Nankang Tyre has launched two tyre games for Android and iOS mobile devices: Tyre Maker and Tyre Run. Both are available free to download worldwide on Android and iOS. The Taiwan tyre manufacturer says part of the purpose of the apps is “to relieve the boredom of being stuck at home due to COVID-19.” The games were developed in collaboration with digital design company King One Design. Users can download Tyre Maker here on iOS devices, or here on Android devices, while Tyre Run is available here (iOS) or here (Android).
Pocket App, the UK’s largest independent app developer, has announced that a new vehicle tyre pressure monitoring system for smartphones is now available for download. The new app, which has been designed for Bridgestone Europe, captures pressure readings from Bridgestone’s TPMS sensors using a Bluetooth Transceiver.
In January this year, Maxam Tire, the specialist manufacturer of OTR, construction, industrial and agricultural tyres, launched an App for devices working under the Android operating system. Now the company has launched a new, responsive version for all Apple devices.
Personal preference for an iPhone or Android smartphone could soon dictate the car choice of younger buyers, predicts Glass’s, as new models become ever more closely integrated with mobile devices. The publishers of the trade pricing bible say motor manufacturers are already working with Apple or Google on next generation systems that will see smartphones, tablets and cars integrating much more closely, giving drivers greater access to information and apps such as music, e-mails and sat nav systems.
Maxam Tire, the specialist manufacturer of OTR and industrial tyres, has launched a new version of its app for all devices working under the Android system, such as Smartphones, Tablets and Phablets. It complements the existing Maxam app for iPad and incorporates the same features.
Last year, Trelleborg introduced its new TLC – Trelleborg Load Calculator app for iPad and desktop users, and has now extended its potential user base by making it available on further platforms, and in one further key language. Following its introduction in iOS and android formats, the app can be used by all main mobile devices and operating systems, and the addition of Chinese to the latest version means that the app now covers 13 languages. Trelleborg comments that it is the “first global player in the agricultural industry to develop a professional app targeted to the Chinese market in its local language.”