But this service is available in few selected Ford cars including 2012 Fiesta, Fusion, F-150, Super Duty, E-Series, Mustang and Expedition to use their voice and in-dash controls to control the MOG app on their USB-connected smartphones.
With this feature, Ford’s driver will be available to access MOG’s on-demand radio features, program radio station presets based on artists they like, select playlists and play songs from Billboard’s Top 50 by using voice commands like “similar artists,” “list playlists” and “top songs.”
According to CNET, “Most useful feature for customization will be the ability to mark any currently playing song as a Favorite, saving it to the Favorites playlist.”
BMW had done the same thing with MOG integration on its new 6-series, It means that Ford is the second automaker to show off Mog integration.
MOG rounds up the current list of apps supported by AppLink to 10. Ford also counts Pandora, TuneIn, Slacker, and iHeartRadio among the music-oriented apps it supports. Other selections include Scout navigation, NPR News, and OpenBeak for twitter.