Overall Use - Makes Mileage Tracking a Snap
To get started with Mileage Ledger I first set up several vehicles within the program. Since I could track various vehicles it meant I could log how many hours I used a business car for personal use and a personal call for business use.
The program is very simple to use, I started by choosing the category I wanted to track, such as "personal" or "business" along with the name of the destination, the vehicle from a dropdown list that I wanted to track, the beginning odometer reading and even any notes I want to include such as "picking up business supplies during the work day." The data entry screen is very simple to use which makes managing the application very simple.
The program then tracked my mileage use once I started my trip, this ensured that my GPS did the figuring and not me, a nice option for the absent minded, again myself included.
After I had finished my daily trips I could then view how many miles I put on my vehicle for business and personal reasons. The summary screen shows the date of travel and the reason for the travel along with the distance in miles used for those tasks. The screen is laid out nicely and I really have no qualms.
Reports can also be filtered based on the category you want to search such as Business or Personal, the vehicle you want to track and the destinations traveled.
Once you've found your results you can then choose to save the information you've created or email the reports to yourself. The program again offers a simple intuitive interface for sharing your collected information via a simple pop up menu that appears at the bottom of the screen with finger friendly (large) icons for quick navigation.
If you'd prefer you can also get a raw export of the data found on the application, edit and resume trips all from a simple menu. I was even able to delete trips if I realized they weren't needed. Here's the edit and export screen. You can access this screen with a long press on your devices display.