I've got an ongoing issue with my ECU generating a fault code. I've used this app whilst stuck on the M6 motorway, no hard shoulder during morning rush hour. Instantly detected the fault code and cleared it. I was able to continue with my journey.
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.
Great app, minor improvement needed
Connects easily to my ELM with instant data readout. However, since I got 3 cars and all of theme has a Bluetooth ELM, I hope we can have vehicle profiles orelse everytime I have to input the displacement, weight and rpm of each different car. The interface looks good but I hope you can implement a hold/vibrate/rearrange model instead of the current hold/submenu/ type. Keep up the great work, if the next update has these features, ill be sure to get the full version.
Very, very happy with the Lite version. Looking forward to getting Pro. Connects quickly and robustly via Bluetooth to my BAFX dongle. Most sensors work great! Unfortunately, my vehicles don't provide data for some gauges, but Torque Lite works great!
This is the killer app. It has literally everything you need. Very stable, intuitive, and fast. Some of the interfaces could be improved...for example it's a pain to move or add a display/widget (too many steps).
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
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.
Worked first time
Fitted a Bluetooth OBD sensor, installed this app and immediately viewed the fault code, hit web lookup and confirmed the most common EMU fault for this vehicle. It even told me which cylinder was misfiring. Fantastic.
Bought a cheap Bluetooth adapter through eBay. Torque took only a few seconds to gather data once paired and is unbelievably accurate. Installed the app as just finishing an engine replacement but has already proven it's worth in reading the faults of some other motors. Well worth it even if you're just curious. P.s. if the Bluetooth adapter doesn't show in the list of devices, make sure it's paired in android then force close torque. With it still paired, reopen torque and will there.
I have only one gripe with this app. Do I really need a notification of a Bluetooth big that doesn't affect my phone every single time I start the app? Once is sufficient, isn't it?
Works great on my 2014 Hyundia using a cheap $20.00 ELM327 interface and Samsung note 4 via Bluetooth connection. I am very impressed how stable it runs. I tried several other apps with no sucess. I am definetly going to buy the pro version with a better interface.
Flexible, comprehensive interface
I compared a half dozen similar apps and this came out on top. Lots of choices for display type and location... you can easily customize for your.personal needs. I use mine to monitor my fuel consumption on every trip. Connects quickly, intuitive interface. It does everything I had hoped it would. And if it doesn't, I just reconfigure it.
A Google User
Great for a free lite app
I cannot get the lite version to read in degrees F instead of C regardless of how many times I check and uncheck the box in settings/units. Same thing with km/h and miles per hour .... Stuck on km/h .... Need deg F and mph
Useful but clunky
Lacks basic features like resizing dials/gauges and moving them to other tabs, requiring you to delete and recreate it as desired. Just means it takes a bit longer to set up as desired. Allows a reasonable number of logged items for a free version. I'll consider the pro version once I test it out further.
I have used this app with multiple odbII devices that were all cheap ELM devices I bought on Amazon for around $10, and it has worked flawlessly with all of them. The only car model I had trouble with was Chrysler Sebring, but nothing would read them, not even at the parts stores... The only little issue o have is that the all displays display doesn't display standard, only metric...