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TeslaLog vs Teslafi

Discussion in 'Model S: User Interface' started by fredz, Jun 4, 2017.

  1. fredz

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    I've been using Teslafi on my new Tesla for some weeks now. I find it interesting and more accessible than teslalog (which I only looked at briefly).
    Are there advantages to teslalog , or other features? It would be great to have some experienced users chime in here...
     
  2. Gwgan

    Gwgan Almost a wagon

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    I'm stuck with TeslaLog since it contributes stated to EVTripPlanner but while it is stable, TeslaFi is in more active development.
     
  3. fredz

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    How does it contribute to EV trip planner?
    And does it have graphs and maps like Teslafi? I couldn't find those when I looked.
     
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    Now that TeslaLog is going to charge for their product (which I agree they should), I looked back at TeslaFi to see which was better. My $.02, if I'm going to pay almost the same yearly fee, is TeslaFi looks a lot better. Interface is more refined, at a glance data is better, much easier to consume info. I do like the fact TeslaLog is making an Android app, but personally I feel TeslaFi is more worth $50/yr vs $45/yeah for TeslaLog.

    If anyone has some better info on what TeslaLog provides that makes it worth the same as TeslaFi please post as I'm curious.
     
  5. Boourns

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    I agree with @Hazelwood. Will probably go back to Fi.
     
  6. Gwgan

    Gwgan Almost a wagon

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    EV Trip Planner
    EVTripPlanner uses your data to improve the prediction algorithm.
     
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    Both have a free trial period.

    I tried TeslaLog for a week but I wasn't finding the Supercharger info I wanted. I switched over to TeslaFi and it looks like it has a more useful format for me. I was also able to let the car sleep with TeslaFi so that the vampire drain was pretty reasonable.
     

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