Smartphone mile tracker and trip log for iOS, Android, and Windows Phones

Bloomberg Businessweek recommends MileBug as 1 of 4 Tax Records Services

MileBug is quickly becoming the mileage tracker of choice! Right on tax day, 15 April 2013, Businessweek journalist, Anick Jesdanun, wrote an article entitled, “Review: 4 services to keep tax records organized” and among such notables as Mint, Expensify, and IDonatedIt, he included MileBug Mileage Log. Just go to page 2 of the article and Anick points out MileBug is available for Android, iOS, and Windows Phones. At the end of the section on MileBug, he says,

“Expensify’s app lets you do some of it, but MileBug is worth getting if you travel a lot.”

 

I was also reminded that our mileage tracker was mentioned in the New York Times early on and found
this article from March 2009 when MileBug was only 7 months old:

Have smartphone, can travel” by John R. Quain

About the product: Created by Izatt International, MileBug is quickly becoming the preferred method of tracking your tax-deductible miles. If you don’t yet have it, you should: you’ll start getting the most out of your taxes. This mileage tracker is currently available for the following iOS devices: the iPhone, iPad, and iPod Touch. It is also available as an Android and Windows Phone app. The app easily allows you to track miles, see the current going rates for business, charity, and medical tax-deductible miles, and easily export and email mileage reports in HTML and CSV.

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