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[Android] Fuel Manager Pro App FREE (Usually $9.49)

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Fuel Manager Pro will help control the cost of fuel and know when they have exceeded the budget.

THE FIRST APPLICATION IN THE GOOGLE PLAY WITH FULL SUPPORT FOR DUAL-FUEL CONSUMPTION CALCULATION OF FUEL (GAS + PETROL)

Features
• Calculation of of fuel consumption - for one or two tanks (combined and separate statistics)
• Detailed statistics and comparative graphs
• Forecast of remaining fuel
• Road Calculator rundown, path cost, and the necessary fuel
• Export and import data (TSV)
• 16 themes
• Flexible settings (unit and interface)
• Widgets for quick addition of records
• Sync with the cloud, and between devices (using Dropbox API - Pro)
• Several vehicles (Pro)
• No ads. Absolutely.

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    Cheers will give it a try… I've been using FuelLog - Car Management for a while now but it has not been updated in some time but still works well…

    One think I like with FuelLog is you can also track your expenses such as services, tyres, rego, insurance..etc.. and it will give you a running cost of your vehicle…

    Cheers!

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    Will give it a try as well. Been using "acar" for years. Still good, but going though some teething issues at the moment as they link in with fuelly.com

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    I've been using Fuelio but its free I'll give it a try thanks

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    Any good apps similar to fuel manager for Apple…

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    Thanks OP, will give it a try… wait, gonna buy a car first…

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    Tried but I prefer the My Cars (Fuel logger++) app so I'll just stick with the free version of that for now

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    was looking for an app like this! you are awesome! thanks

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    Better than fuelio?

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    Have found My Cars to be pretty good.
    Been using it for years now and can't fault it.

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    Can I easily export data entered into this to Fuelly?

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    Ah. Just gave the app a whirl. Tried to import data and failed - exported data out of fuelly and saved it to the mobile. Found the location where the app was looking for the file, and moved the csv there. App could not view any records. I then went to the site for help (http://kb2soft.ru/en/) and found that a lot of the info was either in Russian only or English that had been converted to Russian, possibly using google translate.

    "The application is installed on the internal memory and keeps your data out there, though. ??Annex containing the widgets to move to SD card can not be – so there was no problem when it is withdrawn.??"

    I'm sure I could probably input some data manually, then export it and analyse the CSV structure so I can then create a file in a format the app will recognise….. but, meh. Thanks OP, but I think I might pass for now and stick with acar.

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    Most redundant thing I’ve seen this week.

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    Does it also show fuel prices at petrol stations in your area? I guess that's the most useful feature among all, if it does.