If you've been using ChargePoint for some time, you may be disappointed because it's not as useful for most cars and dashboards. Well, that's changing now because its EV charging app now works in Android Auto. This is good news for those who use Android Auto but couldn't take advantage of ChargePoint. We somehow anticipated this, as we mentioned Android Auto compatible third-party apps would be coming to the Play Store. More EV charging stations are popping up in the United States. No, electric cars aren't taking over yet, but they have the potential to fill the city.
With your electric car, of course, you want all things to be digital. Going "smart" is the way to go. ChargePoint wants to help improve the EV industry by helping you find charging stations right on the Android Auto dashboard.
The ChargePoint EV charger database is large enough, and it's good that it can be easily accessed while you're inside your electric vehicle. This can be very useful, especially when you really need to charge your car.
What's great about the ChargePoint EV charger app is that it only shows the parts you need. The map can be viewed with nearby charging stations. You can also set a filter to show by cost or charging speed. The app can tell you if a station is available, out of service, or busy. You can set a notification to let you know now when the charger is ready.
Not all EVs come with a charger search. More affordable electric cars may not be complete. But with Android Auto being an affordable and better alternative, everyone can easily find what they are looking for. If your EV doesn't have the infotainment system you prefer, you can just use Android Auto instead. Most of the necessary information can be found there.