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MPG Calc app review

Price: 79p (Lite version free) | Available for: iOS

The MPG Calc does exactly what it’s meant to and it does it really well. There is a free version, but it’s well worth paying the 79p to have a cleaner, ad-free interface. One highlight was that the conversion from litres to gallons was so clear and obvious.

However, MPG Calc drops points when it comes to fancy features, as it doesn’t have the graphs and added touches rivals in this test offer. Still, if you like the easy life, this app is simple, intuitive and all you need.

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