Multiecuscan 4+

Advanced vehicle diagnostics

FESSoft Ltd.

Designed for iPad

    • 3.3 • 6 Ratings
    • Free
    • Offers In-App Purchases

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Description

Multiecuscan is a dealer level diagnostic tool for most models of Fiat, Alfa Romeo and Lancia vehicles and also covers some models of Jeep, Chrysler, Dodge and Suzuki. Please visit our web site for a full list of covered models.

The functionality includes:
- Fault code reading and clearing
- Live sensor data
- Live data graphical view
- Actuator testing
- Reset/programming functions
- PROXI configuration
- Service Reminder reset
- Generic EOBD vehicle diagnostics

REQUIREMENTS: An OBD interface is required for connection to vehicles. Without interface it is possible to run connection in "simulation" mode and explore the available functionality. We currently support CANtieCAR WiFi, ELM327 WiFi, OBDLink MX WiFi, OBDLink MX+ Bluetooth interfaces.
Please note that some procedures (like PROXI alignment) depend on the interface speed and may not complete successfully with some ELM327 interfaces.

IN-APP PURCHASE: The full functionality of the App requires subscription which can be purchased as in-app purchase. Without subscription the App will run with limited functionality.
Please note that the Multiecuscan iOS version is completely separate from Multiecuscan for Windows. The iOS version can be purchased only from the App Store and it is not linked to the license for the Windows' version. It is not possible to transfer license between iOS and Windows.
If you already have purchased the full version on another iOS device then click the RESTORE PURCHASES button to activate the full version.

NOTE: We are a 3rd party supplier and this is not an official factory tool for the above mentioned brands. The brand names are listed only as reference.

What’s New

Version 2.0

- fixed bugs
- fixed iOS 15 compatibility
- updated vehicle database to latest Multiecuscan

Ratings and Reviews

3.3 out of 5
6 Ratings

6 Ratings

sototallycarl ,

Working well now

I’ve had problems in the past, but since using the free version without issue for a few weeks, I upgraded to paid. Having to switch adapters and not know which adapter is needed until trying to connect is annoying. The biggest problem I have is Fiat 500e > Body > Body Computer doesn’t connect properly - it complains about ECU ISO mismatch. I don’t know if this can safely be ignored or needs a developer fix.

Besides this I wish the popups were designed better since sometimes the buttons at the bottom of the screen get cut off. I’ve also gotten into a state where there is no back or cancel button and the keyboard is stuck open leading me to kill the app.

mdtz86 ,

Get if you have an Alfa Romeo

Paired with an Mx+ obd reader, this allows you to address many things on your Alfa without the dealer. This includes resetting maintenance period, disabling seatbelt chime, enabling paddle shifters, proxi alignment and much more. It’s also great for reading codes and other data necessary. Highly recommend it. Only drawback to PC version is that there is no way to edit the proxy bytes manually. This is only used for very advanced and not tested changes but would be a great addition.

Ad averse ,

Buggy cannot select ELM3 27 WiFi device

I have a PLX Kiwi 3 interface that is WiFi and Bluetooth capable. I’m able to connect to my Alfa Romeo Giulia with OBD Fusion and DashCmd apps on my iPhone no problem. But I’m unable to connect with this multiecuscan app. When I go open the app and go to settings I select Interface Type: ELM 327 WiFi it shows that it has been selected but if I click on Interface Type again it shows that OBDLink MX+ Bluetooth has actually been selected. This is a glitch. Also, in iOS Settings > Multiecuscan > Multiecuscan Settings it shows the same options as the in-app settings but nothing happens when you select changes. Then changes are not reflected in the app itself. Totally unusable for me. App needs more development.

App Privacy

The developer, FESSoft Ltd., indicated that the app’s privacy practices may include handling of data as described below. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

Data Not Linked to You

The following data may be collected but it is not linked to your identity:

  • Usage Data
  • Diagnostics

Privacy practices may vary, for example, based on the features you use or your age. Learn More

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