myChevrolet for Pc

  • Category: Lifestyle
  • Last Updated: 2018-10-01
  • Current version: 3.15.0
  • File size: 135.48 MB
  • Developer: General Motors Company
  • Compatibility: Requires Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 8.1 and Windows 10

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Downloading and installing myChevrolet on your Windows PC

Download myChevrolet for Windows: myChevrolet is an Lifestyle App, developed by General Motors Company. The Lifestyle App was officially released 2010-10-27. Today, it has gone through many interations by the developers - General Motors Company, with the latest current version being 3.15.0 which was officially released on 2018-10-01. As a testament to the app's popularity or lack thereof, it has gathered a total of 2,247 Reviews on the App Store alone, with an average user rating of 2.5 out of a possible 5.

Using myChevrolet on your Windows computer is actually very easy but if you are new to this process, you will definitely need to pay attention to the steps listed below. This is because you will need to download and install a Desktop App emulator for your computer. We will help you download and install myChevrolet on your computer in 4 simple steps below:

1: Download an Andriod Software emulator for Windows

The importance of the emulator is that it emulates or immitates an android environment on your computer, making it super easy to install and run android apps from the comfort of your PC without buying a phone that runs android. Who says you cannot enjoy both worlds? To begin, you can download such an emulator app made by too top dogs in the space.
A. Nox App . OR
B. Bluestacks App .
Personally, I recommend the "B" option as Bluestacks is very popular so if you run into any trobles using it, you can find good solutions on Google or Bing (lol). 

2: Now Install the Software Emulator on your Windows PC

If you successfully downloaded the Bluestacks.exe or Nox.exe, go to your Downloads folder on your computer or anywhere you ususally store downloaded files.
Once you have find it, click it to install the application. It should start the installation process on your PC.
Click Next to accept the EULA License agreement.
Follow the on screen directives in order to install the application.
If you do the above correctly, the Software will be successfully installed.

3: How to Use myChevrolet for Windows PC - Windows 7/8 / 8.1 / 10

Now, open the Emulator application you have installed and locate the search bar. Now type myChevrolet in the search bar and hit Search. You will easily see the app. Click on myChevrolet application icon. A window of myChevrolet will open and it will display the app in your Emulator Software. Hit the Install button and your application will start downloading. Now we are all done.
Next, you will see the "All Apps" icon.
Click on it and it will take you to a page containing all your installed applications.
You should see the myChevrolet icon. Click on it and start using the application.

Hope it was not too difficult? If you have any further inquiries, contact me through the "Contact" link at the bottom of this page so I could help You. Have a nice day!

About myChevrolet

Developer Description

The myChevrolet Mobile App gives you the ultimate ownership experience: convenience and control, right at your fingertips. Get powerful, easy-to-use features with the convenience of remote connection, streamlined service and maintenance. Unlock your vehicle’s full potential with the myChevrolet Mobile App. Start by logging in with your Chevrolet Owner Center or OnStar username and password. Available on select iOS devices. Service availability, features, and functionality are subject to limitations and vary by vehicle and the plan you are enrolled in. Some features require a paid plan. Device data connection required. Data rates may apply. See for details and limitations. Remote Key Fob: Remote Start/Stop: Send a remote command to start and stop your vehicle from anywhere you have a vehicle connection (requires factory installed and enabled remote starter system) Lock/Unlock: Lock and unlock your doors from anywhere you have a vehicle connection (requires automatic locks) Warning Lights: Send a remote command to activate your horn and flash your lights Vehicle Status: Fuel Level/Range: View your fuel level in percentage, approximate number of gallons remaining and miles until empty. For Electric Vehicle owners, monitor EV range, charging status and even find charging stations along your route Oil Life: View your remaining oil life as a percentage Diesel Exhaust Fluid (DEF): If you have a diesel vehicle, check to see if your DEF level is optimal, low, or, if your vehicle is currently in a speed-limited state, critically low Other Services: Chevrolet Smart Driver: Get information and tips to help you improve your driving *Requires a capable 2015 model year or newer vehicle and active service. See for details and limitations. Vehicle Locate: Find your vehicle’s approximate location and nearby address on a map Send-to-Navigation*: Search and send destinations to your OnStar Turn-by-Turn Navigation or your vehicle’s in-dash navigation system (if equipped). Map coverage available in U.S., Puerto Rico, Mexico, and Canada. Accessories: Shop for accessories specific to your vehicle Owner Manual: Quick access to a complete interactive manual for your vehicle How Things Work: View helpful how-to videos to learn everything there is to know about your vehicle’s features and operation Preferred Dealer: Locate and set a preferred dealer. Search for dealers by zip code, proximity or city and state Schedule Service: View vehicle’s service recommendations/required maintenance and make an appointment with your preferred dealer, and manage and check the status of your appointment Marketplace: Discover value while on the go with nearby offers and sponsored connections from restaurants, gas stations, retailers, hotels, and more. Valid offers can vary. For latest offers, check Marketplace through the vehicle mobile app or your vehicles infotainment system (if available). My Chevrolet Rewards*: Learn about/enroll in the program, see your active point balance, and conveniently access your account *Must be 18 years or older. Points may be earned and redeemed only at participating GM entities, dealers or third-party retailers in the United States (excluding Puerto Rico, the U.S. Virgin Islands or Guam). Points are not earned on taxes and certain fees and expire 5 years from when points are earned. Some restrictions apply. For more information, please view full program Terms & Conditions. Note: Acceptance of OnStar terms of service are required. Enrollment is free, but a smartphone with a data connection is required to use certain online features. An active OnStar account is required for some features; others require a paid service plan. Features vary by vehicle, location and conditions. For a list of supported vehicles, please visit

App Reviews

  • Locked out of vehicle

    By edejoie
    Since the new update the remote commands to lock/unlock the doors has been buggy. Today, after leaving key in my jacket in the car I locked the doors using the app and went into the gym. About an hour later when I came out I launched the app to unlock the doors and it just kept spinning and spinning but the doors never opened. I closed the app and tried again but still no response. I rebooted my phone just to clear it and launched the app again. Still it would not unlock the doors. It’s now raining. I called onstar for assistance and was told that I only have the basic plan that does not cover assistance by phone to unlock my doors. However, as a one time courtesy they will unlock them for me. But that I should be warned that if this happens in the future I will not be assisted unless I upgrade the onstar package. I waited until I heard the doors unlock and then I said “regardless of whether I have a basic plan it should ALWAYS be a courtesy to unlock my doors when the app created by onstar fails to work!” The idea to hold someone hostage and pay an upgrade fee in order to be assisted when the app fails? What if a child or pet was in the car and I didn’t have a credit card on me to upgrade? Ridiculous! One thing for sure I will never purchase onstar or recommend it to anyone.
  • A good start to a nice app

    By Bill in Akron
    This app works fairly well on my iPhone. I use it in conjunction with my Bolt EV, so it is nice to be able to find charge locations and get a brief description of which charge network and plug type is available. The what-if route planning is also very handy to verify what destinations are within driving range. The navigation section of the app could some improvement. Setting the initial location and destination is not that easy, especially on a small screen. Better user prompts would help. Also strangely on a 2017 iPad, the app apparently can not auto update the parked location, though it can read vehicle status and lock/unlock doors, etc. This is a problem because the navigation feature won’t allow a route to be planned when the parked location is entered manually. Route planning does work OK on an iPone 6S where parked location is picked up automatically. The app runs only in portrait mode and on a large screen device like an iPad is just scaled up with huge text and buttons rather than better using the available screen real estate. I really would like to see the app perform better on the iPad which would make route planning a much better user experience.
  • Remote start & navigation disappeared!

    By Iluvhk
    10/25 - Right after I left my last review I started getting an error message saying I didn’t have a plan & I couldn’t use any features. Right around the time I got a response from the developer the app started working again. I use this app every day to start my car and use the send navigation to vehicle feature a lot. If you are having issues try deleting it and reinstalling or logging out and pull down to refresh it when you open the app. I have the Guidance plan that includes navigation but after the last app update the navigation option disappeared in the app. I was using the send to vehicle option just fine until the last update and considering all the people who are complaining on here that it also disappeared for them I would say it is clearly your app update that messed it up! Please fix it and I already called Onstar and all they could do is put in a ticket for the issue. Please fix your app because it worked perfectly before your last update!
  • This app is not built to help the buyer

    By texan thats frustrated
    It is purely a way to track the owner’s maintenance of their vehicles and also their daily driving habits. I can not overstate the ridiculousness of Chevrolet allowing such an abomination to be forced on every single customer they have. I have a Chevy High Country Pickup which was not cheap yet Chevy can’t figure out how to provide a halfway decent user experience with a simple app that 4 college kids could throw together in a weekend? In this day and age of Snowden proven governmental spying on American citizens, the fact that there is absolutely no way to turn off the tracking device on the vehicle (the on-star antenna and the Gps nav) is shameful. I don’t really care if they track me but the principle of tracking all of their customers all of the time is mind blowing. Maybe it is related to their insane debt as a corporation as compared to Ford but who really knows? I say erase dealerships and move to direct sales also- the dealerships are 90 percent scam artists and there is zero need for them to even exist other than their lobbyist getting legislation written that bans all direct sales, in my state anyway. This has been my experience- Maybe it will evolve but if not, this is my first and last Chevy ever.
  • UPDATED: Geolocation of vehicle no longer working

