You might recall back before Christmas I mentioned a new audio streaming device that was set to hit the market called TuneLink Auto. The device was originally expected to land in mid-January, but that date came and went with no availability.
New Potato Technologies, the company behind the TuneLink Auto for Android, has announced that the device is finally shipping. The system is a combination of a DC adapter that has an integrated FM transmitter and an app that runs on your Android device.
In share mode, multiple users can connect to TuneLink and play content back on the car speakers. The app will also find the best station for you to broadcast on in any area when you press the Speedtune button. TuneLink also allows the user to connect directly to an aux input if the car has one. The device will cost you $99.99.