Fuelly: MPG & Service Tracker

Fuelly: MPG & Service Tracker

  • Category: Finance
  • Release Date: 2008-11-11
  • Current Version: 3.3.4
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 111.44 MB
  • Developer: Fuelly, LLC
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 9.3 or later.
  • Rating Count: 17 903


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 Features: • 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 support@fuelly.com --- Also available from Fuelly: FUELLY PREMIUM • 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. --- Privacy Policy: http://www.fuelly.com/privacy Terms of Service: http://www.fuelly.com/terms



  • You deserve -20 stars

    By groupeone
    What on earth have you done with your app?!!?? You’ve destroyed it. I am so angry with your app and your company. I have been using your app as a paid customer since the first version of Gas Cubby (before it became Fuelly). Once you changed the app to Fuelly, your app has gone down the tubes. Recently, I discovered my password no longer worked and I have had to register a new password for the third time. Syncing constantly stalls and fails. I’m constantly forced to log in. And today, after having to re-register for a third time (and being greeted with what appears to be a phishing pop-up ad on your website), I learned that your app and server have not recorded any of my entries since March 2016. More than a year of data has been lost including major service I had on my car. You have the temerity to push me to upgrade without showing what benefits doing so would offer. I’m furious. Pencil and paper would be more effective than your app. Consider me to be an ex-customer.
  • Data

    By Simsq
    I recently lost some data that we were in putting on Fuelly. I received a email on the matter and it was restored. The data that we need is from December 2017 to current month we did not get that data. Jerry
  • Great app

    By Saabspg
    The best app for keeping track of my fuel costs
  • Good app

    By jaxzn
    The earlier version was more clear & intuitive to use, but overall still a good & useful app.
  • So, so Useful

    By caseyfriday
    I have been using Fuelly since 2013, and as a person who loves data, this app is fantastic. I not only store fuel-ups, but I also store every bit of maintenance I do on my cars here. Whether it’s an oil change, intake hose replacement, differential fluid, etc - the reminders work WONDERS for letting me know that it’s time to perform routine maintenance again. I love being able to see how many miles I’ve driven my car, and combined with Blackstone Labs Oil analysis tests, this combo will keep my car running great for many, many years. This is one of the top 4 apps that I suggest to other people (along with ScannerPro, Last.fm/Spotify, and Wunderlist), because it provides so much utility to me. I happily pay for premium, because I just love this service!
  • Constantly asks me to upgrade to their subscription

    By Thegreatstate
    Bought this app before they had a subscription service and though the app works well enough I’m constantly asked to upgrade to their subscription service. The only options are to subscribe, review plans or “skip for now”. That means they intend to keep asking in perpetuity.
  • Will not restore purchase

    By JohnBoy5562
    I’ve been using this app I know 6 years never had a problem. But last year I got bit by mosquito and contracted West Nile Virus. I almost died I was in the hospital unconscious for 6 weeks my brother said I put in the wrong code to open my iPhone while I was in the hospital and got locked out of my iPhone and could not unlocked until I got home to hook it up to my iMac to restore it. After that I did reinstall a lot of app but not this one because I couldn’t drive. Fast forward to today when I was wondering when the last time I filled up my vehicle it synced all my data but said I had to pay for the app again. Said could not restore purchases. I emailed support today maybe they can help me. This is really a great app but now it’s wanting me to pay again. Oh and it was August 10 2017 the last time I filled up. As of the date of this review is December 13 2018.
  • A simple money grab, don’t buy

    By Jknight611
    I used the original app, and it works fine. This new business model is terrible. I was supposed to be grandfathered but when I tried to transfer my vehicles, all my data is gone. Very disappointed to loose all the data.
  • Best Fuel App

    By wdprice10
    I’ve tried at least 10 fuel/maintenance log apps. I’m crazy obsessive when it come to tracking maintenance and fuel costs. This is by far the best app I’ve used. The interface and especially the ability to store in the cloud separate from iCloud. Thank you to developers for creating such an amazing app.
  • Good

    By Lonolsen
    Have used for several years. Good gas mileage and maintenance record keeping
  • This app is amazing

    By Wgsbebehehbebehenen
    The easiest way to track your fuel cost
  • Love my MPGs

