Torque Lite (OBD2 & Car)

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3.6
47.8K reviews
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About this app

See what your car is doing in realtime, get fault codes, sensor data and more!

An OBD II engine ECU diagnostics tool that uses a cheap bluetooth ELM / OBD adapter to connect to your car OBD2 engine management system

Some features include:

* Shows and Resets engine fault codes / DTC trouble codes stored in your car

* Can export map/track log files to Google Earth KML / CSV

* Engine performance data(0 to 60, 0-100, quarter mile, etc) (full version)

* Head up Display / GPS HUD mode perfect for checking your speed at night

* Data Logging functions including web upload and file logging, you can even upload data to your own web server from sensors you choose

* Customisable dashboard with theme support - setup the dashboard with the gauges and dials that you want

* Can help you fix your car and helps keep car repair costs down!

* Turbo Boost gauge support for VW vehicles (in Pro version only)

* MPG for Petrol/Gasoline vehicles. (Pro version has diesel support)

This is the free/basic version - it lets you get a feel for the application and lets you find out if it works with your vehicle / obd2 adapter combination; but may contain some small bugs including not working on some nissan/chrysler/subaru ECUs. The paid version has support for more vehicles and ECU types, looks a lot nicer, and works with more cars / trucks

The paid version has more features (HorsePower,Torque, 0-60 , quarter mile tests, graph data, map / track views) + no adverts and exra dial/display types! and better ABS / Knock sensor support, Transmission temperature support for some makes of car / trucks (GM / Ford, etc), and Turbo Boost on many more vehicles (including VW)

Works on vehicles made by Ford, GM/Vauxhall/Opel, Chrysler, Mercedes, Volkswagen, Audi, Jaguar, Citroen, Peugoet, Skoda, Kia, Mazda, Lexus, Daewoo, Renault, Mitsubishi, Nissan, Honda, Hyundai, BMW, Toyota, Seat, Dodge, Jeep, Pontiac, Subaru and many more vehicle makes, European, US, Far East, etc. Some vehicle ECUs may support more/less features than others.

**PLEASE NOTE!** Any reports of hanging or freezing after quitting the app is due to a bug in the HTC Evo 4G and Galaxy Tab, this can be triggered by using the Pandora/Vlingo/Aldiko bluetooth enabled apps. Disabling Pandoras new bluetooth settings fixes the problem, but HTC/Samsung need to release a fix. Please contact their support and encourage them to fix, Thanks!

The pro version supports USB ELM adapters which are use 'Prolific' or 'FTDI' chips

* Update: A freeze/hang workaround has been found after a great amount of effort and is available in the full version in the General Preferences settings!
Updated on
Jan 13, 2018

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3.6
47.8K reviews
Nicholas Freedman
February 13, 2022
It mostly works. But it's also four years outdated and the interface is a holdover from the dawn of android. Very difficult to use this app, ten years out of date, on a modern phone. It produced some of the info I needed from my vehicle. It wants me to buy the pro version for the info I really need but I'll try to find an alternative that isn't older than the dinosaurs. Updated review: almost impossible to use with a modern phone, even exiting the app is difficult. Left files all over my phone.
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A Google user
November 10, 2018
Pretty good so far just got a bluetooth adapter to use this with and it was a bit confusing with the dials and display. I do think a standard setup should be used to give users an example of what they could do with the app. But it is the free version. I didn't see a tutorial "may have missed it" I like it enough to buy the paid version after I test it for a few days.
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Matthew
August 11, 2021
Good for a dashboard, especially for later-model vehicles. I uninstalled this app, because I bought the paid version. The $5 is well worth it. The free app is just a taste. You have two hours to try the paid version to request an easy refund, so buy it when you have time to hook up to your vehicle, and maybe even go for a drive while logging data. I'm using the OBDLink MX+ as an interface and it works great. It shows ads, but they're at the bottom and not really intrusive. Could be worse.
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What's new

* 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