Pioneer has released its first iPhone application which called as Avic Feeds that specifically designed for use with Pioneer new AVIC-U310BT and AVIC-Z110BT in-dash navigation systems. The Pioneer iPhone app created a link between Apple and Pioneer devices that enable iPhone users to find points of interest or search for destinations ahead of time on their phone and easily access through Bluetooth from Pioneer navigation systems. With this application, the users can eliminates the need to manually key in address information into the Pioneer unit.


Avic Feeds application includes the following ways to navigate:

  • POI Search – Points of interest (POI) searched through Pioneer’s AVIC FEEDS App can be selected by simply choosing the pin drop of the desired location.
  • Take a Photo – Photos taken on an iPhone that are geotagged with geographical metadata such as location coordinates can be saved for future use as a POI.
  • Saved Photos – Geotagged photos sent to users or photos from the internet can be used as a POIs.

“We are continually looking for ways to enhance a driver’s experience by providing high quality navigation and entertainment products that incorporate convenience and safety features. After researching what technologies and consumer electronics products our registered owners embrace, we identified a natural opportunity to integrate the features and functions of our navigation systems with Apple’s iPhone,” said by Ted Cardenas, director of marketing for the mobile business group of Pioneer Electronics (USA) Inc.

Besides, the application is also capable of calculating a route and provides turn-by-turn guidance to the location of the contact person whose details are routed by means of the Pioneer system.

For AVIC-U310BT and AVIC-Z110BT owners who like to enjoy these features can download Pioneer Avic Feeds application for free though their iPhone at or apple store.