Thanks for the lastest update which happened in the pouring rain away from home and ultimately denying me access to my car. Absurdly stupid to do that to people. Why doesn't it update when it needs to automatically so I'm not stuck? *As I read other reviews regarding the update I realize it happened as far back as November 2017. So in 4 months GM didn't feel it necessary to send some sort of notification or an email to say your app no longer works and you need to update it. Instead they wait until I go to use it in the pouring rain to inform me. This just compounds the insult!
I linked this app to my, ' my cadillac' app and the results are mind boggling. Now both apps are completely identical. But the problem lines in the information they provide. That are so far off when it comes to miles travelled , how much fuel is in the tank , tire pressure, average miles per gallon. So far off it's hard to tell which app is reading correctly.
I love, love, love being able to remote start my truck when I'm several minutes away. The app is fast enough for me when displaying oil life, MPG and tire pressures. The only gripe I have is the weird delays in unlocking or locking the doors.
Who's the friggin moron who decided that the November 7 update was a good idea? The app absolutely sucks since then. Idiots. Not only do we pay for OnStar, they also throw ads in our face with the app.
Still not working after update. Activity timeout. I get the circle spinning for an update but keeps timing out. Nothing works as a result. :( been over a month now.
this app used to be everything to me but ever since they charge now for location services & vehicle status..it's pointless to have.i didnt even get a warning that it was happening so I'm over it & highly disappointed in the company
We update our app regularly to add new features and improve performance. We’ve added the following features in this release:
The Vehicle Status section now includes additional information for diesel vehicle owners. Users with real-time diagnostics can monitor Diesel Exhaust Fluid (DEF) levels, which now includes information on optimal, low, or, or critically low levels that would limit vehicle operation.
Bug fixes and minor enhancements