Good app, suggestions for import improvements Pretty good. Import crashes if there are missing fields App is set to enter volume and total price, import with volume and price but no price per unit, will end up showing $1.00 in price per unit. Editing and saving without change updates to the correct values. With only one car you still have to have an ID column it could skip this and allow choosing a single car. It could recognise names of columns in CSV import rather than requiring you to enter them all even if the names match.
Easy to use, but needs cloud integration. Basic logging and calculations are fine, but statistics are totally messed up. I'm retired and have filled up my tank 11x in 6 months, yet My Fill up info: Avg: $324.84 Maximum: $4177.37 Estimated per year: $9378.08 And, supposedly it costs me $1.23 to drive one mile. That means I couldn't drive 50 miles on one tank of gas.
Simple, Easy and Fast I need a quick way to log my fuel cost and mpg. This does it. Improvements: Color would be nice. The history should also show the notes. Currently the only way to view the notes is to edit the data. Bugs: Slight bug. After I add a fuel fill up, if I notice I have made a mistake I will go back and edit the data. The correction does not show up until I return to history.
New Android Phone Issue! I enjoyed the app for what it did. Was nice and easy, though I always wanted some kind of 'fuzzy math' option for the time you might fill up and forget to put the numbers in, and have to skip ahead. I upgraded from a galaxy s4 to an s7, and the face buttons have changed, so I can't access the settings to import my data into the new phone. Once that's updated, I'll bump a star or 2 on the review.
Great App! Have been using it for almost a year, and it is an awesome way to track and maintain cost, mileage, and fuel efficiency data. The fill-ups ARE editable individually, contrary to some other reviews. Plus, you can export to a csv and view or edit in Excel. I have also checked the calculations (miles driven/gallons consumed) and they have always been spot-on. Only issue I have found is that when exporting to csv, the dates are sometimes intermittently hashed out (####). Configuring and setting up the service intervals is also a great feature-- I don't need it, but Wifey sure does! All in all, a great app, VERY useful, very functional, and FREE!
partial fill is buggy Partial fill calculator only works correctly when you exit the program and re-open. When the data is entered, it initially uses just the most recent fill, ignoring the previous partial. Exiting seems to trigger recalculation, and then average between fills is correct. Would be nice if this calculation was correct right of the bat. Likewise, when switching from mi/gal to L/100km, had to exit and reopen for units to update.
Restored functionality to donut users. Sorry about that!
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