Simple and to the point. I don't need to log every trip. It is a personal vehicle that I use for charity on occaaion. The app could use the ability to distinguish between charity, moving, personal, and business.
Kind of funny actually By using "location" to track my mileage, I've traveled 40 miles for work today, but this app has me down for 147! Talk about a tax break! Until the IRS comes calling I suppose. Point is, it has a few "flaws"
Very handy Helps me be more fiscally responsible.
Lately it can never find my adresses. connected to wifi or mobile data it says "cant search adresses your telephone might be offline"
Turns off by itself This app turns off by itself with no data being recorded. Not good, messed me up more then once. If they fix that bug I would recommend.
I used this app for about 300 trips over six months. I can't tell you exactly how many because of the software faults that others have mentioned. It generally "works just fine" on a sunny day when you can follow the A-Z path expected by the developer, but introduce any kind of deviation (e.g. GPS or connectivity challenges) and the flaws emerge rapidly. If anything goes wrong, the app will crash, hang, or stare at you doing nothing for (quite literally) hours. As far as I can tell, it has no persistent storage of trips in progress so if anything at all goes wrong, the entire trip is lost. The app has promise. When it works, it works well, but until the quality issues get resolved, I wouldn't use it as anything but a toy.
A few small optimizations.