Feedback about ODB2 Bluetooth with torque Pro App

One user buy one MINI ELM327 Interface Viecar 2.0 for Android/Window, and yesterday he shared how and what this tool can do, he think this tool is cheap and working, his professional experience and objective option will do a favor to those who never use this tool. Therefore I would like to quote his original post in the following parts.
I got a new toy for christmas (from me to me) and have been playing with it quite a bit lately.

First, I ordered an ODB2 to Bluetooth adapter and hooked it up. Simply pair it to your Android device (apple is more complicated) like any other Bluetooth device. I did have to restart my phone before it’d pair but my tablet paired right away. This is the one I bought:

the interface is highly customizable and will show TONS of parameters with the ISF ECU. I have gauges showing 0-60, 1/4 mile, speed (from ECU or GPS), Engine speed, torque, horsepower, afm, voltages, etc. It’ll also allow you to see and clear codes off the ECU. That alone was my excuse to buy it to the wife! There are different themes to the gauges, with infinite gauge layouts you can use.
I’d highly recommend this to anyone with an extra $15 lying around. The app is $4.99 and the device is $9.99.It’s a great cheap monitoring tool that I’m looking forward to using in autocross videos. It’ll do logging and everything that the more expensive tools will do for much less money. The options I mentioned are just a few of the monitor able parameters of the ECU. I’m in no way affiliated with this but I’m having a blast trying out this technology!
So far the best I’ve run is a 5.0 0-60 (tire spin in the cold).
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This PDF step-by-step show you how to use MINI ELM327 Interface Viecar 2.0 OBD2 Bluetooth for Android/Window: