Mercedes-Benz mbrace to allow customers to send destinations to their in-vehicle navigation system

Mercedes-Benz mbrace to allow customers to send destinations to their in-vehicle navigation system
Mercedes-Benz USA has announced a new mbrace service planned to launch in early 2011. Developed by its partner, Hughes Telematics, the new feature allows customers to safely and conveniently send destinations to their Mercedes-Benz in-vehicle navigation system. Also included is an innovative networking function called Drive2Friend, which enables customers to connect and navigate to contacts and/or "friends."
The new mbrace service extends remote access beyond traditional map websites, offering nine different ways to send destinations to Mercedes-Benz vehicles. mbrace customers can experience enhanced flexibility, using the new service to send destinations with a new mbrace Mobile Application feature, website and browser toolbar widget.

Specifically, as an update to the mbrace Mobile Application, the new mbrace service provides options for customers to search and send points of interest, directly enter an address, send contacts from their contact book as well as send current location all from the palm of their hands. The new app also allows customers to use the Drive2Friend feature to send requests to their "friends."
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