Mileage Log+ for iPhone now available, iOS 7 ready and packed with awesome features

Mileage Log+ for iPhone now available, iOS 7 ready and packed with awesome features

Mileage Log+ for iPhone is the new and updated version of the popular mileage tracking app Trip Cubby. Not only does it bring a brand new interface, it adds new features that make it more convenient than ever, including the ability to calculate distances for you, no odometer readings necessary.

Aside from being able to calculate trip distance based on addresses you input, Mileage Log+ is also IRS compliant and comes with the up to date accepted rates for expensing mileage. You can also add notes and other related expenses to entries in just a few taps.

If you like the look and feel of iOS 7, you'll love the overhauled interface that Mileage Log+ has gotten in comparison to it's predecessor Trip Cubby. My favorite feature though is the fact that much of the functionality and the way you handle and create trips is very much the same as it was in Trip Cubby so current users can make the transition easily. There are even instructions of Contrast's (previously App Cubby) web page explaining how to import all your old Trip Cubby data right into Mileage Log+.

For those that need a stellar mile tracking app, we'd definitely recommend trying out Mileage Log+. If you do, let us know what you think in the comments!

Allyson Kazmucha

Help and how to editor for iMore. I can take apart an iPhone in less than 6 minutes. I also like coffee and Harry Potter more than anyone really should.

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Rowanova says:

I'm a long time user of Trip Cubby, so I'll be downloading the new app. It's been in need of a major update for some time now, so I'm glad to see this. Thanks for the info Ally.

jfaneuf says:

Take a look at Miletracker by Silverware Software. Has had most of these features for a long time and it's fantastic.

Guy4Tech says:

Would you say it's worth the $9.99??

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Bloss_in_Oz says:

do the iPad and iPhone apps have to be purchased separately?

And (maybe?) does anyone have a tip for an iOS / OSX mileage app (I love apps that automatically sync between all Mac devices - there should be more!)