I use this every month. I would be lost without it. Terrific!!!!
I’ve been a yearly subscriber for some time now and I’ve never received a single service reminder once. All my reminders native to the app are set up correctly. However, I don’t see Fuelly listed under my phone’s notification settings. Odd. If I don’t get reminders of my upcoming vehicle services, what’s the point?
My car and all of its data simply vanished from the app after over a year’s worth of logging information on! No help or answer from the developers. I’m a paid subscriber as well!
Every time you open this app, it reads whatever you have copied to your copy/paste clipboard without your permission!!! Crazy!
Logged me out today and won’t let me log back in. Looking at the last version date, it looks like the devs are long gone. Time to find another fuel tracker. Too bad, it’s been a good ride.
No updates for over a year. No communication from the dev team to subscribers. This app appears to have been abandoned.
I’ve been using Fuelly to track my new Impreza’s fuel economy for the last few months. With previous cars, I always just assumed what my car reported was pretty close to actual. With my Impreza, I wanted the extra layer of “double-check” to compare against, especially since I’ll be keeping it as long as it lasts. Enter Fuelly. This little app is super easy to use and has the added bonus of automatically pushing updates to Fuelly’s website where other users can compare results. I’ve already recommended it to several other people, including my family. That said, if you’re looking for a paperless MPG tracker that has a free version with all of the basic features you’re likely to need, you owe it to yourself to check this app out!
Easy to use and keep track of expenses. I use it to track my fuel use.
App ok, Would love for option to be added for Services of the vehicle... Payment options, and mileage odometer entry without needing to use the fuel entry.
Constantly asks to upgrade. Way too many clicks to enter simple info. Super annoying. If I knew of any competitor app that interfaced with the public database, I’d jump on it.