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Best Touch Screen Layout

Discussion in 'Model S' started by scottflys, Feb 23, 2017.

  1. scottflys

    scottflys Member

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    So here is how my Touch Screen looks most days. Don't use the NAV that much and don't like the Rear Camera View, so found this App that is formatted to fit the Tesla Web Browser, in fact I found two different apps. The one I use most works well, however doesn't update as often as the other one, but it looks nicer. You can of course hit the refresh arrow on the web browser to refresh the location and weather manually.
    Anyway, just thought I'd share
     

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  2. proxy

    proxy Member

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    Cool. Will definitely check this out.
     
  3. Sco3putt

    Sco3putt Member

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    I would too if I knew the apps.
     
  4. scottflys

    scottflys Member

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    Here is the other one, it updates better but its not as pretty.

    qTesla
     
  5. AMPd

    AMPd Active Member

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    I have my maps at the top because I like to see if the freeways I commute on are backed up and if I need to take a detour.

    The lower part I have the music like you
     
  6. davinci2017

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    I've been using Teslapage.com in drive mode with the central clock and weather to the right, will check out the other options mentioned
     

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