I had noticed that too. The downside I noticed is that it really didn't appear to allow you to real time monitor for economy like a ScanGauge can.
ScanGauge is very limited in what it can do but it does allow for basic optimization. I was hoping Blue Driver allows that but from what I have been able to see, it doesn't make those calculations.
On the other hand it does look like a a pretty reasonable tool for monitoring vehicle performance. Downside, according to their website it doesn't work for the Ford F250 (go figure).
So what does the group think about Blue Driver, ScanGauge and whatever else is out there on the market?
Some friends were asking me about the Blue Driver app for the Ford F250 diesel and their engine monitoring tool. I have used the ScanGaugeII (not the D) for many years and have been happy with it.
After reading a little on the Blue Driver, it looked interesting but seems to lack some of the performance options that a ScanGauge has. That rather surprised me, because I would think anyone putting together such a device would want to do nothing less than what ScanGauge does.