Looks good, but there aren't so many photos (especially of the interior) to give us a more complete impression.
I would advise using the multiecuscan instead of the phone, since it will give you a more detailed information of the car. Its a small investment that could save you a lot of trouble
You should check the several things:
-Has the car been imported and from where? Its not so strange that the car does not have a stamped service log, since this is usually loged in the garage computer
-If the car was not imported, you could write an email to all official sellers to find out where the car has been originally sold and possibly find out some details of the car's service history.
-Use multiecuscan to read codes
-Use multiecuscan to compare the mileage on the dashboard with mileage on 'odometer' in multiecuscan. Don't be alarmed if there's several miles difference, but be alarmed if the difference is much higher. Also, check the 'odometer at last programming' and 'number of programming or writes (something like that)' these should both be 0 or the car mileage is not real! If the number of rewrites is 1 or more there is no way to find out the real mileage. If its 0, the real mileage is 'odometer at last programming'
-At the bottom of the list you will see oil change counter which which should be at least 3 times for this mileage, but not like 10 times etc..
-While you are there, you can check the injectors correction.
-Mind that there is a gap on right part of the hood, its slighly higher then the other side. This could mean a smaller crash, so make sure you check this side above wheel arch and inside of the engine space.
-Right side of the bumber looks repainted, so make sure you check that also.
-Seats and wheel should look good as new at this mileage. If wheel looks shiny or seats scracthes, make sure you check the mileage with above method.
-Use the VIN number to compare the information on the eper (engine number, etc)
-Look under the carpet to check the car has not been flooded (god forbid)
Thats all, I hope I didn't scare you with all this info, but I have also bought car online I know how you feel right now