Transform your Android device into a customizable display and monitoring system. DashCommand puts you in control - Monitor and data log engine and vehicle performance, fuel economy, and instantly read and clear troublesome check engine lights, all with the easy to use DashCommand app. This app also features a professional skidpad showing lateral and accel/braking Gs with min/max indicators, a race track that visually maps out your location, acceleration and braking as you drive laps around the track, an inclinometer that shows rolling angle and vehicle pitch for off-roading, and the ability to data log, record and playback log files showing OBD-II and acceleration data. DashCommand is a SEMA Show 1st runner-up for best mobile electronics product and four-time SEMA Global Media Award winner! DISCLAIMER: DashCommand requires a compatible third-party hardware interface, purchased separately, to communicate with the vehicle. DashCommand supports all OBD-II and EOBD compliant vehicles sold worldwide. Please verify that your vehicle is OBD-II/EOBD compliant before purchasing! Not all OBD-II compliant vehicles will have support for all of these parameters. Manufacturer-specific data is available for select vehicles, through In-App purchase. OBD-II Hardware compatibility: Auto Meter DashLink, PLX Kiwi 3 and Kiwi 4, OBDLink MX+, ELM compatible WiFiand , GoPoint BT1 Watch a video on DashCommand: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y12tbLmf_J0 For suggested hardware, see: http://palmerperformance.com/hardware
So with the singular exception of a 1989 MGB, which is way to old for OBDII or any ECU, this app has worked on every car in the family over the past few years. It provides monitoring, tracking and vital info any user can appreciate. Just being able to manage error codes and clear them is with the cost. Get it, grab an inexpensive ELM327 compatible ODBII scanner and try it you are unlikely to regret it.
Went to plug in today and Appel won’t let it download?
works great, worth the price
I wish I could get a refund
The app struggles to connect with the WiFi OBD2 dongle, sometimes taking 4-5 minutes to complete a connection. The app also fails to recognize my account after an IOS update on my iPhone, then proceeds to ask for additional purchases (that had already been made) in order to provide any info about stored trouble codes.
What could have been a simple apology on Palmer Performance’s part turned into “will only work with older iPhones” (NOT true) to “your dongle is obsolete” (also not true.) Palmer’s own website states that both iOS and my specific dongle are supported, but tech support (which I suspect knows nothing about the specifics about the app, or the OBD2 and ELM327 protocols) basically just made up excuses as to why their app does not work when pretty much every other OBD2 in the App Store does. Not only do I not recommend this app, but am now looking for an alternative to DashXL, and will suggest to others to not buy Palmer Performance products, at all.
Just work to read the codes, but to watch live data it doesn’t work, I want my money back
Works very well. Wish the DTC function was like OBD fusion and need to add ability to save my custom gauges to cloud to download after all the work into custom gauges. I know you can do dashboard customizing and upload but need to make gauges/pages able to be backed up, unless that’s hidden somewhere
This is the best obd2 app for use with pretty much all generic obd2 scanners. Tons of info, custom dashboards, extended parameters by year and manufacturer (ford, gm, ect. they’re an extra 10$ but it’s worth it). Along with that, customer service is top notch.
Head this scanner on my Android phone works perfect try to put on my I phone paid $9:99 for the app and it doesn’t work nothing come up can’t Connect with Bluetooth or wi-fi the app is junk for iPhone need too refund the money back to me