Virtual Dyno Mobile

87 reviews
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About this app

The reliability and accuracy of Virtual Dyno on your desktop is now available as a mobile app! Simply connect your OBD II Bluetooth adapter and monitor pids, generate dyno graphs, check your vehicle’s trouble codes and more. (ELM-327 bluetooth adapter required) To purchase an adapter:

- Monitor PIDs such as RPM, engine load, timing, and air temps just to name a few
- Create dyno graphs, compare graph overlays, and send/share your graphs
- Monitor your vehicle’s gas mileage real time as you drive
- Analyze and reset trouble codes

There is more to come in future releases. Stay 'tuned'.
Updated on
Aug 26, 2023

Data safety

Safety starts with understanding how developers collect and share your data. Data privacy and security practices may vary based on your use, region, and age. The developer provided this information and may update it over time.
No data shared with third parties
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This app may collect these data types
App info and performance
Data is encrypted in transit
Data can’t be deleted

Ratings and reviews

86 reviews
Dan H.
August 16, 2020
Accidentally deleted previous review when updating.. here's the update. (I had issues with spikes, unclean logs. Brad replied suggesting wheel spin or bumpy roads) Brad, thank you for the reply. I updated the review to 3 stars if nothing else, for the fact that you are here and willing to help. I would suggest a link within the app to contact you by email etc with issues. I have done many trials and its just not getting me clean results but it's certainly a possibility that it's my fault... I WILL say, for the price its worth a try, given the number of people who have had success.
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Tomas Kr
August 30, 2021
Interface is unclear. Bluetooth connection to OBD2 device doesn't work. Main Dyno feature doesn't work. Cannot see if the Bluetooth device is connected correctly. Waste of money and fuel trying to get it to work. Doesn't even keep the screen on while using the app. A basic feature for car data logging apps. I have two OBD2 dongles, one which works perfectly with torque pro and the other for OBDeleven. Both working as expected in the other apps that does connection management correctly.
5 people found this review helpful
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May 26, 2024
Sadly I could not get the app to work, or recognise the throttle. I don't think it was the apps fault, but my 2006 Nissan uses k-line protocol which most car data apps don't work with.
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