    By Dr.tehill
    This app allows me to keep track of my spending on gas and see how efficient my driving is. Love the fact that I can add multiple vehicles and get service reminders.
  • doesn’t Total

    By pt commuter
    when i come to the end of the year it shows me how much i’ve spent but it doesn’t total all amounts. other than that it serves as a good record keeper
  • Arbitrary “upgrades,” turn your data into their cash crop

    By MisterFox
    “Upgrades,” that offer no additional features and force my data into their hands are both creepy and unwelcome. Ads mean the user is their cow. They use the data you generate to make money. And if they claim they aren’t doing that today, it is presumably in the works. Why else would they want to “sync and store,” my personal data. Unless the whole point of that is to hold my data hostage for their subscription fee. Maybe it’s both. Update Nov 2018: Every iteration is another iteration of fewer features while still holding our data. I reiterate that their support and customer service is (at best) dodgy. This could have been a fantastic product that I’d have gladly given money to, if it didn’t feel like extortion. I am looking for alternatives. I do NOT recommend this product.
  • Where’s Fuelly Fillup?

    By dave729
    Android has a quick record Fuelly app that is super easy. Where is the iOS version?
  • The Best Little App

    By Looney in Georgia
    Fuelly is the best way to keep up with all your family’s needs to track their auto records. From fuel ups to oil changes and tune ups, it’s the easiest way to keep your info at your fingertips! You’ll love it!!
  • Siri Shortcut Integration

    By Asif Nabi
    Will it ever be possible? There are hundreds of of that are either free or one time payment where we’re paying yearly subscription to keep records of our fuel usage yet I see developers do not update this apps in months!
  • Basic functions only

    By GoldAsh
    Must upgrade to get anything above very basic.
  • This app is not easy nor convenient

    By Jentz
    If you enjoy milking mice this is the app for you. It’s not as simple as most and has poor layout
  • Satisfied

    By all-natural-nut
    Very easy to use, yet comprehensive
  • Reminders

    By Kevinmatth
    I purchased this app before it changed to Fuelly. After migrating to Fuelly the ads came back and the app will not send me an alert for my oil changes. I set a reminder for an oil change by distance every 5000 miles and it does not pop up with anything. I even tried creating a new test vehicle and entered fake records just to test the remind function. Still nothing. I cannot find anywhere to email or call for support only a forum that you have to create an account so you can post your questions only to have a bunch of other users just like myself who know nothing and are trying to figure this app out.
  • Fuelly is a great fuel log!!!

    By orchman
    We use this application to log all of the fuel that we use in our motorhome and all of our other cars. We like to keep track of what it cost for us to travel across the country and what we use locally. It has been flawless ever since they put the information on the cloud. I love this app works beautifully.
  • Liked the GPS Location station identifier - Until free version no longer caters for it

    By VuvuzelaSA
    Liked the GPS Location station identifier - Until free version no longer caters for it therefore 4-stars... I like to recommend the application to all my family and friends because I love using it! Excellent for logging my vehicle records against it as well have the safety of the backup in the cloud should I lose my phone - I can restore logs going forward... Thanks for a great app!!
  • No mileage in title menu

    By wdckellogg
    Really like the android version of just using this until I get rid of this iPhone.
  • Greedy Developers

    By Zippyzip6767
    I have no problem paying for an app, and depending on what type of service or tool, a subscription as well. I don’t, however, believe that something as basic as fuel tracking (even with attachment options) rises to the level of requiring an annual subscription. A $6 annual subscription (assuming no growth in the subscription) at 3% inflation in perpetuity has a present value of $200, which is a bit steep for me. Subscription for Spotify or Netflix with constant value-added, new programming is justified; fuel tracking - not so much... Recommendation: charge a reasonable one-time fee for the app instead.
  • Does not care that notifications are broken

    By A.J. Mac
    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.
  • No maintenance notifications...

