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 firstname.lastname@example.org 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 –email@example.com
It’s hard to follow in the sense that you have to read where your going. On other gps apps you can look at it and follow the map. I would love to see directions being illustrated like Apple Maps or Google maps. Written directions are just hard to follow.
This app was always finicky. About a year ago, it stopped working altogether.
It tells me it needs to connect to Lexus app but it does not appear in the list of apps.
This is 75% not worth it on the ‘17 Lexus RX350 I just bought. I don’t know if this is scout’s fault but I suspect it is Lexus - they make great cars but really stank on screen UI’s. Lagging behind most of their competition! You’d think this would make a map appear on the Lexus dash screen... nope! Ok then, the map must be visible on the phone? Naaahhhh...! In fact the phone screen is completely locked. About the only thing you get are voice prompts & turn by turn directions on the dash screen. No map, no easy way to navigate that screen, it really, really, isn’t worth it.
This app is very difficult to use. Every time the car is turned off, it shuts down and does not resume without a fresh start. At times it starts and will not provide history and saved addresses requiring that they be put in again. Lately it has also stopped working altogether saying there are no servers. When this happens, I can go to Google Maps on my phone and get the information I need. Google maps is far superior17034
After connect to my car by bluetooth then it said “open your app in the car and choice connect now” but on the app in the car did not have the logo, so how can i connect now???
App says I need to pair my phone when it’s already paired. Entune connected, get stock information and sports scores from my phone on the 2019 Toyota Tundra head unit but Scout says phone not paired. Would love to try this but, oh well!
I have a 2021 Camry xse. Tried connecting this app to my car and it won’t connect. I deleted the app, and re-installed it. Still doesn’t connect. I also tried deleting my phone from Bluetooth and adding it again, and still doesn’t connect.
Don waste your time with this app. Pure trash. Toyota should be ashamed.
this won't connect to my 2018 corolla, it says my phone isn't connected to my car through bluetooth even though it is, not sure what to do