Road Trip app review

Price: £4.99 (Lite version free) | Available for: iOS

Although there’s a free version, the paid-for Road Trip app is packed with features and worth the money. Example data puts you off at first, but once you’ve added your car, data logging is a piece of cake.

There’s an expense feature that’s useful for tracking business spend, and it would have been exceptional if it could record images of receipts. Plus, the analysis graphs are a bit data-heavy. Personally, we’d have preferred the app to have a simpler view and more toggling options. It’s hard to fault for value, though.

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