    By D_Clark
    This app is helps me keep track of my mileage, and is supposed to produce maintenance reminders, but it doesn’t anymore.
  • Keeps opening app store for Shein fashion online

    By yonip1
    Unusable. I cannot enter data on the app because it keeps opening the app store asking me to download Shein fashion online app. Used to be great now it’s full of ads.
  • Redirects to porn ads

    By Davidluko
    Recently Fuelly started, at random times, redirecting me to apps in the App Store or to websites in Safari. It’ll redirect 5+ times in a row (as soon as I go back into Fuelly, it’ll redirect again, making the app temporarily unusable). And on top of that, sometimes it redirects me to porn ads in Safari. Seriously?!
  • Nice app to track mileage and fuel consumption

    By Jason901
    Been using this app for years. Wish it had more stats like it use to but it’s been a reliable app. One of my favorites. Keep up the good work dev team!
  • Was a great app

    By Abarth Driver
    But the constant pestering to subscribe gets old after the third or hundredth time. The subscription option needs to back the heck off on the repetitive appearances. All it's done is get me started looking for a replacement app. I purchased one of the original license versions and honestly do not appreciate my license being changed to where an ad (for the subscription) is pushed so heavily. The developers need to seriously rethink this. It's bad enough they share your data that gets uploaded to their website for sync purposes.
  • They Sell Your Info to Your Insurance

    By mypupdaisy
    My Insurance company contacted me and tells me they know how many miles I’m driving per year on my vehicle. When I tell them I was using Fuelly, they said that the Developer sells my information to third party companies and thats how Insurance companies get it. I will delete and stop using this stupid app. The developer denies this but its interesting that my insurance company knew the miles I logged in the app. I also did not have sharing features on. I no longer use the app. I have no idea who’s doing what.
  • Changed again.

    By Frustrated IL mall shopper
    Guess they changed free app again. Now it won’t let you put in location where u bought fuel. Keep restricting what you can use on free app. Not sure how much longer I’ll keep using as not functional and not worth paying for just to keep track of gas mileage.
  • Broken or lost functions in this latest version

    By Angel75c
    Wish I could give it zero stars. The following has been a problem for over a year. This last few previous versions broke the spinner that is the alternate to the number pad. Since I use the spinner to enter my mileage and find it invaluable because it shows the mileage of the last entry, and helps me to know that I am entering the mileage for the right vehicle in the app, plus I just find it to be easier to use, the loss of this functionality comes as a great blow to me. As a result I pulled the last version that the spinner still worked out of my computers trash can and downgraded. Unfortunately that version is not compatible with iOS 8 or later. Now the developers claim that the spinner is no longer compatible with iOS 8 and above. To this I call B***. I am using iOS 7 and the spinner was not working in the last few versions on iOS 7 either which indicates to me that the problem is the coding. I realize you rewritten the app only to make it even less user friendly. I rarely record my fuel purchase while at the gas station yet the newest versions of this app insist on getting location data. The app then uses the location data to suggest which station you are filling from. And even while standing next to the pump the app could not suggest the correct station. It stupidly insisted I was nearly a thousand feet down the road at an Arco when I was at a Costco. Never mind the fact that the app never lists a Costco as the station at which you are filling. It rejects it as invalid when you try to manually enter Costco as the station. I think it is time to look for a new fuel and service log app.
  • Slowly taking away features

    By Crk112
    A recent update made it a premium feature to add location to a fuel up.
  • Already paid for this app and now they want me to pay again!

    By TomStev
    Update 01/02/18: I bought this app years ago. Now they want me to pay again to get rid of ads and use premium functions. I have emailed support for this app several times now and they will not even email me back. Where's that awesome customer service you brag about? The app used to be great and then it was bought out by another company. Lost YEARS of logs on my vehicle! 8 years or more of logs gone. Was told by the old company that there was no way to get them back and that they have nothing to do with the new app owners or the app anymore. I want my money back! Thanks for losing all my data. I paid for this app to keep my data safe, not to get bought out by someone else and dump all my stuff and not even get a sorry. Update 09/26/18: So it took almost 9 months to get a response from the company that Owens this app. They only responded to my review and not the emails I had been sending since before the review. The claim they have never received any emails. Interesting that almost a year later you respond with this claim. Their response, force close the app and this should fix it. Also to email their support for more help resolving. 1. Obviously force closing does not fix the issue. I’m even on a new phone and still have the issue. 2. Why would I trust your support to fix this if I email you when you haven’t responded to multiple emails. Your customer support may be the worst I’ve ever seen. I threw away my money on this app. I’m sure a future update will find away for you to get people to pay for this app AGAIN. But not me. I hope everyone can see your laughable reply to my inquiry to you through the App Store so they can see for themselves how terrible and obviously unhelpful and virtually non existent your support is.
  • Update Removes Free Features

