Mercury Marine debuts new mobile app

Mercury Marine introduced its new VesselView Mobile app at the March 4-6 Geico Bassmaster Classic.

Mercury Marine introduced its new VesselView Mobile app at the March 4-6 Geico Bassmaster Classic, which was held on Lake O’ the Cherokees in Tulsa, Okla.

Available for iOS and Android mobile devices, including smartphones and tablets, the app provides users access to their boat’s SmartCraft digital data. Mercury said SmartCraft is a fully integrated suite of digital technologies, including marine gauges, sensors, vessel systems and computer-controlled features.

With Mercury Marine’s VesselView Mobile, users can see SmartCraft engine data on their mobile device. The app also includes such new features as maintenance reminders, mapping, performance summary and fault-code diagnostics.

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