Mobile app for mileage

If you are using a mobile app or software to track mileage, what are you using?

I just started using Stride Tax. (free)

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Hurdlr. It not only tracks mileage automatically but also expenses, and generates estimated tax payment info and other reports that help with tax prep.

[driver.app.link]
I use Life360 for iOS. It's more of a safety precaution for my little family, as we are in a somewhat remote area and being lost or stuck can prove to be life threatening. I like that it shows mileage, travel times, and travel speeds, though we do forfeit privacy for all this data.
@ceasesmith wrote:

LOL My "app" is truly "mobile". It's a small notebook I keep in the car.

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Personally I've moved from the stone age, but if it works for you.

A Dad shopping the Ark-LA-Tex and beyond.
@stormraven73 wrote:

Hurdlr. It not only tracks mileage automatically but also expenses, and generates estimated tax payment info and other reports that help with tax prep.

[driver.app.link]

Good deal same with Stride Tax. I like the generated reports and ability to upload.

A Dad shopping the Ark-LA-Tex and beyond.
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Well, it has its advantages:

It works where there is no "cellular data network";
It doesn't need backing up to the Cloud;
It doesn't accidentally lose data because I pushed the wrong button..

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@ShoppingDad wrote:

@ceasesmith wrote:

LOL My "app" is truly "mobile". It's a small notebook I keep in the car.

smiling smiley

Personally I've moved from the stone age, but if it works for you.
@cardlady wrote:

The way I saw it it was only free for a few days. Did I read it incorrectly?

Which app? Hurdlr has a totally free version but you have to input mileage and expenses manually.
@ceasesmith wrote:

smiling smiley

Well, it has its advantages:

It works where there is no "cellular data network";
It doesn't need backing up to the Cloud;
It doesn't accidentally lose data because I pushed the wrong button..

smiling smiley

@ShoppingDad wrote:

@ceasesmith wrote:

LOL My "app" is truly "mobile". It's a small notebook I keep in the car.

smiling smiley

Personally I've moved from the stone age, but if it works for you.

All valid points, paper and pencil will also work.

A Dad shopping the Ark-LA-Tex and beyond.
My Google Maps timeline after having too many issues with Stride freezing or not correctly calculating.
I tried a truckers app a few years ago. Do not remember which one though.

Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 08/20/2019 11:52PM by 2stepps.
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