Fwiw, I also use Torque and have been following the battery aging thread for years, but I find Torque more difficult to set up, and all I really care about is knowing the battery SOC. If soul spy has the same data as Torque for those values, I'll probably just use soul spy.
Yes, I completely agree. Torque is a hassle.
What you actually want is the SOH - State of Health.
Your car started with 27kWh usable and a 3kWh buffer and 0.5kWh that is always reserved.
You now have 27kWh usable and 0,75kWh buffer and the 0.5kWh that is always reserved.
At this rate it will probably be 15 years before you have to worry about the battery.
If SoulSpy could just show this single data point in a simple way then I would recommend it above Torque, even though it is still alpha software.
Here's an image from Torque showing no deterioration on a brand new car. - 2015 Soul EV: My Battery Replacement Story
I think this screen is highly confusing, but because of the limitations of Torque it's about the best that software can do. SoulSpy could do so much better.
Note SOH is derived from Min and Max deterioration. You cannot guess SOH by looking at the two measurements for SOC.
The codes for using Torque Pro can be found by clicking the link in the website icon under my user name on the left.