August 1, 2008
Dynolicious checks your vehicles performance using an iPhone
It isn’t too common these days with digital tachometers and other developments, but there are still chances of you facing the brunt of failure in the functioning of in-car indicators. An unlikely substitute has emerged from the depths of the online software club that uses your iPhone as an indicator. This is possible thanks to a software called the Dynolicious that uses the in-built accelerometer that is present in the iPhone. It provides with readings for quarter-mile, time taken to reach 0-60, lateral Gs, horsepower, speed and other such measures.
The Dynolicious application can be purchased from iTunes Store for $13. It is of great help to own one of these if you use a bicycle (that doesn’t have any indicators) to keep a tab on how well your exercising session is going.