DriverDiary Keeps You Informed Of Everything Your Car Needs

Android: It can be hard to keep track of everything related to your car, like recent fill-ups, mileage, maintenance, or your last oil change. DriverDiary keeps track of it all for you in a tidy Android app.

DriveryDiary has logs for just about everything you could possibly need, from simple fill-ups to a section to store part numbers for things like oil filters or spark plugs that you buy yourself. Its milage tracker is pretty helpful, too, tracking how much you're spending on gas, what kind of mileage you're getting, and even linking that to the kind of driving you're doing. And, if you want to view and edit it on your computer, you can export everything into .csv format for tweaking in Excel.

There's even a pro version that adds a few extra features, like the ability to back up your data or take pictures of your service receipts for later reference.

DriverDiary is a free download for Android only.

DriverDiary [Android Market via XDA Developers]


    Why would Lifehacker pick a new app with very few market reviews as compared to more mature, well reviewed apps that do the same and often have more features, for example My Car? I smell and advertisement here.

      To respond to the last point: Anything that's an ad on Lifehacker will always be clearly flagged and identified as such. Self-evidently, this is not one of those occasions.

      If you prefer My Car, then go download it - no ones forcing to use anything. I've always found the app reviews to appear either here, or on Gizmodo to be pretty respectable. Just because My Car is a more popular app, doesn't necessarily mean its the better (I haven't tried either app, so I'm not going to speculate). Its long been established that the search function within the Android Market does leave a lot to be desired, so when good quality lesser known apps are discovered, I'm all for promoting them.

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