Nissan LEAF

Nissan LEAF


The Nissan LEAF app is designed to help you manage your vehicle and control many frequently used features directly from your Android phone.

Nissan LEAF owners with an active CARWINGS subscription can control their vehicle through the app.

The app also provides a demo mode for Nissan LEAF enthusiasts to test the features.

With the Nissan LEAF Android app, you can:

-Check state of battery charge
-Start charging
-Check when battery charge will complete
-See estimated driving range
-Turn on or off the climate control system

Visit nissanusa.com/ for more information about the Nissan LEAF.
Visit nissanusa.com/ owners to activate your Nissan LEAF CARWINGS subscription.

Recent changes:
2.3.2
~ Minor bug fix on kilowatt charging rate for some models.
~ Other various performance improvements.
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About Nissan LEAF
The Nissan LEAF app is designed to help you manage your vehicle and control many frequently used features directly from your Android phone.

Nissan LEAF owners with an active CARWINGS subscription can control their vehicle through the app.

The app also provides a demo mode for Nissan LEAF enthusiasts to test the features.

With the Nissan LEAF Android app, you can:

-Check state of battery charge
-Start charging
-Check when battery charge will complete
-See estimated driving range
-Turn on or off the climate control system

Visit nissanusa.com/ for more information about the Nissan LEAF.
Visit nissanusa.com/ owners to activate your Nissan LEAF CARWINGS subscription.

Recent changes:
2.3.2
~ Minor bug fix on kilowatt charging rate for some models.
~ Other various performance improvements.

User reviews of Nissan LEAF
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Android Market Comments
A Google User
Jan 4, 2015
Serious usability issues By default, this app prominently features outdated SoC and range information. It requires the user to: (1) Open the app and look at completely outdated and misleading information. (2) Switch to the Update tab. (3) Tap OK to request an update. (4) Wait 15 seconds for the app to request an update. (5) Tap OK to acknowledge that the update has been requested. (6) Wait 15 more seconds, or longer, for the update to complete. (7) Tap OK to acknowledge that the update has been received. (8) View the updated SoC/range info. Eight steps instead of one. Usability fail.
A Google User
Dec 19, 2014
Sloppy UI, Fluff, Little Function [Update: reinstalled the app 2014-12-18 - still a worthless POS. No call can fix.] The app design is bad. Major UX issues. Even then, it'd be okay if the app actually did something worth while. There is no detailed reporting, can't schedule repeated climate control jobs, no interface w/ the address book. We know every morning at 8:30am that the car, plugged in, needs to start warming up (or cooling down) the interior for our morning commute ... Why must I have to remember to schedule it every goddamn day?
A Google User
Dec 17, 2014
Functions, but that's about it. Probably a poorly ported iOS app. Looks old, needs material design. Instead of using proper gray notification for update notification, the entire app interrupts what you are doing to tell you it updated successfully. As far as I can tell, none of the notifications work. Probably due to it being a poorly ported iOS app. It does work but it's so horrible half the time I opt not to open the app because I don't want to deal with the clunky interface.
A Google User
Dec 16, 2014
Only Works With SV/SL, Not S Model One thing that was unclear from the site was that this does NOT work with the S models, only SV and SL. Given how the cars are riding on AT&T 2G and that network only has about 1 year left in it, this may not be a big deal as the service may go dark eventually anyway. Looks like a nifty app, but the SV/SL designation needs to be more explicit.
A Google User
Nov 30, 2014
Leaf's servers are not reliable and neither is the weak 2g AT&T signal. It has been over a year since they last updated it and it never works. Most times I'll get "no response from server" or "Please try your request again, problem detected communicating with the vehicle". The vehicle is outside and is not near any tall buildings yet it can't pick up a signal or the request gets lost along the way. Really disappointing. I was told they use 2g AT&T signal to send the commands which is very weak to say the least. They really need to step up to 3g. Getting a charging update doesn't even work. The fact they say it can take up to 5 minutes for your command to reach the car is sad. Tesla is able to send/receive commands instantly (how it should be). You also should be able to specify what temperature you want as well as unlock/lock the car using the app. This feels like 10 year old technology to me. The texting/email notifications have never worked. Get with the times Nissan and hire a real app developer. It wouldn't cost that much to develop one as it's a pretty simple program. Also, I'm on a nexus 5 with lollipop if that helps.