apps: You aren’t limited to Apple Music. CarPlay supports alternatives such as Spotify, YouTube Music, Tidal, and the Amazon Music app. You can listen to your music no matter where it is located. You can also stream music from Radio Disney.
Radio Apps: Sirius XM Radio, CBS Radio News, iHeartRadio, and Pandora allow you to listen to actual radio stations or create your own custom radio stations. Have a favorite local station? Check to see if it has an app. Many radio stations are moving into the App Store.
PodCast Apps: If you are addicted to podcasts, you aren’t limited to the Apple Podcasts app. Some of the podcast player apps available are Overcast, Downcast, Pocket Casts, and Stitcher.
News Apps: There are a few great apps for getting your news fix on your daily commute. NPR One is designed with the commuter in mind. The Stitcher podcast player does double duty as it stitches together news from several publishers, and the MLB app is a must-have for baseball fans.
Audiobooks: In addition to audiobooks available through iBooks, you can also install the Audible or Audiobooks app.
Messaging apps: Whether you prefer the Apple Messages app or WhatsApp Messenger, CarPlay has you covered.
Navigation: In addition to Apple Maps, you can use Waze, Google Maps, or Sygic.
How to Customize the CarPlay Screen

You customize the CarPlay screen on the iPhone. It’s easy to add and remove apps, and you can do it any time on your iPhone—even when you don’t have CarPlay active. Here’s how:

Open iPhone Settings.

Tap General.

Tap CarPlay.

Select your car for settings specific to it.

Tap Customize.

Use the plus sign (+) or minus sign (–) to add or remove apps.

Tap and drag apps to change the order they appear on the CarPlay screen.

The next time your iPhone connects with CarPlay in your car, the changes transfer.

Hidden CarPlay Tricks and Secrets

Using CarPlay is straightforward. Turning it on is as easy as connecting your iPhone with your car, and the interface is similar to your smartphone. Here are a few hidden secrets buried in CarPlay you may not have run across.

Create a Radio Station

Create a radio station when you want to hear more music similar to the song you are listening to. Tap the button with the three dots in the Now Playing screen, and you can create a radio station from the current song.

Find Your Car

Find Your Car works with CarPlay. A setting for Maps allows your iPhone to remember where you parked your car. It works through GPS, so if you are in a parking garage, it might not register, but it can be a fantastic time (and feet) saver in a big parking lot. Turn it on by going to the iPhone Settings app, choosing Maps from the menu, and tapping next to Show Parked Location.

Avoid a Ticket

This feature can be easy to miss, but when you have the turn-by-turn directions turned on, the speed limit of your current location displays on the screen. It doesn’t work with every street, but it encompasses most highways.

FAQ

What cars have Apple CarPlay?
More than 600 vehicle models currently support or plan to introduce CarPlay. You can view an updated list of cars that support CarPlay on the Apple website.

How do I organize apps in CarPlay?
Rearrange the order of CarPlay apps in your iPhone settings. Go to Settings > General > CarPlay, choose your car, and select Customize. Tap and hold the app you want to move, and then drag it to the desired position.

Can I add Netflix to CarPlay?
No. Apple CarPlay doesn’t support video streaming apps like Netflix.

Is myQ compatible with Apple CarPlay?
Yes. Apple CarPlay integrates with the My Mitsubishi Connect app, allowing you to control your smart garage.

#Customize #CarPlay #Unlock #Hidden #Secrets


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