Stride: Mileage & Tax Tracker 12+

Log business miles & expenses

Stride Health, Inc.

Designed for iPad

    • 4.8 • 58.7K Ratings
    • Free



Stride is the FREE mileage and expense tracking tax app that helps you save thousands on your tax bill, all year round. It automatically maximizes your mileage deductions, imports expenses, helps you find money-saving write-offs and makes filing a breeze.

Built and designed for people who work for themselves, Stride helps you discover business expenses you can claim as an independent worker and makes filing a breeze. Most people save $4,000 or more at tax time by using Stride!

Stride helps you:

+ Save big on taxes
+ Track miles automatically
+ Log expenses like car washes and your cell phone bill
+ Take the hassle out of filing

Automatically maximize mileage deductions
Just press Start when you leave the house and Stride will automatically maximize your mileage deductions and capture them in an IRS-ready standard mileage log format. Stride users get $655 back for every 1,000 miles they drive!

+ Automated GPS mileage tracking
+ Reminders to make sure you never miss out on miles
+ IRS-ready mileage logs to audit-proof your deduction

Find money-saving write-offs
We find all the expenses and deductions based on the work you do. On average, Stride finds users $200 worth of write offs each week.

+ In-app guidance on what expenses you can deduct and how to best track
+ Bank integration to easily import expenses

Get an IRS-ready tax report for easy filing
We prepare everything you need to file in IRS-Ready reports. Stride users cut their tax bill in half on average (56%).
Gather all the information needed to file in an IRS-ready report
Support with all filing methods: e-file, tax filing software, accountant
Have all the information you need to audit-proof your taxes

Stride is great for:

Rideshare drivers
Delivery drivers
Creative professionals
Food service professionals
Business consultants
Sales agents
Real estate agents
Home service professionals
Medical professionals
And many more!

What’s New

Version 23.9.0

This update brings two exciting new features to enhance the drive tracking experience!

The first is the addition of Live Activities that displays a widget on your lock screen when you are in an active drive recording session and shows the elapsed time of the drive.

We also added support for the Dynamic Island to show when a current drive is active and the total time elapsed. This feature is available on the iPhone 14 Pro, iPhone 14 Pro Max, and will also be available on all of the upcoming iPhone 15 models.

Ratings and Reviews

4.8 out of 5
58.7K Ratings

58.7K Ratings

flymiester ,

Easiest app to use for mileage and expenses

I really like Stride compared to the other apps out there. It tracks mileage well and instantly calculates your profit. I like the fact you can categorize by jobs, add photos of receipts, and other expenses all in one place. I would be willing to pay for a premium version. I’d like to see auto detect motion start and stop, similar to MileageIQ. That should be an option to turn on and off as desired, since sometimes I forget to turn it on. My biggest complaint however, is it is not easy to search for added expenses and update or make modifications. There are 2 columns “Deductions and Income”. If I need to search for the expense I have to scroll the entire list looking for it. I should be able to search “dash cam” for example and find every expense associated for that category. II’ll add to my review as I think of more improvements the developers can add.

3rikgaming ,

Necessary App

This app is just like any other expense tracking app. It works. It’s great. I’ve been using it for years. The only isssue is that when tax season comes along. My deductions are clustered into 1 big amount. I can’t see how many miles I have to traveled that I ca use to deduct from my taxes, on the amount of money I saved from tracking those miles. Furthers more when I add supply and food expenses that also gets combined into the grand total of how much money I save. It doesn’t separate the different categories of deductions that I’ve made. It groups it all together and there is no way for me to see exactly how much money I’ve saved from Miles alone and how much money I’ve saved from supplies food etc. because when my accountant asks how many miles I’ve driven I can’t give an exact answer when they ask how much money you’ve spent on supplies I can’t give an exact answer because the grand total is clustered into one giant number of how much money I’ve saved. So this app needs to organize itself in the way that when people choose a category for deductions he can separate it so the user can identify specifically how much miles I’ve driven how much they’ve save from those total miles and from other categories how much money they spent on supplies how much money they can save based off those deductions they can make to just make it easier for when tax season comes around.

Gamer-for-life ,

Not bad has some issues

After a year of use now, while I’m driving the app keeps closing unbeknownst and to me. By the time I have to switch from GPS to look at other stuff when I click on the Stride app it has closedown so the history of my driving and keeping track of my exact miles, it just draws a straight line for the last place it said I was at and to where I’m currently at now.
So I’ve been using this app for about a year and a half now. For the past four months it’s been shutting down on its own. It’s open but running in the background as I’m using maps in the foreground. I’ll occasionally click on Stride as I’m driving and it’ll be reopening and not accurately tracking my miles. It’ll have a random line going straight from the point when I shut down to the point I reopened it (by reopening it I mean clicking on the app that’s already open to check my miles to find out they close down while it was open). So it’s a little frustrating, it’s about 65 to 75% accurate. It’s a a good program overall but unless you continuously switch between the apps, this app randomly closes down if you will, but it’s still open just not accurately tracking your miles.

Developer Response ,

Hi there, thanks for reaching out and sorry to hear that you’re having troubles with the app. We’d love to look into this more & troubleshoot. Please email us at with the email you used to create your account, and our team would be happy to dig deeper into the issue you’re experiencing. Thank you! -Sarah from Stride

App Privacy

The developer, Stride Health, Inc., indicated that the app’s privacy practices may include handling of data as described below. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

Data Linked to You

The following data may be collected and linked to your identity:

  • Location
  • Contact Info
  • User Content
  • Identifiers
  • Usage Data
  • Diagnostics

Privacy practices may vary, for example, based on the features you use or your age. Learn More

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