Do you have to keep a mileage log but thinks it is a bore.
Travelreporter makes it as easy as it can be. Tap start trip when you enter the car and then tap stop trip when you are at your destination.
Travelreporter will automatically log your start address, end address, distance travelled in miles or kilometers, time for the trip, and, if you want, place/customer and the cars odometer reading.
You can see your trip on a map, to help you navigate both during the trip, and later if you want to recall your route.
To change between kilometers and miles or liters and gallons, or if you want to enable quick choice of car and/or odometer check, just open the iPhone settings app, scroll down to Travelreporter and change.
You don't have to enter any text, but if you want, you can add a note and/or expenses. If you should forget to stop your trip you will be reminded after standing still for 10 minutes.
If you forget to log a trip, you can add the addresses later and the app will calculate a distance for the trip.
You can create different reports, which you can send by e-mail, save to your computer (via iTunes) or print.
You can create tax reports with odometer readings and expenses.
You can also follow up your fuel consumption per car. The only thing you have to do is enter the amount, when you refuel your car.
The app can log various trip data including Date, Start address, End Address, Start time, End time, Start odometer, End odometer, Expenses, Total time for the trip, Distance travelled, Place/Customer, Car used, Notes and if it is a Private trip.
You can sort the reports, with subtotals on Place/Customer and Car.
You will get an abbreviated report on the iPhone and a full report that you can email, print or copy to your computer both as an HTML report and as a .csv-report for MS Excel etc.
When you stop a trip you can, if you want, get a list of Places/Customers sorted on Start or End place, to choose from, for easy finding.
You can also get a list of cars to choose from.
Travelreporter will log everything in the background, so you can make a phone call or use other apps during your trip or you can lock the screen to save battery.
Continued use of GPS running in the background can dramatically decrease battery life.
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