Dash View for Tesla Cars

Dash View for Tesla Cars

By Matthew Taylor

  • Category: Utilities
  • Release Date: 2019-10-23
  • Current Version: 1.0.2
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 33.33 MB
  • Developer: Matthew Taylor
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 13.1 or later.
Score: 3.5
From 11 Ratings


Dash View is the best way to view both Sentry Incidents and Saved Clips on your device. No need for a computer, just plug your TeslaCam USB into your device with an adaptor. Note: This app requires an adaptor to connect your TeslaCam drive to your device. Some devices may require a powered adaptor. - Easy to use UI - View all clips synchronised - Press a button to jump to time of sentry incident (don’t waste time) - Quickly delete events - Export timelapses and combined videos - Smooth playback even at 4x speed Download the best TeslaCam footage viewer on the App Store!



  • Nice but needs more usb suport

    By Will.iamz
    I use the iXpand usb drive that can directly plug into iPhone. Was hoping this app would work with it as others do because the interface on this apps looks cleaner. Unfortunately it doesn’t work with the iXpand usb drive and you MUST get an adaptor even though this usb drive plugs directly to iPhone.
  • Great Idea, bugs in the app.

    By OffThaGlass23
    The idea and organizing is great but I’m having issues with exporting files. I have tried to reset and even unplug/Replug but gives me an error for exporting. Watching the videos is nice and organized though and the idea is great. Although, I’d like a refund to try another app. May come back once bugs are worked out.
  • Pretty good

    By OrangeCoffeeMug
    This is the first dash cam app that I bought so I don’t have much to compare it to. The main reason I got it over the others is because of the go to sentry incident feature that the other apps don’t have. But when I plugged in my drive it doesn’t show any incidents. Even though my car says there were 19 of them. Hopefully it’s just a bug. Watching the actual videos though worked out really nicely. I wish there was a way to show in the timeline the interesting events in the clip like how the Nest camera timeline works.
  • Best interface available currently, but not quite perfect

    By Matthew (LivingTesla)
    The interface for choosing videos and getting to see thumbnails of the actual events is awesome. When viewing though, it’s easy to get lost. I’m frequently getting black screens or frozen video and the jog bar doesn’t have any time references on it so I end up losing track of where I am in time. Also, when switching between camera views they end up all out of order. Start with front as the main with left, center, back below. If another camera is selected, put the front camera in its place at the bottom so anytime you select the front camera, they’re all back in order.
  • Best Sentry App So Far!

    By ArthurMcK
    Best Sentry app I’ve used so far. Great layout.. I love how you can scroll through the thumbnails of Sentry events and see a snapshot of what caused the actual event. Also love how you can just directly to that point in the video. Scrubbing through the videos could use some work. It’s not as smooth as some of the other apps I’ve used. I’m often left with a black screen while scrubbing until it catches up. Would also be great if the app would automatically edit out the corrupted files that Sentry mode often leaves. I’ve also had some crashes while exporting (specifically timelapse mode). Despite the few problems, this app is still the best one out there at the moment. Hope to see some updates addressing my problems but keep up the good work!
  • Finally decent viewer.

    By pprokhor
    Best of a kind. Works just fine. Needs just a few tiny touch ups, but developer listens and updates.
  • App doesn’t support Sandisk iExpand USB

    By TCL444
    Don’t buy if you use Sandisk iExpand USB
  • The TeslaCam app I’ve been looking for!

    By Fuzz E Cat
    Now I don’t have to wait to get home to check out sentry events. I Just plug the Apple “Lightning to USB 3 Camera” dongle into my phone and into a charging cable, then plug the microsd to usb from the car into usb port on the dongle, and viola! I can quickly scan through events from all four recorded cameras and see If I have to track down some vandal in the mall. I don’t know how it’s possible but this app seems to work quite a bit better than the OsX solutions I’ve tried.
  • Nothing showing up

    By BSurdy
    I created the file location as described. Linked the app to it. No files are viewable, no troubleshooting advice given. Help me and I’ll update my review.