EasyBiz is a new app for tracking gas mileage while on the go. Just launch EasyBiz, enter the fuel cost and miles per gallon, and go. You can also enter trips manually if you need to.
There are lots of mileage tracking apps available in the App Store but very few of them are simple enough to use that they completely replace paper logs. EasyBiz changes that by making tracking mileage pretty much a one tap affair. Just launch the app, verify the information, and tap start. Entering trips manually is easy too and only takes a few seconds.
As for syncing your data, you can export your mileage expenses via email as you need to or sync them automatically with Google Drive so they're at your disposal whenever you need them. EasyBiz allows you to view breakdowns of costs, how many miles you've driven, and how much gas you've used too. As you accrue more data, you'll see comparisons of how much you're traveling month over month.
The part I have never liked about gas mileage trackers is that I have to enter so much information that it becomes more bothersome than just scratching down an odometer reading or note in a mileage log. EasyBiz is a nice compromise between too much information and too little.
- Great interface that allows for one tap tracking
- Easy to read breakdowns by month of how much mileage you're accruing
- One tap to change MPG or fuel cost
- Auto-sync your data with Google Drive so you never lose it
- No place to add extra expenses
The bottom line
EasyBiz is a great compromise between functionality and ease of use. If you don't want to spend a ridiculous amount of time tracking mileage and don't need anything over the top, I'd definitely recommend checking out EasyBiz.
You can try EasyBiz for free but after 5 routes, to continue using it you'll have to make a one time in-app purchase for $1.99. If you happen to try it out, let us know what you think compared to other mileage tracker apps.
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