artur tagirov

    • 2.5 • 34 Ratings
    • Free
    • Offers In-App Purchases



Want your car to sound like a famous sports cars? Now you can!

Use your Wi-Fi OBD adapter (like the ELM327) and your IPhone/IPad to make the greatest engine sounds ever heard in a standard car!
Connect the phone/tablet to car audio system via AUX cable, Bluetooth headset or FM transmitter for a great sound experience, have fun!
This app reads ECU information in real time and generates selected engine sound. For more fun you can switch on turbocharger sounds.
You can test the app sounds without OBD adapter by switching to demo mode.

How to speed up Wi-Fi OBD adapter
1. Connect the adapter to OBDII connector of the car, turn the ignition on
2. Connect to the adapter via Wi-Fi
3. Open a Web browser and in the address bar, enter the network adapter address (e.g.
4. On login/pass request enter admin/000000 or admin/admin
5. In the admin panel find an option: Serial Framing Timeout (or Package Time or Data trigger Timeout). Set a value between 1-10. Save and reconnect the adapter to the car

What’s New

Version 1.5.1

This app has been updated by Apple to display the Apple Watch app icon.

- fixes

Ratings and Reviews

2.5 out of 5
34 Ratings

34 Ratings

deetrantee ,

Laggy unsynced and “stepped” sound. No turbo sounds working

Connected via elm wifi. The transition of rpm sound is choppy and not a smooth climb. None of the turbo or blow off sounds work. They only work in “demo mode” but not when connected and reading from obd2 signal.

Bobbyboy813 ,

Fun way to drive

Look the app isn’t perfect BUT it is way better then driving in silence. You should find a car sound you like then adjust the high and low pitch in the app. I also adjusted my car speakers to mostly to the back and turned the base up.

Jddbvdgehsna ananan ,

Was wondering if you can make a option to mute the car sound but keep the turbo sound on.

Hopefully you can respond.

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