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Description

Mile Logger automatically logs your drives when you start driving.

Mile Logger is totally free and have no feature limitation.

You can share your location with your friends, family members or anyone who care about you.

Highlighted features:
• Detect your drives and logging them automatically.
• Classify drives with a single swipe.
• Merge multiple drives.
• Calculate drive distances.
• Capture drives in miles or kilometers (m or km).
• Store your complete drive history.
• Add parking, tolls, vehicle information and notes.
• Create or edit drives as needed.
• Export data to CSV by email.

Battery consumption disclaimer

Continued use of GPS running in the background can dramatically decrease battery life. MileLogger is designed to limit iOS GPS usage by reading GPS data only when location is significantly changed. As a result MileLogger has minimal battery usage impact. After test
of a few month, MileLogger consumes only 1-2% of battery in 24 hours which is far lower than similar products.

What’s New

Version 2.7

This app has been updated by Apple to use the latest Apple signing certificate.

Bug fix
Removed popup ads and fixed position ads

Ratings and Reviews

4.1 out of 5
3.5K Ratings

3.5K Ratings

Sleepy Geze ,

Not bad

I think this app is pretty comparable to Mile IQ which only gives you 40 total trips a month (personal and biz) but my main and only issue so far with this app is that I can zoom in on the map to see the streets and where I went. If I go more than 3 days without categorizing I have a hard time remembering every stop/trip I made. This is forcing me to do this everyday which is not bad but just a habit that I need to build if I wanna take advantage of the free app. Didn’t seem as user friendly as mile IQ but still not too hard to figure out. Hopefully it continues to work pretty decent as it has been till now. Seems like is totally free so far but I’ve only used for less than 2 weeks so far so we’ll C. Overall am pretty happy with it so far :)

lang1007 ,

Not easy to use

I used to use another miles app (until it stopped working and wouldn’t even open anymore); this app is noticeably less functional.
It doesn’t seem to track my logs correctly and it’s difficult to edit; the swipe motion is hard to use and it keeps choosing “personal” when I’m trying to choose “edit” so now I also have to change the classification as well (several times because once i try to go into “edit” again, it just chooses “personal” again)
And it’s difficult to see my notes; I have to go into edit just to see my notes. Wish there was a way to see your notes easily, instead of 1 by 1. And I can’t even see the notes I’m typing as I’m typing; I have to click “done” which closes the page and now I have to swipe back in just to see what I just typed).
I am self-employed and need to log all my business-related trips; I like how you don’t need to remember to turn on/off, but this app feels unreliable so I might as well hand-write my logs. I like that it’s free unlimited features because I don’t drive enough to make purchasing an app worth it, so I’m hoping they can fix these bugs.

D L D N ,

Great until it isn’t anymore

I use this app for my consulting work and make frequent stops throughout the day. In the first month of using the app I was very pleased with how easy it was to use and how it automatically tracked my stops without me having to log each visit manually. After the first month the auto-tracking stopped being accurate and combined trips together when I clearly stopped and got out of my car with the phone on me at each point along the way with locations services set to “always.” Since I only get reimbursed once I have hit my first destination combining these trips together is causing me to lose out on large amounts of money in mileage. I have never written a review before but after missing out on my much needed reimbursements I had to chime in. This app (when it works properly) is great. Just wish it was more consistent with the auto tracking. Too hit or miss to give it more than 3 stars. Going back to writing my mileage down in a log. That way I don’t miss any more trips.

App Privacy

The developer, Dajax LLC, has not provided details about its privacy practices and handling of data to Apple.

No Details Provided

The developer will be required to provide privacy details when they submit their next app update.

Supports

  • Family Sharing

    With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.

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