FIXD translates your car problems into simple understandable terms. Whenever you run into a problem, FIXD will give you the severity of the issue and the consequences of continued driving. FIXD also reminds you when your car needs maintenance to help extend the life of your vehicle. New feature: FIXD Premium! Need additional help diagnosing an issue? Call our hotline for help from a certified mechanic! Also includes: Emissions Pre-Check, Issue Forecast, Issue frequency, and more! Subscriptions to FIXD Premium are available for $8.99/month for 1 Month FIXD Premium, or $69.99/year for 1 Year FIXD Premium. FIXD Premium is an In-App-Purchase Charged to your iTunes account after your free trial expires, auto-renewing (renew price same as original purchase) 24h prior to expiry, managed in iTunes account settings, renewals must be canceled 24h before end of period. Unused free-trial period forfeit upon purchase. https://www.fixdapp.com/terms-of-service https://www.fixdapp.com/fixd-privacy-policy
i used to be able to use a lot of features like to clear the sensors with the app in order to force you to go premium they took everything away done buy it i deleted this app
The app asked for me to set location to Always so that its running in the background but that is not an option for this app under settings... because of this, I deleted and reloaded the app... now the premium settings are no longer available for use even though I paid a year subscription...I sent a message and received no response regarding this problem so I have deleted the app and cancelled my subscription... please issue a refund...
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I never even received my package instead they sent it to the wrong address and when asked to send me another one over all it took 20 days I still hadn’t received it after about a month over 20 emails one almost everyday and their replies were to wait for the package sometimes this happens and eventually after berating them with foul language I was able to get a result and get my refund which took over a week to process
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I purchased 2 of these gadgets for my cars. The worst App, they are trying to up sell there premium monthly service on every standard feature you try to use. The premium service sale screen pop up conspicuously on every feature tap you make. It is like they are trying to trick you into subscribing the monthly premium service. I will not buy this gadget.
Seriously. I've seen some bad apps in my day, but man - The UI and UX of this one takes the cake. What's worse is that being locked into the associated hardware means that I can't just delete this one and use a competitor's. Please just rebuild it at this point. I'll even help personally.
Automatic intentionally bricked my fully working device as part of their greedy planned obsolescence strategy. I refused to give them any more business so I jumped over to this. FIXD is so much better. I love the video content that clearly explains how to troubleshoot issues and the fact that they support multiple vehicles shows me they aren’t trying to purposely rip folks off to increase profits. Good on you!
I have been using this for years. Over the last few days it kept popping up with an offer for a free week trial for premium. I took the bait to make it go away and immediately got a notification from the bank that Apple debited me $80. Not cool. I canceled the subscription and contacted their support who are useless.
So I have to pay $60 for a device that I can buy for $10 under a different name?! Then, according to app store's description of the app, I have to pay either $7.99/mo or $59.99/year for the advertised features, but these shady folks actually have it set to $8.99/mo and $69.99/year! Go another route--there really are better and more affordable options. When did it become ok for companies to charge full or inflated market value for a product and then force those customers into memberships just to get the features that the company is basing its advertising on? Actually, according to the version of the UCC that I read, that, in my opinion, is an unfair and unconscionable business practice!