• App Category: Travel
  • Release Date: 2013-05-30
  • Current Version: 2.2.0
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 72.99 MB
  • Developer: PNN SOFT
  • Compatibility: Android, iOS 9.0
App Ratings: 3.5
Based on 150 Reviews

inCarDoc App Description

inCarDoc provides a quick and easy way to communicate with your vehicle’s on-board diagnostic system and turn your mobile phone into a highly capable automotive scanner. Simple Application allows reading real-time and stored parameters from ECU of OBD-II compliant cars. The App supports data reading from the cars with one ECU. Several ECU data reading is also possible but the data may be unstable (this feature will be upgrated soon). Features: - Real-time engine & vehicle parameters: speed, rotation, temperature, pressure, lambda and multiple other sensors’ data supported by your car - Read diagnostic trouble codes - Clean trouble codes (turn off Check Engine, MIL) NOTE!!! Avoid simultaneous running of multiple OBD reading applications, be sure that other applications are not keeping live OBD connection. NOTE!!! To launch car OBD system to mobile phone one needs OBD-II Wi-Fi cable or Wireless OBD2 Adapter. NOTE!!! Continued use of GPS running in the background can dramatically decrease battery life. Configuration 1.Plug the OBD-II Wi-Fi cable to your car's OBD-II port (usually it required to be within 2 feet (0.61 m) of the steering wheel). 2.At your iPhone device, in the Settings, chose connect to Wi-Fi network. 3.Once connected to Wi-Fi network, click the small blue arrow to go to the advanced settings for it. 4.Set the IP Address to Static. 5.Configure the IP address to and the Subnet Mask to Then, go back and exit the settings. 6.In application, you may be asked to enter the following information on settings screen: IP Address: Port: 35000 7.Start your car. Enjoy reading information on your mobile device. PRO version is now available as in-app purchase. inCarDoc PRO: - allows real time parameters recording - read, display, read multiple parameters simultaneously - recording parameters in background mode (for Kiwi3, Vgate bluetooth low energy adapters) - view and send recorded parameters traces - GPS support - Upload recorded data to server (beta version) - fuel economy statistic screen We also recommend a short video to learn how to set up the application - Please, send your questions and suggestions at emails: - -


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App Reviews

  • Is any version capable of showing wheel sensor speed at each wheel??

    By 80' lover
    Is any version capable of showing wheel sensor speed at each wheel. Trying to figure out which sensor is bad Thanks

    By Oraq88
    I bought the pro version but the interface is not good and always disconnect. Not worth a penny.
  • Terrible non user friendly non intuitive app

    By carguyfuckyou
    Never in my life have I had to go to YouTube for instructions on an application and still be non successful. I can not scan my car for codes, I cannot set dynamic parameters despite buying pro version. And lack of customer service is not a help.
  • Won’t let me add a new car

    By Knhoriuchi
    I used this about a year ago and it worked great. Now it won’t let me add a new car. I checked for updates and there aren’t any.
  • Worked like a champ

    By Vince302
    Found 02 sensors bad on my Tahoe. Bought new ones installed them and cleared codes.
  • Mpg

    By The__Sage
    Does not accurately portray mpg
  • Crashes on open

    By Finalruner
    When connected to a WiFi OBD II the app refuses to open
  • Connected but never got passed initiation

    Just hangs on “start init protocol” after connecting to WIFI
  • Delighted!

    By LennyPal
    Am delighted to find an app that works the first time although it may be user error for the first few apps I've tried. But one thing that this app does that none of the others offer is the ability to clear codes without having to pay. Seems most others are just offering the app for free to install but requires the paid version to do anything. I wish those people would clearly state that so I don't have to keep trying apps. Skeptical at first that this will be another disappointment but so far it is working and doing what I need it to do.
  • Works okay but doesn’t have my vehicle’s info

    By calebjoshua93
    I have a 1999 ford ranger with the 4.0 ohv. That have the 2001 up which is the 4.0 soc. But anyone with a ranger or an expedition or a B series pickup from the 90’s and 2000 should avoid this. That’s a lot of people! This year ranger set record sales for ford.