Easily track your vehicle’s fuel economy and vehicle maintenance records. Set up reminders to keep on top of maintenance tasks such as oil changes and tire rotations. Fuelly makes it easy for you to save money with gas mileage calculations (MPG) and service reminders.
The Fuelly app seamlessly integrates with Fuelly.com, the web’s most used gas mileage tracking website. Easily manage the cars in your garage and log each fuel-up. At each fuel-up, just add the miles, gallons and price per gallon and see your MPG data grow. All data is beautifully displayed and perfectly synchronized with your vehicle on Fuelly.com
• Tracks gas mileage and vehicle maintenance
• Attachments to store photos and PDFs
• Online sync to Fuelly.com
• Charts: MPG, stats, gas price, gas expenses, service expenses
• Customizable service reminders, with presets like oil changes, tire rotations, and more
• Priority support via in app messaging
• Supports multiple vehicles
• Store vehicle data: VIN, License Plate, etc.
• Excel compatible email reports (CSV attachment)
• International Units: MPG (US), MPG (Canada), MPG (UK), MPG (Imperial), L/100km, gal/100mi (US), gal/100mi (Imperial), km/L, km/gal (US), km/gal (Imperial), and mi/L
"App Store Pick of the Week." —Apple
"Gas Cubby makes its mark not only with its power, but with its flexibility." —Kyle Baxter - Macworld
For more information visit: www.Fuelly.com
For priority support, contact us via in app messaging. Or you can contact us at email@example.com
Also available from Fuelly:
• Remove ads
• Add photos and PDFs to records
• Auto completion of locations when adding fuel or services
$0.99 monthly • $6.99 annually
Price may vary by location. Subscriptions will be charged to your credit card through your iTunes account. Your subscription will automatically renew unless canceled at least 24 hours before the end of the current period. You will not be able to cancel the subscription once activated. Manage your subscriptions in Account Settings after purchase.
Terms of Service: http://www.fuelly.com/terms
Bug fixes and stability improvements
Ratings and Reviews
Does not care that notifications are broken
Update 2: Apparently we are at the end of the troubleshooting stage for finding out why notifications are not working for the app. What was suggested to fix it? ‘Delete and redownload the app. Oh, that didn’t work? Nothing else we can do.’ My impression: we don’t know or care enough to actually sort out your issue. I asked if they were going to do anything else we can do to try and resolve the problem, but they said this is all they can think of. Also, as a response to the developers ‘check your spam folder’ comment. I check my spam folder every day. I never received a response to my first request for help on this issue. Thanks.
Update: After going to their website and submitting a request for feedback to another product, I was directed to submit through the app. After that I did receive a reply.
There is hardly any access to control settings within the app. It has an option to provide feedback in the app, it uses your email but I have tried many times and never heard anything back. I do not see an option to see how long I have remaining for my subscription, I thought this was a decent product and wanted to support that, but it now seems I was incorrect. One of my biggest issues is that the notifications for service reminders do not work on the app, I only see that it hasn’t told me when logging into the desktop/web version to read the forums for a solution. Not acceptable.
Developer Response ,
We do respond to support requests. Check your spam folder.
I like the general use of the app. I use it to track my Government Vehicle as well as my personal motorcycle and truck. I have learned the hard way that if you take a picture of your receipt, there is no way to retrieve it even if you go to Fuelly online. I now use Adobe Scan add it to the app as a PDF and I also keep it in a file in adobe on my phone. I haven’t been on in a while, but I don’t think you can print or specify certain reports to print for your vehicles. I do wish the online interface was better so I could print certain things or be able to pull the info into a spreed sheet like excel. Don’t get me wrong the general use of tracking services, mileage, parts, overall costs and all it dose its job. You just have to do a little more work if you actually need to put the info your are tracking into a report or file.
Charge and then charge again
I paid for this app quite a while back and all of its features and loved using it. But it became obvious that they wanted me to pay more when the app started having pop ups to add on a monthly subscription fee. I would always decline and continued using the app. Now the location services are disabled and it requires a subscription to use that feature. It won’t be long before the entire app is unusable despite paying for it.
That is like going to the store and buying a vacuum cleaner under the understanding that it will work until it gives out. Instead, while it is still working, the vacuum salesman shows up and says they are disabling the vacuum unless you pay them more and that they could care less the circumstances of your previous payment.
Shady. I partially blame Apple for letting this practice go on. I can understand if Fuelly stops with updates due to additional costs but not changing what I have already purchased.
- Fuelly, LLC
- 116.8 MB
- Requires iOS 9.3 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
- Age Rating
- Rated 4+
- © Fuelly, LLC
- In-App Purchases
- Premium Annual $6.99
- Premium Monthly $0.99
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.