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    Does anyone know of an app, either out there or in development, that would track mileage? You know, for those of us that get reimbursement, it would be great for a simple log file to check it...

    Anyway, I can't post in Homebrew, but I'd pay for one...

    Thanks!
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    PreTracker would do just that! It's in the homebrew section.
    Best Buy Mobile Rep (I'm off the clock, I speak for myself and not Best Buy)
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    Def a good start. I was hoping there was one with more built in, milage reimbursement specific features, like maybe tracking multiple sessions in one day, entering the reimbursement rate for a rough idea of expenses, etc...

    Thanks
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    Check out the one being beta tested in the webOS Development forum.

    http://forums.precentral.net/web-os-...cking-app.html
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    Well, I can't post in the other forums, does anyone know of anything on the horizon for an app like this?
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    Quote Originally Posted by dcoaster View Post
    Check out the one being beta tested in the webOS Development forum.

    http://forums.precentral.net/web-os-...cking-app.html
    That's a MPG app, not a Mileage app. We're looking for something that will keep a record of how far we've driven and export it to a printable database for mileage reimbursement, not MPG.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fisack23 View Post
    That's a MPG app, not a Mileage app. We're looking for something that will keep a record of how far we've driven and export it to a printable database for mileage reimbursement, not MPG.
    EXACTLY what I think many of us are looking for. There's one for every platform (including Droid) other than WebOS...
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    I would even be happy with what I had on my old Centro - I had to manually enter mileage start/end, but it exported to CSV.

    With the GPS, I would like to have it set up to start recording at a tap and end at a tap - even if the end is back at my office.
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    Sportypal is another application for this, it export the workout in .GPX file format.

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