She got my pants off then tells me I gotta pay to play App seems to work but after I got it set up to my car I found out that it's just a 30 minute trial...
Not bad for the price I had a malfunction light/code that DashCommand did not detect and could not clear. A mechanic with a very expensive OBD reader found the source of the error code (right rear brake caliper pressure) and reset it.
Lots of gauges and live information. Expect to pay $9.95 JUST to activate the app, and an additional $9.95 per vehicle for the enhanced parameters. (If they support that year of vehicle) No ABS support or other code types, even when competitors can support such codes. They want you to "upgrade" to the high end PC software for that. Personally i wanted this for code reading and reset and consider the live stats a plus. I'm more then happy to pay the cost, but i really expected to be able to read ABS and other systems, not just bare bones codes. If the programmers are listening, i'll more then happily update my review to 5 stars if and when you get ABS and other code reading abilities into the app. You may also want to consider adding an exit button, using the phones back button on the main screen to exit, isn't very intuitive.
Well worth the $10 Works great with an OBDLink LX, trouble free and slick. Not being up front about the $10 cost was silly, but well worth it so no biggie. Being able to download the DashXL editor for free to create custom skins is awesome.
This app was great at 1st, but a few weeks later now they want you to upgrade the app $9.99 and its not even through the app store..
No Australian vehicles Please add Australian vehicles to the supported vehicles register i have had to research European equivalents to General Motors Holden and Ford Australia when these are added five stars will be given.
Fix for FTDI USB devices that will not connect (OBDLink SX)
Fix a crash that can happen on startup