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EverDrive - makes safe driving fun with trip feedback & friendly competition.

EverDrive shows you trip summaries, details on maneuvers, and gives you useful feedback to become a better driver. The safe driving app is easy to use because it automatically detects when driving starts and stops, and uses the phone’s sensors to measure your driving performance.

Key Benefits:
* See past drives with detailed feedback on maps.
* Improve your driving with personalized tips.
* Compete with your friends, family, and drivers around you.
* Reduce distracted driving with your phone.
* Encourages safe driving.

What’s New

Version 3.5.2

Improvements and bug fixes

Ratings and Reviews

4.3 out of 5
1.1K Ratings

1.1K Ratings

MeskoManor ,

Great app, with asterisks

This is a fine tool to use to improve your driving skills. After a few uses, you’re aware that it’s running in the background, making you aware of your cornering, braking, acceleration and the speed limit. I don’t use my phone while driving so that element doesn’t affect me.
The asterisks? Number 1: Sometimes, for safety, it’s necessary to brake, corner or accelerate outside the limits imposed by the app, and the driving score will reflect poorly, even though the driver is within or maybe even exceeding safety parameters.
Asterisk number 2: I’m kinda competitive and aspire to be the best driver in my city and state. I’m also honest and if I’m driving, I admit it. This app allows the user to simply change the status from “Driver” to “I wasn’t driving”, negating that particular trip if 5 stars were not attained.
But all in all, it’s very helpful and I recommend using it.

Squatch1027 ,

Car Manufacturers

Hey app developers..

You need to go to car manufacturers and have this installed into every cars internal software. A phone app will only get you so far. Here’s how it would work (it’s an easy sales pitch and should be easy to write the software. I hope your app concept is patented?). Cars now have individual driver settings for seat, side/rear view mirrors... etc. It does this by selecting a number and everything auto adjusts. This is how your product/software would know which driver is behind the wheel. It would be an automated part of the adjustment. You’d be able to monitor everything... turn signal, stop signs, speed, lane departure, tail gating.. everything. This info could be used by insurance companies to offer discounts. Imagine your app being a part of every cars internal software that would run and be hidden in the background. People could turn it off if they wanted through the car/truck/suv’s onboard touch screen.. or they could download the phone app and monitor like they do now (info transmitted via blutooth connection)... you’d be rich af.. do me a favor and send me a thank you check when you are?

David Hemmingway ,


This app constantly tells me that I’m going 20-25 over the speed limit when I’m not. I drive an old diesel truck and anyone who has one knows they do not accelerate quickly. Driving down country roads in a hurry in between curves I might hit ten over but it pings my speeding as being 20+ over the speed limit constantly when I can think back to my trip I just took and remember what my speedometer said. No my speedometer isn’t messed up because I have checked in many ways and know that it is accurate. Secondly the app needs to be able to say why you braked. Yeah some instance of slamming on the brakes should be dinged but there need to be excuses like a deer or oncoming car driving recklessly or maybe in a curve something happened... secondly I’ve driven for 100miles before and had one ding and it gives me four stars. They need to add a feature so that it gives you half stars 3/4 stars etc. they need to fix the phone usage part to where you can say whether or not you’re on your phone because constantly I’ll be driving and my sister or girlfriend will use my phone for the music and it dings me even though I’m not the one using it. Sometimes it has even dinged me when I aren’t even on my phone so idk what that’s about.

Developer Response ,

Hi David, thanks for all of your suggestions. We know that sometimes hard braking is unavoidable. Rare hard braking does not have a significant impact on your EverDrive score, only frequent hard braking does. When you review your trips, we present all of the hard braking events to you so that you can decide for yourself whether the braking incident was avoidable or not.

If you see an out of date speed limit in EverDrive, please reach out to us at support@everdrive.com with the date and time of your trip, the road, and the actual speed limit. We can then fix it for you! -Alex


EverQuote, Inc.
61.6 MB

Requires iOS 10.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.



Age Rating
Rated 4+
This app may use your location even when it isn't open, which can decrease battery life.
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