Automatic App Gets Completely Redesigned, Lets You Track Your Car's Fuel Level

Automatic App Gets Completely Redesigned, Lets You Track Your Car's Fuel Level

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The Automatic companion app for the Automatic Link Smart Driving Assistant has been updated to version 2.0 bringing a completely new design that is simpler and smarter. In addition, the app now lets you track your car's fuel level as well as the ability to set custom low-fuel warnings, however that feature is not available on all vehicles. You can also set custom speed warnings to let you know when you are driving too fast.

The app does require an Automatic Link, which you can purchase for $99 here.

Automatic is your Smart Driving Assistant. It wirelessly connects your car and your iPhone using Bluetooth Low Energy.

With Automatic, you can:
• Learn fuel-saving driving habits to save big on gas.
• Know what that check engine light means and clear it with a tap.
• Track your car's fuel level and set custom low-fuel warnings (not available in all cars)
• Always remember where you parked.
• Get emergency assistance in a serious crash

What's New In This Version:
Introducing Automatic 2.0

• Redesigned from the ground up to be simpler and smarter
• Track your car's fuel level and set custom low-fuel warnings (not available in all cars)
• Customize speed warnings to alert you when you're driving too fast


You can download Automatic from the App Store for free.

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Automatic App Gets Completely Redesigned, Lets You Track Your Car's Fuel LevelAutomatic App Gets Completely Redesigned, Lets You Track Your Car's Fuel LevelAutomatic App Gets Completely Redesigned, Lets You Track Your Car's Fuel Level

Automatic App Gets Completely Redesigned, Lets You Track Your Car's Fuel LevelAutomatic App Gets Completely Redesigned, Lets You Track Your Car's Fuel Level
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ffwdgraphx - June 18, 2014 at 12:23am
The bigger picture here is data mining. This company will be worth billions as it'll sell data to the automotive insurance industry, government agencies, marketing agencies, the list go on.....
Nat - June 17, 2014 at 10:18pm
Why do I need an app to do that when I can see it in my car anyway? Even if my car is off why bother? Useless.
Kamatits - June 17, 2014 at 10:52pm
Why do I need a review from somebody who doesn't value the app? Useless.
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Nat - June 17, 2014 at 11:04pm
Because I'm comparing to why it's not necessary and why it won't help, people have their car on but they'll always see their gas when it's moving so when the car doesn't move, why would I need the app? It doesn't drain when we leave it on and walk away from it, so why warn us when we aren't using our car or out of it if it doesn't move and use our car, we'll always know when we need gas anyway. I know this is a lot of logic I am making here but still.
Kamatits - June 18, 2014 at 12:30am
Another pointless post.
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