    By SCGay
    I gave the following feedback yesterday. The App was corrected and functioning correctly today. I also received a personal email informing me the corrections had been made. **Rating 1 yesterday / 5 today. Thank you developers!! ——————————————————— Until today, I have been able to “Locate Vehicle” from anyplace whether I have been driving or not. That way I always new where either of them are regardless of where I am or the vehicles are. Today that function went away suddenly and my only choice is to ‘choose’ a location on a map that forces to my personal current location (phone location). For instance; my 2015 Traverse is currently located in Nashville, TN with my son. I am in Albany, GA on W Doublegate Drive. When I refresh the “Parked Location” of that vehicle it places it where I am; NOT where the vehicle is!! This is absolutely NOT what I need from the app and service! Fix it ASAP, please!
  • Nearly everything I could ask for

    By ilovemyvolt
    I would not pay to use this app, and would probably sell the car without the app. It wasn’t explained that there would be a cost for the app when I bought the car and I see a lot of upset users in the reviews. I called Onstar and was told I would have to pay to use the app when my trial period was ending this summer. We It wasn’t pretty. I finally found the document that showed that I don’t have to pay... yet. It’s free until 2023. Purchased my Volt in mid 2018. This nonsense of paying for limited use.. needs to end. Or at least make it a number that makes sense. The app is excellent for my needs and I don’t need any other services from Onstar. It’s a great service if you need it though. I haven’t used any other features than the below: Preheating is a big deal. The app works wonders and there is nothing better than getting into a warm car with a warm steering wheel to boot. Yes, it’s already cold here. Battery drain would be 1/10, if not plugged in. Improvement to the app maybe — if the car is set to charge by ‘best rate’ and I preheat the car in the am while plugged in, the car will not start charging and I lose 1/10 bat. It will if the charge setting is set to ‘immediate’. Pre-cooling is a very nice feature. Checking charge level is important. Nothing worse than forgetting to plug in, but being able to check the status saves a walk. Unlocked the car remotely once. That was pretty cool.
  • Lots of potential here

    By Djinmn57
    Number 1: There's an app for my car! How cool is that? It doesn't really do anything yet. I just got a Bolt, and there is no correlation between what the app says and real life. In fact, I was traveling, thought "hey, it would be really cool to check on my car back home". The app told me that the car was dead, and offered to help me call roadside service. I was pretty concerned, I called OnStar and they told me I had probably left the lights on. I mentioned that a 60 kWh battery probably would be ok with the lights on for a day or two, but he said, "you'd be surprised", that it probably was indeed dead, and there was nothing that they could check to verify. When I got home it was fine, fully charged, just as I had left it. I'd really rather they didn't have features that are so blatantly misleading, but there must be some sort of intention to get it to work. This could be really cool someday.
  • Loving My Chevy App/OnStar

    By Mz Beaded Treasures
    I’m enjoying the app and it’s features. Unfortunately the remote functions randomly disappear periodically when tech support happens to not be available. After calling OnStar (Tech Department was closed) and expressing my concern the app miraculously displayed the OnStar features again but minus the remote features. I received it as a complimentary perk so for now I won’t complain however I plan to keep the more affordable plan when the time comes time to renew, and I hope everything will function as it is designed and I am paying for it to do. Developers: People read reviews to get a feel for the product as you know and if it’s showing a lot of negative reviews that seem to never change we save our money and do without the headache!! Great App just fix it.....
  • The application works as advertised

    By bigwig8
    This is a great app overall, but it still has one thing that keeps it from being a perfect application. I use it all the time to control my automatic start up open doors, etc. The biggest drawback of this application is that you still have to put in your passcode every single time you perform an action on your Apple Watch. I understand that the passcode is necessary for all actions on the iPhone, but if your Apple Watch is already authenticated when you first Place it on your wrists, then why do you need to add an additional passcode just to turn on your car? The fact that he keeps asking for a passcode is what makes the Watch application less efficient and annoying. Why doesn’t the Apple Watch version of this application bypass The need for a passcode on the app itself? This is why I cannot give it five stars. It’s just plain silly and redundant.
  • Getting Worse

    By Diphthong617
    The app by and large does what it says. However, if you turn off location services, the app brings up modal dialogs complaining about this fact, several times, every time you try to do anything in it. It renders it borderline unusable. I’ve got to imagine this is against some Apple terms of app development, as no other app I’ve ever used has been nearly so obnoxious if a setting is disabled. If the developers would fix this, check for the missing location services data only when the user asks for a feature that needs it, and checks only once every time the feature is requested, I think you’ll have a much more usable app. I’m not even getting started on the questionable decision to try include advertisements in this app. I bought a compatible car, so from that angle I spent an off a lot of money for this app already. Increasingly I have to tell people that I bought the car *in spite of* OnStar.