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Trip Cubby logs milage for business iPhone users

updated 11:20 pm EDT, Mon August 18, 2008

iPhone milage logger

App Cubby today announced the availability of Trip Cubby, an iPhone app that tracks mileage for tax deductions or corporate reimbursement. Trip Cubby features predictive input, auto-entry, auto-calculation, and access to frequent trips. Data can be searched and sorted to generate reports. Customizable tabs allow grouping or categorization of trips.

Trip Cubby creates Excel-compatible reports for email. IRS compliance was a consideration for the design. Reimbursements can be marked as paid/unpaid, and multiple drivers or vehicles can be supported. Trip Cubby is available from Apple's App Store for $10.




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  1. TerryJ

    Joined: Dec 1969

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    Awesome app!

    I am an independent Apple consultant based in central Florida and I drive between Daytona, Jacksonville, Orlando and Tampa throughout the week. Having to use the ol' notebook-then-manually-copy to a spreadsheet has long since gotten old and I was hoping a dev would create an app for the iPhone to track mileage. These guys did way more than hit the target! I can't say enough about how well this app works much less how easy it is to use and it even emails you a csv of your data, all ready to go. For $10 this is a STEAL for any professional that spends time on the road... DEFINITELY give it a look!

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