Real Time Metrics
Rev can monitor and record several vehicle metrics in real-time:
- Vehicle Speed (including 0-60 time)
- Fuel Consumption
- Engine Coolant Temperature
- Fuel Pressure
- and lots more! *
*Supported metrics are specific to vehicle make and model.
See our Features page for all the details.
Check Engine Light on?
Save a trip to the mechanic. Rev also reads and lists engine codes (like those responsible for your Check Engine/MIL light), and allows you to reset them as well!
Auto meets iPhone.
Rev communicates directly with your vehicle’s ECU via an OBD-II hardware device. The hardware sends your data to Rev wirelessly
AT&T released location based services app, AT&T Navigator for iPhone 3G and iPhone 3GS, with full audible and visual turn-by-turn navigation service. iPhone customers will enjoy map updates, speech recognition, ETA updates, business listings, real-time traffic alerts, one-touch rerouting and daily gas prices.
According to Mark Collins, vice president of voice and data products for AT&T Mobility and Consumer Markets,
QuickOffice will be released in April 2009 in the AppStore! Quickoffice is the first iPhone application to include robust document and spreadsheet editors, along with file access and content management functionalities.
Enabling quick editing on-the-go with an intuitive user interface, Quickoffice for iPhone offers a comprehensive range of functionality including font formatting, content selection, bullets and cut, copy and paste within Word documents. Users can also modify documents in landscape mode to leverage a wider keyboard.
Quickoffice for iPhone will be available in early April for an introductory price of $19.99. Quickoffice will also be launching separate applications to cater to an individual
Agile Messenger is a multi-protocol instant messaging client for mobile phones and provides a seamless connection to the public instant messaging networks of ICQ
Skype application (v18.104.22.168) for Apple’s iPhone has gone live. It’s absolutely free to download, Check this out
TinEye Mobile allows you to search for products using your mobile phone’s camera. Just take a photograph to start your search and view pricing and reviews for products.
Id?e’s first mobile release is TinEye Music and is for iPhones only. The next releases will include books, DVDs/movies and games as well as support for multiple smartphones.
TinEye Music is a great way to find out more about an album simply by taking a photo of it. Photograph any album cover and TinEye’s image identification system will recognize it and give you links for that album on iTunes, allmusic.com, YouTube, and Wikipedia. Listen to song samples, read album reviews and band bios, or buy music right from your iPhone, instantly. No need for typing.
Take a photo of an album to look it up online.
Using sophisticated pattern recognition algorithms, TinEye Music creates a unique visual
Say Where is now available on the App Store!
Say Where is the first iPhone application for voice-entry to popular websites for mapping, business search, and reviews. Instead of typing, iPhone users just speak any “place”
Back in April I wrote about the availability of fring on the iPhone
You may recall that fring is a VoIP application lets you use Skype, MSN, Google Talk, ICQ, Twitter, Yahoo!, and AIM clients to chat and instant message. Well, the good news is that fring is available now for free in the Apple App Store.
Fring team have added many new features to this version including