Noodoe EV Makes Locating Charging Stations Easy

Noodoe EV Makes Locating Charging Stations Easy

Integrated App Works with both
Apple CarPlay and Android Auto

Noodoe EV, a global leader in EV charging technology, just made locating charging stations remarkably easy with its new integrated Noodoe app. The announcement was made by Noodoe CEO Jennifer Chang. The app works with both CarPlay and Auto. CarPlay is the Apple standard that enables a car radio or head unit to act as both display and controller for an iOS device. Android Auto is Google’s counterpart developed for the Android operating system.

IRVINE, CALIF. OCTOBER 21, 2021

Noodoe EV, a global leader in EV charging technology, just made locating charging stations remarkably easy with its new integrated Noodoe app. The announcement was made by Noodoe CEO Jennifer Chang. The app works with both CarPlay and Auto. CarPlay is the Apple standard that enables a car radio or head unit to act as both display and controller for an iOS device. Android Auto is Google’s counterpart developed for the Android operating system.

“Noodoe EV has always been the simplest way to charge up your EV,” says Chang. “Now with our Noodoe app and Apple Carplay/Android Auto integrations, finding a nearby AC or DC charger is as easy as changing your car’s music.”

According to Noodoe, the process for locating available EV charging locations is simple. With the installed Noodoe EV app, connect a mobile phone to the vehicle wirelessly or via USB. The Noodoe app will then project the screen to your onboard infotainment system. Once connected, there is no more required user input. Not only will the app locate nearby charging stations, it will also navigate the driver to the chosen charger, filter out stations by AC/DC and connector type (J1772 or Chademo). More features will be added to the app in the coming months.

Access to EV charging stations is getting easier all the time. According to evadoption.com, as of December 31, 2020, there were a total of 96,536 public charging ports in the U.S. That’s up from 3,394 charging stations at the beginning of the decade. According to current statistics, EV sales are expected to grow to approximately 29.5 percent of car sales by 2030, up from 3.4 percent this year

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