FuelLog: Car Management app review

Price: £1.69 (Lite version free) | Available for: Android

Fuellog’s text is quite small and not adjustable. Plus, there’s a lot of heavy inputting required with calculations, as litres to gallons has to be done manually. This is tedious and time-consuming, and not helped by the tiny graphics.

It was disappointing that the fuel costs weren’t automatically picked up in overall costs, yet the multi-currency options and clean interface made up for that. If you’re diligent, this logging tool will eventually bring a good insight into your car maintenance budgets.


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