If you own a Hyundai car and an Apple Watch, you just got some new functionality between the two: the ability to remotely control your vehicle from your wrist.

The Android Wear version of the Hyundai's Blue Link app, which launched earlier this year, allowed people to start/stop their engine, lock/unlock car doors, activate headlights and the horn, locate their car, and phone for roadside assistance. Now, the Apple Watch app has become available, giving drivers similar capabilities over their Hyundai vehicles.

The Watch-compatible Blue Link app is now in the iOS App Store and actually has all of the same features found in the Android Wear version. They can even be activated by voice. Voice control allows you to say things like "start my car" or "find my car" instead of requiring you to manually tap your way through an interface.

To use Apple Watch version, you must also have iPhone, a Blue Link subscription, and a vehicle compatible with the platform. The new Blue Link app works with all Blue Link-equipped cars, extending back to the 2012 Sonata.

The app is free to download.

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