The FLO Mobile app is Now Available on Apple CarPlay and Android Auto

Mobile

February 13, 2023

Available on iOS and Android, this mobile app helps you find stations, manage your home charger, and much more. It makes EV charging easy.

One App, THOUSANDS of Stations.

Put North America’s leading EV charging network in the palm of your hand.

Flo Mobile App

Find a Charger

Flo Mobile App Manage

Manage Flow Home Residential Chargers

Flo Mobile App Charge Complete

Clear Session Notifications

Pull up a map of the entire FLO network, and partner networks, to see real-time status of available EV charger locations.

The FLO app makes managing your FLO HomeTM X5 charging station. Set a charging schedule and duration of charge in a few taps. You can restrict usage, see charging history, check charging speeds, and more.

Pull up a map of the entire FLO network, and partner networks, to see real-time status of available EV charger locations.

The FLO network of EV charging stations

FLO operates a complete EV charging network for drivers to plug in just about anywhere in North America.

The FLO mobile app is now available on Apple CarPlay and Android Auto

Flo Mobile App Carplay/Android Auto
Access the Flo Mobile App through Apple Car Play and Android Auto

Now where’s that charger? With the FLO mobile app for Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, finding an EV charger has never been more convenient. Access the most important features of the FLO mobile app in an easy-to-use and safe way through your in-car display.

Find nearby stations, filter stations by charging speed, fee, plug type or availability – you decide. Let your fingers do the walking with an intuitive touch display or go hands-free with Siri or Google Assistant, either way, you can leave that phone alone.

With the FLO mobile app, you’ll always find the best charger while keeping your hands on the wheel and your eyes on the road. Now that’s EV charging done right.

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