Exide Launches New Battery Finder App
GENNEVILLIERS, FRANCE: Provider of stored electrical energy solutions—Exide Technologies has launched a new Battery Finder app. It utilizes and trails Exide’s top notch fitment information which allows users to rapidly choose the right battery for their vehicles. The latest update of the app supersedes Exide’s existing Battery Finder app. The update exposes enhanced graphics, bettered user experience and interface making it user-friendly, substantial performance upgrades and a crafty new design. The app provides convenience of searching for Motorbike and scooter batteries in the app, covering just about 5,000 makes and models.
Exide’s Battery Finder app functions on smartphones and tablets, and is readily available on Android and iOS. The same fitment information also is available through the company’s printed catalogues and Online Battery Finder, available at the Exide’s official website.
Recognized and picked out by team of specialists, Exide’s fitment recommendations are regularly updated as new models come forth in the market. The company is a leading original-equipment supplier and has a reputation for quality, precise fitment information. The new app bears enhanced search functionality which makes it faster and convenient to stumble upon the right battery. Users can search by vehicle registration, make and model, and other criteria, depending on vehicle type. The app has been optimized for high-definition displays, offers improved one-click navigation, and intromits a series of performance improvements, including rapid server response times.
Used by workshops, retailers, distributors and end-users doing DIY replacement, the app makes it critical for all the users that the data is accurate, easily accessible and up to date. This is particularly the case for roadside assistance firms that can only take a limited number of batteries on the road. “Exide introduced the market’s first battery app in 2011, giving customers access to our best-in-class fitment information on the go,” said Michael Ostermann, President EMEA at Exide Technologies. “The newly released app is even better, with improved design and typography, support for high-definition displays, and the introduction of motorbike and scooter fitment information.”
Exide has a wide-ranging collection of batteries available through the company’s app for all kinds of vehicles such as light vehicles, commercial vehicles, motorbikes and scooters, Online Battery Finder and printed catalogues.
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