It's not up to Chevy to do this, it's up to the app developers to make their products compatible with Apple CarPlay or Android Auto.I'm guessing it's too hard to make the infotainment system compatible with every app out there, but you'd think Chevy would at least make the more popular charging apps available on the screen.
There is a workaround for using PlugShare when Android Auto is connected.With Android Auto connected can the Plugshare app be visible on the Bolt's screen ?
This is my tried-and-true method of finding (and getting to) charging stations.There is a workaround for using PlugShare when Android Auto is connected.
Find the location in the PlugShare App, in PlugShare use the Get Directions option and select your favorite navigation app which will display directions on Android Auto.
Here is video that shows the steps -
For Plugshare w/CarPlay, Plugshare responded as to why they can't do it for CarPlay, for now at https://www.facebook.com/groups/PlugShareEVDriverForum/permalink/1107708256098358/?comment_id=1109514999251017.It's not up to Chevy to do this, it's up to the app developers to make their products compatible with Apple CarPlay or Android Auto.