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Dashboard Warning Lights
OBD High Tech,
|Store||Category||Version||Last Update||Avg. ratings|
|Android||Auto & Vehicles||1.8||October 09, 2017||4.01|
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Version 1.8 released on October 09, 2017
Add warning light:
+ Winter mode
+ Adaptive forward lighting
+ Gear upshift light
+ Frost warning
+ Key fob battery low
+ Service required
+ Pedestrian warning
+ Air Suspension Up
+ Air Suspension Down
+ Automatic Transmission Oil Temperature
+ Smart City Brake Support (SCBS) Warning
Version 1.7 released on August 31, 2017
Fixed Search Action
Version 1.5 released on October 25, 2016
Version 1.4 released on September 10, 2016
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✤ Dashboard warning lights description:
If your car have a warning light comes on you know a warning light mean?
Is it safe to keep driving or what do you think need help?
Dashboard warning lights help you quickly diagnostics or known about a warning light.
✤ Information basic about a warning light color:
Green or blue(A system is on or operating).
Yellow/orange(You needs to be serviced or repaired soon).
Red(serious problem or safety issue).
✤ How to use Dashboard warning lights:
You can search light name or characters.
Select a light image and answer the question
The result will help a warning light solving.
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This week’s blog post comes from Maciej from Whalla Labs (@WhallaLabs), mobile development company. Learn everything you need to know about app micro-interactions to increase your app engagement. Are you about to launch a brand new mobile app? Let’s make a quick checklist: great idea? Of course. Perfect information architecture? Checked. Bugs? None. Beautiful design? Yes. App Store Optimization (ASO)? Prepared. Micro-interactions? Wait, what? Micro-interactions are a hot topic lately and you’ve probably heard of …