Keep your mileage log on your phone!
Record your trips on the go manually or track them fully automatically with our iOS or Android mileage tracker app! At the end of the month, get an IRS-proof mileage log recommendation for your missing trips! This way your mileage log will meet every expectation!
The app will display the vehicles, headquarters/branches, partners, Filling stations, trip purposes already included in your web dashboard.
You can record your arrival at your partner/Filling station with the touch of a button. If the location is not already in the database, you can add it as a new partner/Filling station in the mileage tracker app.
What makes this mileage tracker app unique?
- Multiple recording modes. Your trips are automatically recorded with Car Bluetooth and the Phone charge monitoring functions.
- With manual recording, you only need to record your trip when you arrive at a destination, this way the app doesn’t drain your battery or consume your data in the background by constantly monitoring your route in the background.
- You’re not constantly tracked by GPS, which complies with privacy law.
- If you previously added partners to your Partner list in your MileageWise dashboard, when visiting these partners the mileage tracker app will recognize them and save them automatically.
- Manage multiple cars or manage one car on multiple phones.
- Waze integration.
- Display companies near your current location so you can save them to your partner list with the touch of a button.
- Company name and POI search for partner recording.
- You can record any GPS points.
- Record end-of-month odometer readings.
- You can record your filling data.
- There is no obligation of buying anything before trying MileageWise out!
- This is not just a standalone app, so you don’t have to work on a small screen when editing your mileage log, you can do the rest on your computer in the web dashboard. Such a getting a mileage log recommendation with the help of our AdWise technology for your forgotten trips or checking 70 logical conflicts in your mileage log before printing it out.
Simple, isn’t it?