Porsche has launched a charging app for its electric vehicles on Apple iOS and Android.

Porsche also recently announced that its first-ever all-electric vehicle will be called the Taycan (and not the Mission E). The new Porsche app, called Porsche Charging Service, will allow users to find the nearest charging point based on the driver’s location using its proprietary navigation system, with details on charging costs and a QR code functionality or a “Porsche ID card” linking to chargers to complete payment.

In addition, users will be able to use the app across multiple currencies and countries, avoiding the need to create different logins based on operator. It will be available for all users regardless of make and model.

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“In addition to fascinating vehicles, building a customer-friendly charging infrastructure is the key to achieving long-term success for electromobility,” says Detlev von Platen, executive board member of sales and marketing. “With the Porsche Charging Service, we are offering our customers a central digital platform that simplifies every aspect of the charging process. As a result, it is even easier to integrate charging into everyday life.”

At the moment, the charging service app is activated in Germany, Switzerland, Denmark, Belgium, Finland, the Netherlands, and Australia, with a €2.50 ($2.94) monthly fee with an upfront 1-year subscription required. There are also plans to expand to other markets over the next year.