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About this app

For use with Command Electronics' LevelMatePRO Wireless Vehicle Leveling System, this app allows the user to easily level their towable trailer with speed and accuracy. Great for travel trailers, 5th wheel trailers, motor homes, horse trailers, racing trailers, mobile medical units and food vending vehicles.

The LevelMatePRO app interfaces with the LevelMatePRO module installed inside the trailer using Bluetooth and provides the user with side to side and front to rear level adjustment information. It automatically calculates the required location and height necessary to bring the vehicle into a leveled state. Once installed and configured, simply pull the vehicle to the desired setup location and open the app. The LevelMatePRO app will show where height adjustment is needed side to side and front to rear.

For side to side adjustment, use spacers or a ramp under the indicated wheel by the specified amount. When the side to side indicator turns green, your level side to side. Use the trailer's front jack to adjust the front to rear level. When the front to rear indicator turns green, your level front to rear.

LevelMatePRO also can be used to record the front height required to clear the hitch when disconnecting from a tow vehicle. Simply disengage the hitch, jack up the trailer to a point that clears the hitch and click the Save Hitch Position button. When you are ready to reconnect, start the LevelMatePRO app and click the Recall Hitch Position button. Raise or lower the front jack until the screen shows 0 distance and the indicator turns green. Your trailer is now at a position where it is ready to be connected to your tow vehicle.

Note: You must possess a LevelMatePRO module for this app to operate completely. Go to www.command-electronics.com for information on how to purchase your LevelMatePRO module.
Updated on
Apr 27, 2022

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Ratings and reviews

174 reviews
Christopher Quanstrom
June 22, 2020
Very good app if you dont mind sharing your location all the time. There is a little learning curve figuring out what its displaying, a few uses and it gets better. My TT is right on level much faster now. My big complaint is requiring to share your location even when app is not in use, there is no reason to share this information with this company. I turn off permissions after each use. Setting hitch height is useful, but not usually worth the time to set and retrieve most of the time.
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Mike L
September 22, 2020
The old LevelMate app worked better. This version is really slow to connect sometimes. I've replaced the battery in my LevelMate, so I know that's not the problem. I think it might have to do with camping in areas with week or no cell service. The biggest problem with this app is that it disconnects from the hardware if I turn the screen off. When you're trying to adjust the jacks, you need 2 hands. I don't want to set my phone in the dirt. I also don't like that it needs location access.
19 people found this review helpful
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A Google user
September 9, 2019
So far so good. It helps find the levelest spot when pulling in with a Class A but is not useful after dropping the jacks for stability. The jacks move in pairs, both front, both rear or both side. The "inches off level" doesn't translate very well into jack pushbuttons. Because we have an absorption fridge (Norcold) it needs to be level within 3 degrees. Adding a "degrees off level on each axis" would make this app perfect. Then I wouldn't need to keep walking back and forth to see the level.
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What's new

- Angle measurement feature
- Updated Terms and Conditions
- Bugs fixing and improvements