Scout GPS Link is a free mobile navigation app with MapStream™ mode, a full navigation experience with interactive, moving maps powered by real-time cloud information and designed exclusively for your car’s multimedia screen. Whether you’re commuting home, searching for a place to get gas, or want to beat traffic, get all the information you need at a glance on your personalized home screen. Wherever you’re going, Scout GPS Link makes navigating there a lot easier. Designed for your car’s screen* •Full navigation on your car’s multimedia display and Push-to-Talk features when you connect your iPhone to your car via USB and Bluetooth® •Select Lexus and Toyota vehicles with MapStream mode, a live map view that moves with you in 2D/3D modes •Seamless connection with your car to automatically access your routes, recent destinations, and favorite places from your phone •One-tap access to navigation in third party apps, such as Yelp and Fuel •Every feature is optimized for driving, such as simple visual directions, easy-to-access search by touch or voice, and automatic day and night modes to reduce glare •Split screen views allow you to multitask with other apps on your display—listen to music or take calls—while navigating Dependable navigation with real-time traffic and intelligent search •Convenient home screen with easy access to key features, like one-touch navigation to your home and work •The best routes for a quicker commute based on real-time traffic conditions and ETA •Easily enter addresses or places with One-Box Search and get suggestions while you’re typing •Avoid upcoming traffic congestion and road hazards with automatic reroute notifications •Discover places to dine, shop, get gas, and more, with voice commands and popular search categories •Resume canceled routes and repeat voice guidance Contact Us Do you have questions or suggestions you’d like to share with us? Contact us at email@example.com or select “Give Feedback” in the mobile app menu and let us know what you think. *Notes •Selecting Lexus vehicles with Lexus app or Toyota vehicles with Toyota app with Display Audio requires USB and Bluetooth connection to view MapStream mode moving maps on multimedia display. The multimedia view will be TurnStream™ mode, turn-by-turn directions only without a moving map •MapStream mode NOT available for 2017 and earlier Lexus and Toyota vehicles •Scout GPS Link in-car features and experience may vary based on vehicle manufacturer and model •Continued use of GPS running in the background can decrease battery life Telenav Website – www.telenav.com Scout GPS Link Support –firstname.lastname@example.org
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When I first leased my Toyota RAV 4 this app was useless. I stayed with google maps on my phones screen. I was using LG 6 platinum phone. I recently started using iPhone 11 with maps. I had a pop up to download this app. I went along with it. To my pleasant surprise, it connected with my car’s Scout GPS & gave me a good experience. On the car screen I am now able to navigate with live traffic guidance & route choice. I will revisit here as I use more. I do not drive much during the pandemic.
I use Bluetooth audio in my vehicle constantly so I know that the iphone is indeed paired but scout gps link claims that there is no pairing. Have unpaired and paired again several times but scout is still unhappy. Update: Telnav customer support has informed me that this app is incompatible with my Lexus and that is apparently why I had difficulty pairing.
I didn’t have much of a complaint with scout gps till my phone updated to ios14. Once that update was done, all I get in scout gps is failed to connect to their server. I have no problems using Apple Maps or google maps from safari, so I know there is no connection problem with my phone. I also agree with other reviewers that it should auto connect the phone app to the car and be ready to take a destination address and not have to resort to 1st gen approval actions to connect. Even YouTube auto connects to play audio.
I followed the set up step by step still will not connect to my Tacoma
I’m having difficulty getting used to the turn by turn directions without the map. One reason is at times the spoken direction is late and I miss the turn. In order to combat this I also have my phone with google maps on and lower the volume. I have no other complaint or suggestions
I just bought a 2017 sienna, when I saw the app I was, cool, gps included Used it twice and gave up Turn by turn instructions and a map that its useless for me, I see other users with a nice map. Mine is upside down, too small, and it shows me that Im going south instead of north even though Im going west. Didnt find any settings to fix that. So Ill stick with my phone apps since I have to use my phone anyways. Reminds me of my nissan gps, it would block me from using it while driving, not knowing it my passenger was looking for a place to eat on a road trip we took
Getting better. Would like to not have to get my phone out to activate the Scout App every time. Make it work like my iPhone where the connection is automatic when I get into the car. FYI, I’m an older retired guy.
I just recently bought a Toyota Tacoma and has this on the gps is horrible first time I used it got me lost and it will not give you a map only turn by turn is a hard to used navigation app my Acura TL stock nav will perform way better and is a 2009
The app is not very reliable. I prefer Waze.