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GM discontinues once-promising Marketplace app that allowed you to shop while driving

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GM is ending its in-vehicle “Marketplace” app that allowed drivers to order and pay for goods and services such as gasoline or coffee through their vehicle.

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DETROIT – General Motors is ending its in-vehicle “Marketplace” app that allowed drivers to order and pay for goods and services such as gasoline or coffee through their vehicle.

GM had high expectations for the industry-first feature when it launched in late 2017, but it suffered from low usage rates and never grew into the full suite of features executives hoped it would.

The automaker decided to discontinue Marketplace starting next month following a recent evaluation of its services, according to GM spokeswoman Stephanie…



Source cnbc.com

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