Shift Light for Torque Pro

3.8
461 reviews
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About this app

Requires Torque Pro App! This is not a standalone app you can start from the Home Screen!!!

A first 3rd party plug-in for the amazing Torque Pro.

A plug-in for the Torque application. Shows the shifting points in 4 different ways - LEDs, bars, entire screen and a sudden flash.

Select your shift point color
Select how your lights are drawn among more than dozen ways!

Before using, open the menu and select 'Shift RPM' option. This will open a dialog where you can enter an RPM value at which the app will use visual cues to inform you that you should shift.

For reasons unknown to me, Google had removed the Pro version from the store. As a result, I've made it available for free. You can get the .apk here:
http://www.alexbakaev.com/
Updated on
Sep 25, 2011

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Ratings and reviews

3.8
461 reviews
Sand Junky
October 29, 2020
I have a Samsung 11 also have torque pro and I've used it for a couple years now and it works great as a mechanic I recommend it the pro is worth it for sure. How ever this shift light app is not working for me at the moment. I do not have my obd plugged in to my baja im just trying to get an initial set up going yet there is nothing being displayed when I select the shift light at the main torque menu just a grey screen that says shift light at the top. I've heald down my phones "menu" and "bac
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Brian Barnhart
May 19, 2020
Ok so back button and hold for RPM setting & Screen preference. And I'm just an average Joe. The LED is my fav. Set at 4000 rpms. Now I can drive my new cam like a 2 stroke! Totally necessary.. Alex! Let met help those stuck in 1st. gear. Load Torque Pro, load Shift light. You should see "0" rpms. Hit & hold back button. Look at bottom of screen! If you still can't see it, you don't need it!
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Jesse B
December 14, 2019
There is no way to access the Menu on my Google Pixel 2. Long holding the back button doesn't do anything either. It is a useless app at this point. Developer, I said that I already tried holding the back button...it doesn't work.
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Alex Bakaev
December 14, 2019
Well, that's unfortunate...

What's new

Thanks to people for rating. If you want to make a UI suggestion, please send me an email (alex.zxtt@gmail.com) with the details, as it's pretty hard to figure out what you'd like from a short comment. Also, the Pro version has more UI options (in addition to other cool things) - maybe you will like the Wave mode :)

Thanks!

0.9.9.3
- changed the debug mode to use incrementing, rather than random RPM value
- added one more display mode - outside in single