[+] Compare your car's max range against similar cars
[+] Shows your car's total battery capacity
[+] Warm-up battery at specified time
[+] Climate scheduling
[+] Charge scheduling
[+] Learn about your car: Battery Health, Driving Efficiency, Miles Driven, Phantom Drain, Charging History
[+] Charge Reminder, Open Door/Trunk Notification
[+] Siri Shortcuts
See what social media influencers have to say about the app:
o From "Undecided with Matt Ferrell" (120k subscribers)
"Stats is a great app and I give it a big thumbs up":
o From Tesla Tidbits podcast: https://youtu.be/9bvUXw_xc5I?t=280
"This app is easily the best one I've used"
- Unique features
o Smart Battery Prep: warms-up battery according to your schedule
o Smart Charging: Stops charging at the specified time. Useful for time-of-use electricity plans
o Scheduling Climate to turn on at configured days/times
o A graph that shows your battery health
o A graph that shows your efficiency vs. others
o A graph that shows your cost savings (EV vs. gas)
o A graph that shows firmware distribution across users
o A graph that shows miles driven per day/week/month
o A graph that shows stats related to your charging sessions
o A graph that shows your driving efficiency history
o A graph that shows you phantom drain stats per day/week/month
and location of each phantom drain
o Export your stats to a spreadsheet to analyze on
your desktop computer
o Sends notification if you leave one of the doors or trunks open
(which prevents the car to lock itself) and you are not in the car
o Sends notification if you leave one of the doors unlocked and
you are not in the car. It also optionally locks the car for you.
o Receive a notification (after a few minutes) if climate was tuned on
remotely and you are not in the car. This helps prevent depleting
the car battery if you turn the climate on remotely and then forget
o Several Siri Shortcuts to turn Climate on (and set it to your desired
temperature using Siri), open charge port
o Send addresses from your iOS device to your car
- Charging reminder notifies you if the car's battery level is low and
it is parked at home and it is unplugged
- Use the Widget to do all this without launching any apps:
o check status of all doors
o battery level
o time to complete charge (when charging)
- Displays driving efficiency over past 30 miles
- Supports multiple vehicles under the same account
- Displays several detailed information related to charging the car
- Simple, clean, modern user interface
- Supports metric as well as imperial units
- App reminds you if the battery level is low (user specified) and the
car is at home (user specified location) and it's not plugged in.
- You can change the cost for a charging session by
tap-and-hold on the cost bar-chart
- User can specify the unit of currency
- Integrated several forums and new sites
-- All stats can be exported to spreadsheets --
*** This app is for Model-S/X/3/Y owners ***
** This app requires iCloud Drive to be enabled **
Bug fixes and improvements
Ratings and Reviews
The best car now has the best App
Yes, this app is bit pricy, but it is totally worth it. In addition to all the features that the official Tesla app provides, this app offer much much more: all the stats you could imagine on battery, efficiency and range. Not only you can see your data, you can compare it with other app users. I found myself use this feature a lot when compare my car’s firmware and efficiency. With firmware, you could almost predict a firmware will arrive soon when big chunk of other users are already on a newer firmware. With efficiency, you can tell if your car is acting abnormal or has potential issues. Sure there are enormous amount of numbers and graphs packed into this app when you open it, but the developer carefully planted explanations right at your fingertips to explain what these numbers and graphs mean. Plus, you get Smart Sentry Mode, Siri control, more advanced schedule charging and Apple Watch app, which you won’t find in other Tesla app. Furthermore, the developer actively participates discussions on Tweeter and Tesla owner’s club forum. You get tech support there from the person who develops this app! And just like your Tesla, the app keeps getting better over time. The developer constantly improve the app experience with people’s positive feedback. That’s amazing! I recommend this app for any Tesla owners who want to know more about their cars!
Finally but the bullet and glad I did, this app is worth the price. I like being able to look at the cost and efficiency data. I also appreciate being able to use the today widget or watch app to perform basic functions like activating HVAC or shutting the trunk. But my favorite part is all the Siri shortcut integrations, which I have used to build my own workflows. It is not perfect, but the developer is responsive and always updating the app.
One thing that should really change is the visualizations. Anything involving time on the X axis is displayed in the opposite order of ANY chart you have ever seen — the most recent dates are on the far left (at the origin of the axis) with older dates progressing to the right. Literal opposite of every chart you have ever seen ever. It is truly confusing. (And with charts where you must click through days - the click buttons assume the opposite direction??? Crazy.).
Also there are some grammatical inconsistencies with the Siri integration, and a couple of basic things that can’t be done with Siri (like simply activate HVAC at its current settings) But I have used several other apps, and this one is hands down the best. Well worth the price.
Developer Response ,
Thanks for using the app and welcome to Stats!
I made the direction of the x-axis on that graph receded so that you can see the most recent data without scrolling horizontally several times. You’ll appreciate this once you have more data in the app.
If you see any grammatical errors in the app, please let me know using the support button in the app.
Amazing app but not worth $50 (I Refunded)
I originally heard about this app from reddit/youtube (like most of you) and decided to give it a shot. I payed the $50 and downloaded it only to immediately go and check the last time it had been updated by the developer on the app store. This is because of the UI and design, seriously thought the app might of been abandoned since 2015 due to how out of date it looked and felt. For anyone wondering, yes this app used to cost $20. After using the app for a few days I ultimately requested a refund. I think the information that this app provides is very useful and I believe worth that original $20 (maybe even $30) but at $50 I expect a much more premium experience. I suspect that the developer saw the craze for buying Tesla’s start skyrocketing and just upped the price (without really adding anything new). Now i’m not taking away from the detailed stats and information that this app provides or the amount of work that the developer put in but I just don’t think it’s worth $50 in its current state. If the developer does a full UI redesign to bring it more in line with how nice other Tesla stat apps look and feel, I’d gladly pay the $50 again and keep it. If you don’t care about the design or user interface experience and just want stats then this app is for you.
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