Sham! You want my credit card number and a $25 charge to activate my account after I paid over $1000 for the charging station? I don't think so! I don't use public charging stations but you won't activate the app for a charger I paid for. --- I won't be forced to provide my credit card and that's what you're doing. I don't care if you say you won't charge it.
This app will charge significant amounts of money to your account if you give it access. I used to to charge for a few hours and it charged me $25 to "fund my account" even though the charge was less than $4. Extremely deceptive and shady tactic. AGAIN, THIS APP WILL TAKE LARGE AMOUNTS OF MONEY OUT OF YOUR ACCOUNT IF GIVEN ACCESS.
Cool but a bit Shady Must put in 25 to start OK. Then recharge once it goes under 10? So you want to keep a portion of all our money constantly.
Works great Helps me find chargepoint station wherever I'm at. I also know how much money I have left on my card and it's automatically taken out once I need more money to be applied.
Vaporware The map of stations looks nice, but once you arrive the only way to charge is an RFID card that arrives 3 weeks later... if at all. DON'T WASTE YOUR TIME
unfortunately stopped and never opened nfg
- Use your phone as a card. For select Android phones, you can tap your phone at the station (similar to tapping a card) to start a session. If your phone supports this feature, you can learn how to use it by going to “Manage Cards” in your Account.
- To make trip planning better, station information now tells you when a station was last used and when it’s the busiest.
- Minor Google Maps enhancements
- Misc. library improvements