Connects great with my Bluetooth obd dongle, has a lot of useful data monitoring for a free system, the gauges and data seem to work well and are very responsive. It's nice that you can customize themes. However the interface is completely broken. I don't even know how to describe what's happening. It's like it's zoomed in. I can only see part of any gauge on any page no matter what size I make it. The picture I uploaded as a background only shows a zoomed in top corner. It's bizarre. Would be a 5 star app if the display wasn't destroyed.
Good at identifying and clearing fault codes Contacted the developer with a question about mpg on my diesel car and whether the Pro version would be accurate. The free version certainly isn't and by a long way. Would have been nice to have received a reply to help me decide whether to fork out for the paid version. I won't take the chance as I am not prepared to buy, run out the house and drive round for a few minutes, run back in and uninstall for a refund if it doesn't. Credit for developing the app. Poor show on customer service.
Does Boost Gauge works for Supercharger? Haven't tested it yet waiting for my obd Bluetooth but am wondering if the Boost Gauge can measure boost on my SuperCharger Mercedes E 55 AMG Supercharger w211? Or only for Turbo engines. That And AIT is what interest me most right now. Going pro right away if it can measure boost but can I test that with just the Lite Version before I buy Pro? I wish details Lite vs Pro was more clear
Too outdated Ui, works marginally First of all, this user interface is outdated for like 5 years. It's clearly made for Android 2.0 or something of the sort. It's badly usable and moving widgets is extremely inconvenient. Also regularly crashes on Android 6. The use itself is okay but doesn't display an awful lot about my Volkswagen
Great free version I was able to troubleshoot some engine issues I was having by downloading this app and logging engine data via a bluetooth OBDII module. I also have used it numerous times on a handful of different cars (VW, Volvo, Kia, Ford) to view/clear engine fault codes.
Bought pro on another account. Love the layout on the dashboard. Wasn't ever able to get any OBD connection on Dodge Caravan or Pontiac GT with pro or lite but works well on other vehicles. I bought a very cheap OBD adapter from eBay and it was worth it to get the testing with this app and a few others. SRS added with all OBD vehicles and this app would outshine what I think is bluedriver at 100.00 bucks a pop.. Great app. low cost!
Look for the pro version, it has many more features than the lite!
* Fixed connection issues some people were having. The Adapter may take a moment to find the correct protocol the first time it connects to the ECU.
Enable 'Faster Communications' in the settings to really speed up sensor updates!
Some of the cheap OBD2 adapters can have problems talking to the vehicle ECU for some manufacturers vehicles - if in doubt, check the adapter is working properly as some cheap ones can be problematic
Check/clear engine codes, view performance data, fuel economy, customize gauges.