Not surprisingly, using Aha starts with an app. Look for and download the Aha Radio app like any other app to iOS and Android™ tablets and smartphones. It’s free!
Connect and Play
If you know how to select an FM station, you’ll be able to find your personalized content on Aha. Once your smartphone has the Aha Radio application, simply connect the phone with the Subaru vehicle audio system and all the functions can be managed from the system’s screen and controls.
Just plug in the USB for an iOs or pair an Android device (having registered it following instructions in your Owner’s Manual).
Once your device is connected, the Aha logo appears on the left side of the screen on the head unit, and the handset will show a Subaru Aha lockout logo.
Simply click and enjoy.
Location Based Service Stations (LBS)
Current services are for Hungry, Coffee, Traffic, Hotels, and Weather.
When using LBS, all the same information that appears on your mobile device appears on the head unit. Listen to the list of restaurants, hotels, or coffee shop favorites, or to the weather being read to you.
Where appropriate, choose a preferred location by touching the screen, which displays location details.
You also have the ability to call a restaurant to make a reservation or to navigate to it right from Aha.
To use the CALL feature for LBS, Bluetooth®2 hands-free must be paired in advance.
Once your mobile device is connected to your audio system head unit, you can access any of your presets on Aha directly from the head unit.
When viewing a podcast, accessing streaming Internet radio, or listening to an audio book or the news, the display automatically will provide the controls that allow you to change tracks, skip forward, rewind, pause, or list items.
Access Your Social Media
When using Aha to access your Facebook® or Twitter account, Aha will convert postings on your wall or on your Twitter feed to audio messages that are read to you in the order in which they were last posted.
1 Aha is a trademark of HARMAN International Industries, Inc.
2 Bluetooth is a registered trademark of Bluetooth SIG, Inc.