The good and the bad. Reviews.
Editor's note: This post has been updated in March 2020.
I wanted to write few words about the app store (Apple App Store / Google Play) reviews. We’ve been pleased to notice that most of you have been extremely satisfied with OBD Auto Doctor mobile app. But of course there have been a few not so pleasing reviews. We hope that you realize that we have no means to contact you. We don’t get your e-mail address or other details. We’d be more than happy to try to solve any issues that you might have with the software so if you have questions or issues, please contact us using other media.
Please also take into consideration that when you read 1-star reviews from others, they might be devious rivals that want to influence the app ranking. We’ve tested the app over and over again and really believe in it. I suggest that you download the free version to your phone and make the conclusions yourself. I also recommend that you get the version first and try the connectivity with your car. If the free version works, then the paid version will also work and the other way around. We are glad to assist you on any connectivity issues.
If you, for any reason, have issues with the connection, please consider and check the following:
- have you turned the car key to ON position?
- is the scantool adapter tested to be compatible? (check here)
- are you sure your car is OBDII compatible? (check here)
If you have used the software successfully with your car, please leave a positive review because others might find it useful. We are dedicated to work hard and make the OBD2 software work on every compatible car. If you encounter any issues, please don’t hesitate to contact us. We will read and reply to your message.
Okay folks, that’s all about the reviews, hope you enjoy the software!