I agree with you. I liked the idea of scheduling or at that time I think it was to keep the HVAC system on. Now I use Teslafi.com for schedules. Before my wife started working from home. I would set up schedules to turn on AC before she left work.Has anyone used "Dashboard for Tesla" on Android? It makes you purchase every feature so I'm put off on using it.
Well, there are many. Here's what I use.
Scan my tesla. This requires a interface cable with an OBD2 bluetooth reader. Fun numbers and stuff to monitor.
Plugshare. Don't leave home without it.
Teslacam. This is used to read dashcam footage on the phone with an OTG cable.
Superchargers. Quick glance of the superchargers. Mainly use this to show others how many S/C are in the world.
Waze. Good to keep up with any speed traps. (Not the best)
Blackvue. Used to quickly download from the aftermarket dashcam.
GoPro. Keep it handy to monitor where the gopro is pointing.
RV parky. Yep. Keep this one handy in case of those areas that you may need a nema 14:50 charge.
- Google Maps & Apple Maps: EASY to send "map to this location" to your Tesla navigation via iPhone & iPad
- Tile: to find your wallet, keys, etc. Tesla, house, office, etc.
Yes, the Teslafi I really love and use it often. Glad you brought it up. I'm always hesitant to mention when someone is looking for apps. Yes, you can view and use it on a phone or tablet, it's just not easy. If they come out with a dedicate app, that may push them to be the go to app but it would take a lot of UI work.Good summary. I guess that TeslaCam thing might become obsolete soon after folks get 2020.12.5
I use TeslaFi. Didn't see it in your list.
I tried a demo of it and personally found nothing extra interesting in it. I certainly don't need widgets on my phone for my cars. I tried a few other apps (teslab, EVTO) that similarly didn't seem anything more useful (to me) than the stock Tesla app combined with the 2 must-have phone apps I mentioned above.Has anyone used "Dashboard for Tesla" on Android?