I've tried many fuel tracking apps. This one is by far the best. It has a customizable interface and keeps track of all of the elements you could wish for. It displays all of the data in nice graphs. I had a minor issue (bug?) and submitted it to support and within a few days it was resolved. I don't know if it was a coincidence or if it is a direct response to my issue but the bug was fixed within a few days. Either way this shows that the developer cares for the users and that he / she is actively maintaining and updating the app.
Started off good so I paid for the full version. After a few months I had to reset my phone and lost EVERYTHING despite setting up backup on Google drive. I Lost all my trips, fuel-ups, and other expenses amounting to over $1000 deduction. This stupid app only saved the first day and didn't backup anything after that day. I'm so pissed now I'm going to drink a bottle of Jack Daniels
Rewriting my review so it makes more sense. In the menu were you select Add fill up, or Add service, or Add expense, or Add trip, it needs one that says Add modification, in which you could record any modification or aftermarket parts that were added to the vehicle. I hope you can understand what I'm getting at.:-)
The only other thing I wish you could do is change the order you log during a fuel up. During fill up I know the gas station price of fuel and number of km on the car but do not know how much I am going to put in. Wishing I could change the order so would match this. Yes I see that but would just like fir the number of liters to be the last thing on the list and not the second thing. So in the customize screen you can also move the order and not just select show or not.
I'm happy with the interface. Very nice when your at the pump. Also the mpg and monthly expenses helps to make changes in your behavior and overall cost. Nicely done
Great app and works very well across my devices. The best one I have used to date and I have gone through many.
1. Bug fixes for cloud sync issues
2. Emails will now have units (mi, mpg, etc) mentioned