General Motors is banking on a remote access smartphone app to be used more than 260 million times this year as more customers shift to start their cars or unlock the doors before they arrive at their vehicle.The carmaker’s RemoteLink can be downloaded onto smart
devices, giving users access to features on their car. It was introduced in
2010 and is now available almost all over the world.
“In a recent survey, the importance of owning a cellphone ranked just as
important as using deodorant every day,” said a possibly sweaty Mike
Abelson, GM VP.