Startup Mojio Launches Connected Car App Store

Startup Mojio Launches Connected Car App Store Image Credit: Mojio

Mojio, the leading open platform for connecting cars, this week launched a new connected car app store, Mojio Drive to add additional apps and services to its offerings. Mojio's device when plugged into the customer car’s OBD port, allows the older generation of cars to access the company's suite of more than 20 connected car apps and services to enhance their driving experience. These apps and services are placed into various categories such as vehicle maintenance and repairs, roadside assistance, auto insurance, safety and security and productivity. 

Via partnerships with AT&T, Telus and Deutsche Telekom, Mojio’s device which is sold by monthly subscription also comes with a built-in wireless connection enabling users to make calls.

Jay Giraud, CEO, Mojio
We know that drivers want their cars to be more like their smartphones. There are at least as many connected car use cases as there are app developers, and so an open platform for building apps is essential to giving people what they want. With more than 800 developers using Mojio’s open platform creating apps and services that span the entire automotive market – from vehicle maintenance apps to data-driven auto insurance services – Mojio is at the forefront of the connected car economy enabling drivers to save hundreds of dollars per year.

Ray is a news editor at The Fast Mode, bringing with him more than 10 years of experience in the wireless industry.

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