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Does anyone know how or to whom I can submit a request for more apps for the Mazda Connect infotainment system? I'm a commuter and love my audio books and while I love the Stitcher and Pandora apps, I would LOVE to have and audiobook app (overdrive is a fave). The reason being is playing it through my bluetooth gives this awful deadspace sound that mean I have to up the volume to hear the book, but it doesn't drown out the deadspace and just amplifies it. I don't have this issue when playing music (googleplay) synced via blue tooth or with the other apps. So I'm thinking a dedicated app would probably get rid of this issue.
 

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They barely even have accessories available for the CX-3 yet, so i'm guessing you will have to wait a few months. Did you try plugging your phone in via the Auxiliary connector to see if that kills your white noise?
True. I haven't seen any accessories yet in the US. I'm waiting to see what the pricing will be on the armrest and the dealership I bought from owes me a trunk cover. I haven't tried the aux connector yet because the reason I wanted bluetooth was to get rid of all the cords in the car (save the charger). Using the bluetooth to play anything else (including my GooglePlay account and a different podcast app) doesn't give the same feedback as the one audiobook app. I'm going to try another before I reintroduce the dreaded cord to my car.
 

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Thanks for the additional info on the infotainment system. I'm hoping (fingers and toes crossed) that Mazda goes with Android auto in the future and that the infotainment system will be upgraded to that. It would be great to get in on that on the ground floor.
 
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