OBD Auto Doctor

OBD Auto Doctor

By Creosys

  • Category: Utilities
  • Release Date: 2014-09-07
  • Current Version: 3.3.2
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 33.43 MB
  • Developer: Creosys
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 9.0 or later.
  • App Ratings:
    4/5 ( 302 Reviews)
  • Price:
    Free
OBD Auto Doctor App Ratings: 4
4
From 302 Reviews
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OBD Auto Doctor App Description

OBD Auto Doctor is the leading OBD2 car diagnostics tool in your pocket! Ever wonder why the check engine light or MIL keeps going on? Check and reset the trouble codes with OBD Auto Doctor. With this OBD2 diagnostic app, you can communicate with your car's OBD-II system quick and easy, and turn your mobile into a highly capable automotive scanner. ▸ OBD Auto Doctor is an ideal app for everyone interested in getting to know their car better. Whether you want to monitor vehicle data in real-time or reset the "check engine" light, this is a must-have tool and the only OBD-II software you need! Capabilities and benefits: • Read readiness monitor status to make sure your car is ready for emissions testing • Read On-Board Diagnostic Monitors for advanced diagnostics • Read Diagnostic Trouble Codes (DTCs), Freeze Frame, and clear the codes and MIL • Monitor fuel consumption while you drive and save money on gas/diesel • View OBD-II parameter and sensor data in real-time to detect abnormalities • Monitor OBD-II sensor data in numerical or graphical presentation • Support for multiple electronic control units such as engine, transmission, etc. Some additional features: • Send diagnostic data via email • Record and send sensor data via email as .csv format • Read Vehicle Identification Number, Calibration Identifications and Calibration Verification Numbers of ECU • Build-in DTC database with over 18000 trouble codes including thousands of manufacturer specific codes • Support for both imperial (English) and metric units Check the Quick Start Guide to get started: • WiFi adapters: https://www.obdautodoctor.com/OBD-Auto-Doctor-Quick-Start-Guide-iPhone-WiFi.pdf • Bluetooth adapters: https://www.obdautodoctor.com/OBD-Auto-Doctor-Quick-Start-Guide-iPhone-Bluetooth.pdf OBD Auto Doctor supports all cars sold worldwide that are compatible with OBD2 or EOBD. As a general guideline, your car is most likely to be OBD-II compliant if it fulfils one of the requirements listed below: • USA: All cars and light trucks manufactured since 1996 (OBD2) • EU, Gasoline: Registered in the EU after 1 January 2001 (EOBD) • EU, Diesel: Registered in the EU after 1 January 2004 (EOBD) • See https://www.obdautodoctor.com/faq for the OBD2 compatibility info for other countries NOTE: OBD Auto Doctor requires a separate ELM Wifi OBD2 adapter (ELM327 compatible scan tool) or Kiwi 3, Carista, Vgate, LELink, Viecar, Tonwon, Veepeak or MicroTech Bluetooth Low Energy adapter to communicate with vehicle. NOTE: Please notice that most of the features of the app require that your car supports them too. ▸ This app is free but to unlock all the features, a subscription is required. Check the app website for more information and differences between the versions. Under no circumstances will the developer of this application be held responsible for incidents resulting from the use and/or interpretation of the data in the application. If you have any issues or concerns, we are happy to help you out. Just send us e-mail to support@obdautodoctor.com. Visit the OBD Auto Doctor website for more information: https://www.obdautodoctor.com/ Legal: Duration and price of each subscription are shown in OBD Auto Doctor's storefront, updated at the time of purchase. The subscriptions are for OBD Auto Doctor Pro version for iOS platform. Payment will be charged to iTunes Account at confirmation of purchase. Subscriptions automatically renews unless auto-renew is turned off at least 24-hours before the end of the current period. Account will be charged for renewal within 24-hours prior to the end of the current period, and identify the cost of the renewal. Subscriptions and auto-renewal can be managed/turned off in the iTunes Account Settings. Terms of use: https://www.obdautodoctor.com/terms

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App Reviews

  • Fees to clear codes

    1
    By Funk Masta Moe
    You have to pay a monthly or yearly fee just to clear a code. What a joke
  • Limited Information

    1
    By Old gamer44
    Downloaded for my Foseal OBD2...which I’m returning. This recommended free app is just about worthless, and appears just to just be a way to push the paid PRO version.
  • Garbage

    1
    By GodUhWar
    Go with an alternative that doesn't think they are selling gold. To the devs, go get a real job and cut this "get rich quick" scheme
  • Does not work well with 2003 Jetta TDI

    1
    By CosmicChasm
    I bought this app to monitor MPG and a few other items, all of which are reading very inaccurate via this app.
  • Won't clear codes

    1
    By Davelee5
    I purchased the upgrade and after making a repair I couldn't clear the code to see if the repair worked. The app says the code is cleared but the check engine light never goes out. I am cancelling this app.
  • OBD Auto Doctor

    5
    By kasavy1
    Paid $21.39 can’t get it to do much - says I need PRO VERSION ONLY TELLS ME Coolant temp etc
  • No Bluetooth connection to Foseal OBS II

    1
    By Xjetjock_PhantomDriver
    “Failed to connect via Bluetooth to Foseal OBS II.
  • Better than a stand alone OBDII DTC reader

    4
    By longhall
    Ive used a lot of different OBDII scanners. From $30-$100 dollar devices. I still have several, the more expensive scanners come with their own expensive displays and cost in the hundreds of dollars. Why not use your already expensive iPad for your scanner display? Well this app makes it work. I’m getting far more information for diagnostics than a simple code reader/deletor costing three times as much. Just tried it out for the first time and immediately upgraded to the pro version. Only tried it out on one vehicle, Toyota Camry. Had to adjust a couple settings to get it to connect, once I did it seamlessly connects automatically now. I will have to wait and see how well it holds up but as of today I give it a big thumbs up.
  • Connection issues

    2
    By apta
    I tried these 4 apps: OBD Auto Doctor, iOBD2, OBD2 Expert, and Car Scanner. The adapter I used is a Kobra Wireless that uses WiFi to connect to an app. OBD Auto Doctor connected successfully once but then couldn't get it to do so again after half a dozen attempts. OBD2 Expert was a no-go from the start since it wanted several $s to even get to the connection window. iOBD2 did not connect successfully. The only thing the app shows is a little banner while attempting to connect and then shows Connection Failure. Only Car Scanner was able to connect everytime and provided LOTS (183 sensors) of useful information about the car and, importantly, for free. Although there are very unintrusive advertisements on the bottom of the screen, one can upgrade to the Pro version for a donation varying from $2.99 to 4.99 - your choice!
  • Not Satisfied At All

    1
    By ShelbyLt
    The description given of the “free app” is very misleading! I thought it would do much more than read codes. Also,the app did not connect the way the instructions said to, but I figured out how to get it connected. It is free, but they mislead you into expecting much more than a simple code reader. “Basic” won’t clear codes or show gauges as described! If they change the description I will be willing to rate them higher.

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