6 iPad Apps Any Car Enthusiast Will Want To Get Their Hands On

ipad apps for carsAnyone who owns a car and an iPad will probably want to know about some of the great apps out there, so I’ve tried to show them a mixture of the best ones.

A lot of people enjoy cars more than anything else in the world. It’s no real surprise because a car is usually one of your biggest expenses, you spend a lot of time in it every day, and driving is the easiest way to satisfy your need for speed. Cars lovers will be pleased to know the number of amazing iPad car apps keeps on increasing. These ones we’re going to look at in more detail stand out amongst the crowd at the moment.

AccuFuel (https://itunes.apple.com/th/app/accufuel/id282769257?mt=8)

Even when you don’t spend a lot of money on a car you still get hurt financially because of the gas you must buy on a constant basis. Unfortunately cars don’t run on fresh air just yet. The AccuFuel app can help you save money because you’ll be able to work out how to use your car more efficiently. You just need to test various things like your driving style after you fill-up the car and the app will also help you make use of the data you’re tracking.

Cars.com (https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/cars.com/id353263352?mt=8)

Where will you turn to if you want to buy a new car? The Cars.com app is definitely the best one on the market and one of the reasons is because it has the biggest selection of cars. There is no way you won’t find something you love. It even has a cool feature that lets you save everything you find in order to pit each car against each other. When you’re searching for a car you can drill down on certain features so you don’t have too many listings to look through.

Dynolicious (https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/dynolicious-classic/id286208729?mt=8)

Before I tell you what this app does you must promise not to get arrested by the police. Apparently telling them you were just testing out this app isn’t a good excuse. It taps into the accelerometer built into your iPad in order to tell you a number of different things about your car. You can work out how fast you can accelerate over a certain distance, how much g-force you can pull going around corners, and it will estimate the horsepower of your car.

iWrecked (https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/iwrecked-auto-accident-assistant/id292995923?mt=8)

Once you hit another car you have a million things buzzing through your mind and it’s impossible to think straight. When your mind is occupied with other things do you think you will know what to do? The iWrecked app certainly makes things easy for you by giving you a list of step-by-step instructions to follow after an accident. This means your insurance company will be happy and you will also stand a better chance of claiming compensation should it go that far.

Trapster (https://itunes.apple.com/th/app/trapster-speed-traps-road/id537300021?mt=8)

How many times do you have to slam on the breaks so you don’t get caught by speed cameras? I don’t think anyone drives under the speed limit 100% of the time, so maybe everyone could benefit from the Trapster app. Millions of people from all over the country update the app regularly and it means you will be warned of any dangerous cameras lurking around a particular corner.

Real Racing 3 (https://itunes.apple.com/en/app/real-racing-3/id556164008?mt=8)

I think we’ll finish off with the best mobile racing game on the planet because sometimes people just want to have fun. Gran Turismo is the greatest console racing game that has ever been released and RR3 is the mobile alternative. The tracks are beautiful, the cars are even better, and the gameplay is second-to-none. Once you start playing it’s going to be very hard to pull yourself away.

Something for everyone

We’ve looked at lots of different apps, so I’m pretty sure there will be something in there everyone will want to get their hands on. Let us know in the comments which one looks the best to you. You can also let us know if there are any we should have included in the list.