Torque Lite is The best free OBD application I've used, by far. There are ads, but they are NOT obnoxious like many other free apps. Doesn't work on many Chrysler Corp vehicles 1990s - 200x, and Diesel support is somewhat limited though. Thanks to "Ian Hawkins" Please keep on coding!
Have the lite version as I'm borrowing my friends panlong blue obd2 reader and I was using the app today and noticed the speed was reading slower and slower the faster I went, rpms were a little off but I noticed i seemed to be getting 30 or so mpg, that does not sound right to me bc I was driving and having fun but yet it was going higher and higher.. other than that the app is easy to use and good for a free version.
I tried all of the apps on the market, and this is the best one out there. It takes time to customize the screens, but worth the effort. I've just splurged for the paid version. Well worth it!
I love the product I just can't get the unit's to change for instance the Fahrenheit miles per hour and the PSI I've uninstalled it and reinstalled but it still does the same thing is there an update for this
Add this... GPS odometer versus car computer odometer to see if the car is going faster or slower than what is reported. I know my car goes 77mph when it says it's going 80mph. Thus the car has more miles on it that what it says.
Works okay. Doesn't properly use all of my 18:9 screen, would be nice to resize displays that are already added, and requires way too much time to hold-press to get the add/remove/move options
* Faster start up of app
* Fix a few more issues with blank screen when starting
* Update to allow BLE adapter connectivity
* Security fix in trip exporter
* Bluetooth select dialog is easier to use
Check/clear engine codes, view performance data, fuel economy, customize gauges.
All-in-one OBD2 app for ELM327: OBD scanner, car diagnostic, ELM checker &