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MileTracker - Mileage Tracker and Reporting app review: track your mileage and driving expenses with ease-2021

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Introduction

Whether you are responsible for a full fleet of vehicles or you just want to become more mindful of exactly how much your car is costing you, this iPhone and iPad mileage tracker app should give you everything you need to track the costs of everything including fuel, tolls, parking, and much more.

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I’ve come across quite a few finance apps this year that are aimed towards vehicle owners for things like mileage tracking, so this is certainly not the most original development in the App Store. Having said that, it’s definitely one of the better examples that I’ve personally used.

The interface is simple enough without being too generic, and there is a huge amount of customization available throughout the various sections of the app. I’m very impressed by what the developer has put together here and would definitely recommend checking out this mileage tracking app.

This app runs on devices with iOS 11.0 and watchOS 2.0 or later with support of up to iOS 14.0 and it is compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. It will need 15.9 MB of free memory space on your mobile device to download, install and track mileage with this app. Check out our MileTracker app review for more details. 

MileTracker - Mileage Tracker and Reporting

$2.99

Keep a Concise Record of Your Vehicular Expenses

MileTracker - Mileage Tracker and Reporting has been designed to provide owners of single and multiple vehicles to create a comprehensive log of every single cost involved with the ownership and maintenance of said vehicles.

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As well as being able to track things like fuel, tolls, and parking expenses, you can also scan your sales receipts to create a thorough visual record of your transactions. Location data can also be added to your receipt scans so that you know exactly where your money is being spent. See our best mileage tracking apps list.

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Scan Your Sales Receipts

I actually really like the utility used for scanning receipts as it also allows you to add more than one scanned image per entry, and there’s a handy tool for cropping scans to keep things clean and organized.

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Once you’ve accumulated a reasonable amount of data in this app, you can then project it into IRS-compliant reports which can be exported to your computer via Wi-Fi transfer in .CSV and .PDF file formats; perfect for emailing to your accountant! 

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MileTracker - Mileage Tracker and Reporting

$2.99

Pros and Cons

Pros

  • Track the expenses for multiple vehicles
  • Track mileage in real time by using your device’s integrated GPS
  • Track fuel, tolls, parking costs, and much more
  • Scan copies of your gas and maintenance receipts for a thorough visual record
  • Add location data to your receipt scans for even more detail
  • Create detailed IRS-compliant reports
  • Create a handy digital backup copy of your reports via Dropbox and Box
  • Easily move your reports to and from your computer in .CSV and .PDF file formats via Wi-Fi transfer

Cons                                                  

  • There is nothing negative to say about this app

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Final Words

As I mentioned in the introduction, MileTracker - Mileage Tracker and Reporting is one of the better vehicle-orientated financial tracking apps for iPhone and iPad that I’ve come across recently, and I’m very pleased with the overall package on offer.

There are some solid features all wrapped up in a neat little interface that looks great and runs smoothly, so I’d say MileTracker is well worth the purchase.

MileTracker - Mileage Tracker and Reporting

$2.99
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MarkBangs

Mark is an opinionated writer who loves to review apps. In 2012, he started reviewing Apple apps on a regular basis and wonders how he survived up to that point without these apps.