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Discussion in 'iOS Apps' started by zepharus, Jan 10, 2010.
Thanks in advance and Im only looking for the best
i use handbase (www.ddhsoftware.com) They have a free applet on their website. it syncs with your desktop too. it also tracks maintenance.
I'm BEYOND happy with Trip Cubby. Being able to have different rates for different trips rocks, the frequent trips rocks. Overall, just darn happy!
There is a lite version to try out - and I have no idea what the cost is at the moment, it is one of those apps for me that it wouldn't matter, i'd buy it again in a heartbeat.
i wish "cubby" would make an all in one.... i've been using Gas Cubby for a year now and love it.... the trip cubby looks sweet also, didn't know about that one, but wish they had "all in one" app.....
Me too - but i'm in Trip Cubby daily (lives in my home dock actually) and gas not as often, so i've adapted. I used an awesome App on my Palm the last time i was tracking mileage - and Trip Cubby by far surpasses it for less money. I love being able to easily push a button to designate "kids", "medical" and so forth. In fact, before i bought it - i was only planning on tracking medical mileage, but this makes it way easy to say - "i've carted the kids X number of miles to their stuff, pay up!"
But having it be one app would be nice - less screen-estate that way!
I'm looking forward to the next versions of Rev and Dashcommand. These applications connect wirelessly to the cars computer via an accessory, such as Kiwi WiFi or OBDKey, that is plugged into the OBD II port under the dashboard and are able to display, diagnose, and log information from the ECU. In addition to displaying real time gauges of speed, RPM, boost, throttle, fuel trim, MPG, etc, they can also reset the ECU's error codes.
The next revision of these apps will integrate trip information to include mileage as well as other information. I'm presently using Rev, which is great, with my Kiwi WiFi but the next version of Dashcommand looks very impressive.
Here are some screenshots of the hopefully upcoming Dashcommand update:
If you want something really simple and easy to use I would check out 1DayLater which gives you time, mileage and expense tracking - it uses nice visuals to keep you productive and once you start using it every day you'll be laughing. There is an app for iphone and soon to be apps for nokia (n-series), blackberry and other platforms
I use VehiCal. The only feature I need is to track my mileage for work and tax purposes. It does just that. I haven't tested any other apps but I may check a few posted in the thread.
For simplicity and quick and easy use:
Check out a this new app - 'Business Trip Tracker - A Simple Mileage Log'
Extra Mile - Mileage tracking and driving pattern analysis
Extra Mile app has lot more features as compared to other milage trackers. Extra Mile has built in voice navigation system, 1 touch trip recording, mileage display on a calendar view and best of all driving pattern chart to help you improve your driving and save on fuel.
TrackMyDrive - iPhone Mileage Tracker
My name is Steve, I am the creator of http://trackmydrive.com
I was frustrated with a lot of the mileage trackers that were out there so I decided to create TrackMyDrive.
I have tried to make the interface as easy as possible. When starting a trip, you simply click "Start Tracking" and it will track your trip through GPS. At the end of the trip, you name it and it uploads to a http://trackmydrive.com
You are able to print out reports and also manually add trips as well. Here is the link for iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/trackmydrive/id504448321
Let me know if you have any questions, I am glad to help.
thanks for this screen are very useul
gas cubby is my app of preference
TaxMileage is a great option
I tried using many of the apps out there to track mileage for my income tax. TaxMileage was the one I found most convenient, complete and reliable. They can be found at https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/taxmileage-track-electronically/id580781606?mt=8 or www.taxmileage.com
I hope this helps.
We've just launched a new app that takes a different approach to your typical mileage apps and allows you to add a trip in as little as 7 seconds! It's super-simple, but flexible enough to accomodate most people's need and it's called klicks.
There's still a few promo codes going spare here. It's currently at a launch price of only 99c too, so if you miss-out on a code don't despair!
A cheeky video about the app is here.
Hope you like it, and your feedback is very welcome.
I'm a trip cubby man myself.
I use MileBuddy. My accountant recommended it and do all the work for me.
They also have a free version, you should be able to find it on the appstore.
Milebuddy is quite good
I use an application called Vezma: https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/vezma/id728483023?mt=8&ign-mpt=uo=4
It's a wonderful application as it is available on all platforms (iOS, Blackberry, Android and Windows Phone). I recently shifted to an iOS from an android device and the data restoration was seamless as all my data was backed up to their online cloud server and it was easy to get it back to my new smartphone. Most importantly, It has a simple interface with loads of features such as expense tracking, exporting data to an excel file and you can also track real time location of a particular user through their live map system.
Although after a month of free service, they have a nominal fee for premium membership, its quite light on my pocket. I just renewed to their one year plan recently and i found their charges to be minimal in comparison to the other applications i have used. Their homepage is http://www.vezma.com.
I use Auto Miles: https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/auto-miles-automatic-mileage/id817598888?mt=8
Mostly because I'm too lazy to remember to track mileage myself, and it logs for me automatically in the background.
I truly think that Everlance is best app. I have been using it for a year now and it's almost perfect. Also, its 100% Free!
I do a search on mileage and find this thread.... and see I posted in it about loving TripCubby. Still loving Gas Cubby though.
SOOO, now that TripCubby is no more - what is anyone loving?