Add a folding CarPlay display to your ride for just $96


Equip any car with a voice-activated touchscreen for under $100.
Don't suffer without CarPlay. This affordable touchscreen is easy to install.
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Got a car that needs an Apple CarPlay screen? The easiest (and cheapest) way to add CarPlay (or Android Auto) to an older car is to add an aftermarket touchscreen display.

CarPlay puts Apple Maps, Apple Music, podcasts and much more right on your dashboard. This 6.8-inch folding touchscreen is your cheap ticket to the CarPlay party — it’s on sale for just $95.99 (regularly $159).

Add an Apple CarPlay screen for less than $100

If you’ve never used CarPlay (or seen it in action), you might not know how useful it is. It puts vital information and entertainment at your fingertips. (You also can use Siri to get directions, play songs, make phone calls, etc.) It’s awesome, especially when you’re driving in areas you don’t know, and it’s definitely the future of in-car infotainment.

While many new cars come with CarPlay built-in, you don’t need to go without it if yours doesn’t. In fact, you don’t even need to deal with yanking out your old car stereo or cobbling together a DIY CarPlay setup.

An easy-to-install aftermarket touchscreen for almost any car

For less than $100, this folding CarPlay screen offers all the functionality you expect from a built-in display. However, it’s more versatile, since you get to decide where to place it. And it’s much easier to install. The sturdy ABS screen comes with adhesive backing if you prefer it on the dash, or a suction cup mount that secures it to the windshield. Either way, it folds up for protection when not in use.

You also get to decide how you want to use it once installed. As mentioned, it’s compatible with both CarPlay and Android Auto, which means you can pair it with your existing smartphone and get safe access to your apps on the go. That includes GPS mapping, of course, but also messaging and entertainment through your favorite music or podcast providers. There’s even a TF card slot that you can use to play downloaded movies for the kids on the 1024×600 HD screen.

You can access all this functionality with a tap or two, or use your voice assistant to issue hands-free commands. It also offers rear-view camera support, and it works with almost any kind of vehicle or input. You can plug in through your aux port, connect to Bluetooth, or even use FM transmission. And the 7-32V DC power setup makes it compatible with most trucks and RVs.

Save on a folding touchscreen that’s compatible with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto

Slam the brakes on driving without an Apple CarPlay screen. Get this 6.8-inch foldable touchscreen car display on sale for just $95.99 (regularly $159).

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