Best app to track Gas


  1. bruler1230

    bruler1230 Member

    What is the best app, paid or free, for track how much money i spend on gas, track mileage, etc? I have been using a free one called Fuel, but I am looking for something better. thanks

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  2. bruler1230

    bruler1230 Member

    Thanks...I will try this one out
  3. Hrethgir

    Hrethgir Well-Known Member

    I also use aCar, seems really good.

    In the last 5 months 16 days, I've covered 6,711 miles, used 271.52 gallons of premium fuel for a total cost of $880.74 and an average of 26.119 MPG.
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  4. bruler1230

    bruler1230 Member

    Thanks. The aCar app sounds like just what I am looking for.
  5. snissenbaum

    snissenbaum Member

    I am using the free My Car App which seems to do the job as well
  6. Mr Book

    Mr Book Member

    Will add in another vote for Acar, one of the better vehicle tracking apps there is.
  7. angldvl81

    angldvl81 Well-Known Member

    another for aCar....havent looked back since i got it!
  8. BookLover

    BookLover Well-Known Member

    Me, too. Love aCar.
  9. squiddy20

    squiddy20 Active Member

    If all you're looking for is a gas mileage tracker, Mileage is a pretty good app. I've honestly never used aCar, so I can't speak for it, but just in looking at the overview given on the market, it does seem more comprehensive. Might have to try it sometime.
  10. dokkj

    dokkj New Member

    I am also for "acar". It is a great app, and is one of the few apps I have on my phone that would never be one of the "removed to make more room on my phone" programs.
  11. funpig

    funpig Well-Known Member

    I use fuel calculator mileage by tom bernard anyz. Nice interface and simple to use to track gas mileage. Acar looks very interesting, but I don't think I want to keep track of so many details or require so much analysis. I do keep a running memo in my dropbox listing date, work done, odometer and cost.
  12. computerdoc

    computerdoc New Member

    Seems good at first trial. Will have to see if it can work with mixed units. For example as a Canadian we have km and litres. The odometer is in km. So what happens if I drive to the United States and fill up there? Will the app allow the fillup in U.S. gallons and so many km? If it does not do this then as a Canadian near the U.S. border, it is of no use to me. I would have to go back to using Fuelclinic.com online which can handle that.

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  13. chknhwk

    chknhwk Well-Known Member

    Another vote for aCar. I use the paid version and it's worth the money.

    I don't think it will do more than one type of measurement at a time, best thing to do is save receipts and convert it or convert the fillup as soon as you do it.
  14. yellolegalpad

    yellolegalpad New Member

    I use fuelly.com

    They do not have an official app, but the mobile website lets you add fuel ups on the go. You do have to view the full website to see statistics, but theres a quick link at the bottom of the mobile website and the full site still looks great on android. They indicate they are working on an API for other apps to send data to them
  15. esocial

    esocial Member


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  16. samwapp

    samwapp Well-Known Member

    Fuelly
  17. ScandaLeX

    ScandaLeX Wasn't Me Guide

    Been using aCar (paid version) for the longest. Love this app & couldn't imagine ditching it for something else.
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