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Have you leased an automobile?
If you answered "yes", then you need LeaseTracker.
LeaseTracker is an easy way to help ensure you don't use too many miles under your lease. After defining the terms of your lease all you need to do is let LeaseTracker know what your current odometer reads and LeaseTracker will present you with a report that keeps you on track.
Whether you want to eke out every last mile from your lease, or know how much you will owe because you have driven too many miles, or just verify you will be under your allotted miles – then LeaseTracker is for you!
*Track multiple cars
*LeaseTracker tells you what your maximum odometer reading can be on a daily basis
*Calculate excess charges
*Predict your end of lease numbers based on your current usage
*Supports miles or kilometers by vehicle
*Supports all currency's
Don't pay more on your lease than you have too because you didn't track your usage with LeaseTracker!
*tested with iOS4 and iPhone4
*Modified close button on keyboard to be compatible with iOS4
*Added About screen
Replaced corrupt install package on App Store (Version 1.0.1 - something was wrong with install package on App Store)
Added review request module - app will now ask in 10 days to review App
Corrected issue with Date Picker - Date picker required Locale to be set
-corrected mispositioned keyboard
-iPhone 5 support
What's New in Version 1.1.0
-iPhone 5 support
Better than the other app I was using
Does alot if you have multiple leases. Does what it says, and good upgrade would be to cloud it, so it would transfer information from iPhone to Ipad, etc.
Lots of detail, but inaccurate mileage estimates
One of the only lease-tracking apps that allows for multiple cars without additional purchases and features iPad compatibility, but calculations for current estimated mileage are off (for me, it overestimated by 37 miles). While it might not be much, that would lead to a surprise overage charge by my dealer when the car gets returned.
How do I figure it’s off? Here’s my calculations, based on my current lease of 36,000 miles over 36 months: My lease runs June 18, 2014 to June 18, 2017, which means there’s 1096 days in my lease. As of the day I’m writing this review - August 4, 2014 - 47 days have elapsed since lease start, and my car had 24 miles on it when the lease began. The equation is easy:
((Miles allowed over term of lease) / (Number of days between Lease Start and Lease End)) * (Days elapsed since lease start) + (Odometer reading at lease start) = Current Allowed Odometer reading
So, that would be:
(36000/1096)*47+24 = 1568 (rounded up to nearest whole mile)
LeaseTracker says my odometer should read no more than 1605 miles, which says I’m safe for an additional 37 miles that I actually don’t have.
For me, the lack of accuracy is a show-stopping issue. However, the program does otherwise offer a nice amount of detail in estimated costs, including how much you might want to stash away each month if you drive over your lease limits. It could also stand a visual update for iOS7 (and the forthcoming iOS8), but data accuracy is the primary thing that matters.
- Category: Utilities
- Updated: Nov 14, 2012
- Version: 1.1.0
- Size: 1.1 MB
- Language: English
- Seller: Andrew Stanevicius
- © 2010 Andrew Stanevicius
Compatibility: Requires iOS 6.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. This app is optimized for iPhone 5.