    By Strickerje
    This app used to be a great companion to the website, but now features that were free prompt you to buy a subscription, such as selecting the gas station location. I get charging for premium features, but this is still free on the desktop site, so you might as well just use that rather than the app.
  • Changes

    By shark9999!
    I’ve been using this app for years. Do you now require a paid subscription to add the location of the latest fill up?
  • Dislike the new system

    By 1970Bronco
    You now have to record your full odometer rather than just the trip odometer & let Fuelly track for you. If you miss a fill up, it won’t calculate. No thanks—in my new car the odometer isn’t readily visible even. I’ll go back to old school, tracking it in a small note pad in the glove box.

    By Hoyadub
    in a blatant cash grab, the location feature is now pay only. DO NOT UPGRADE.
  • Great app!

    By Harfend
    Super useful to keep track of your milage and fuel expenses. Love it!
  • Useless Garbage now

    By Jagrim
    1 Star Having to upgrade to Premium to add your location is stupid!!!!!!! Time to find something better than this garbage!!!!
  • Disappearing Features

    By Aggieland
    Was a great app, but with updates, they keep removing features that were free and moving them to their subscription app. Becoming more and more useless.
  • Losing Functions

    By GyB1998
    With each update the free version seems to lose another function. The most recent one I’ve lost is the ability to add the gas station or service station I’m using. This used to be automatic then I had to put it in manually. Now I can’t do that at all so I put it in the notes section. If the developers want everyone to pay for a subscription, then just say so. I’ll look for another app although I liked this one before these cheesy changes.
  • Great if You Love Pop Ups and Forced App Store Visits

    By WhereTheLightIs
    I’ve never review an app before but this one deserves special recognition. The Free version at least continuously forced pop ups to come up with Safari which sends you usually to the App Store to visit a sponsored app of theirs. You don’t even have to click on an ad! Heck you don’t even need to touch the screen. It does it all by itself! And I do mean it’s continuous. Back to back to back if you go back to Fuelly. Sometimes it’ll open a pop up in Safari that will route through multiple redirect web addresses just like your favorite spam website on your PC. One page ended up giving me a iOS popup to call a 1 800 number that was somehow linked in that spam page. Seriously? I was thinking about paying for a premium version, but NOPE. No thanks.
  • Good tracker, annoying ads

    By tankerace
    I purchased this app before it was named Fuelly and before the owner instituted a subscription model. It worked then and works now quite well as a fuel and auto maintenance tracker. -1 Star: Unfortunately, when it converted to Fuelly, some of the options were not afforded to those whose previously purchased the app and instead require and on-going subscription. While I find that frustrating as a user who already invested the advertised price into this app, I get the capitalistic nature of the subscription model for app developers and their overhead for continuous development. - 1 Star: My main annoyance with Fuelly is its regular advertising for premium subscription-based features upon app startup. I’m not even trying to access those features. I get interrupted using the features I’ve already paid for with the ads to pay for more. Makes me want to find another app, but I’ve got so much history with Fuelly that it would be time-consuming to migrate elsewhere. The the Fuelly devs: if you’re listening, please remove the apps that get in the way of non-premium features and please consider giving premium features to those who bought your app before you went to the subscription model.
  • I now officially hate this app and the developer

    By Sekurt
    What the “F” is wrong with you developers? I paid for a “lifetime” subscription over 4 years ago. Why do you continually update this app, screwing over the “paid” app users, limiting usage, constantly chasing the all mighty $. This app with the most recent “update” is now completely unusable, endless cycle of adds rerouting me to various App Store games???? All the “hard closings” and reopening, delete, reinstall, fails to get me back to an add free application that I can actually enter my data. I have officially now had it with this now piece of crap money grabbing application. You have lowered yourselves to developer scum seeking subscriber based income. Removing all usefulness from this app and discarding your “years long user” base. Good f-ing riddance..!!! Fuelly Deleted.....
  • Money grab

    By Clamball
    Used to be great, though they keep taking things away forcing you to subscribe to the paid version. NOPE! 🖕🏼
  • Used to be good

    By crodent
    Suddenly recording fuel up location is a premium feature. Time to find a different app.