It seems to connect to my Xterra fine, but I have to close so many freekin ads I don't have time or get to actually use the app. Close ad, close ad, over and over. So I don't know how good it works. Not sure if I will pay for the Pro version cause I haven't got to test any PIDs. I am using Torque Pro now and I like it but it doesn't have all the right PIDs for my Xterra so half of them don't work. If I knew they worked on this app I would pay for it without hesitation.
Thought the free version of the app was better than the others that are available. The app was easier to setup the tests and functionality for overall use. One suggestion for future updates is something to store vehicle data such as maint records. Overall it's worth a try for the paid version to see if it lives up to my expectations.
Best app available for tuning my 05 Nissan Titan here in the USA. Was able to advance my base timing 2 degrees. No other app does that.
Rubbish waste of time.. absolutely useless free version so why would i pay for full version?
Doesn't let me do anything besides scan codes. Tried it on my bosses ford five hundred and no idle menu, tried it on a 2002 Honda and no idle menus .or as it says no option
Would not Bluetooth connect on any of three different phones
Fixed: Minor bug fixes
Check/clear engine codes, view performance data, fuel economy, customize gauges.
All-in-one OBD2 app for ELM327: OBD scanner, car diagnostic, ELM checker &