Dynolicious uses the accelerometer in the phone to calculate the performance of one's vehicle, to estimate 0-60, quarter-mile time and speed, and even approximate horsepower. As one of the first apps launched in the Apple App Store, it sold well.
I collaborated with the Bunsentech developers to redesign Dynolicious to make it more user friendly, and incredibly attractive.
Dynolicious’s design and feature set was not lost on the automotive press. The app was featured in both Road & Track and Car & Driver (as well as GQ), making it clear who the market leader was. The Dynolicious icon was even featured in the windows of Apple Stores across the country.