This app has generated a lot of income for this tech. Really admire the real-time PIDs.
Keeps disconnecting while logging I "upgraded" from a Veapeek $10 reader and Torque Pro app to this thing. It does the exact same thing as my original setup except this one will not stay connected. I have an 04 WJ. Just like Torque Pro it will give tid/cid warnings but does not tell you what it is. Apparently Chrysler keeps that stuff under wraps and won't share. This scan tool is okay when it works. I actually liked what I had before better. I would not purchase this again even if it did stay connected.
For the most part it does what it's supposed to but is buggy. Dashboard graphics look nice but you can't drag them, you can only position them by editing their coordinates (which are reversed in landscape mode). Says there's a firmware update for my OBDLink device but can't connect to download it even though my tablet is connected to wifi. Sometimes crashes when I select maps tab. Autoconndects on app launch, but if I turn off my car and start it again I have to manually reconnect the app to the OBDLink device. Considering it came free with the OBDLink it's not bad but I will end up paying for a less buggy app with more features.
This is perfect app, and you are able to see error codes and lot more. You can see dashboard with speedometer, temp, and more. My car is a "american" type, with MPH meter, I can set the Dashboard on my Android tablet to show Km/h, and have some other informations as well on the dashboard. I like this very much, but there is one thing I would like to have in the app. As soon as I turn of the car, and the OBDLink lost connection to the OBD unit, it would be nice if the app would stop work, and the screen would be able to turn off. It will save power on the tablet. Now I have to manually turn of the app, otherwise the next morning the tablet will already have drain the battery, because the app force screen to be on all the time. Another thing is that it would be nice if the app will give you some time to register. Now you are able to use the app only one time after installing. Next time you won't be able to connect to the OBD unit, unless registering first (without any warning), and sometime you haven't Internet-connection at that moment.... resulting that you cannot use the app that time.
Excellent. Works with my 2002 Lotus Esprit V8 I have this running on both my Samsung Galaxy Tab and my HTC Evo 4G paired to the OBDLink MX. The software looks very polished and ready to use "out of the box" (unlike Torque which requires some preparations to put gauges down first). AND it's FREE! when you purchase THE BEST OBDII device out there. Save yourself the hassle, spend the extra money and get the OBDLink MX. It has auto-shutoff so you leave it plugged in and not worry it'll drain your battery. It also sends data many times faster than the other
Used on 30 different cars. Works great. Works vastly better than anything else for the price. Next device/software that has this kind of capability is over $1k. I've used everything sold in auto parts stores and several computer software programs with various cables. Some of the computer programs come closer to this but are still more expensive and using a laptop is unwieldy compared to this. I'm using the OBDLink MX device with the app. Have also used several other apps with the device that expand the versatility of the device.
- Added support for importing user-defined PIDs from a CSV file.
- Fixed a bug that could cause the app to crash when editing gauge styles.
Check/clear engine codes, view performance data, fuel economy, customize gauges.