Mileage auto-tracking arrives on Android
Zero-touch trip tracking now available for Driversnote users
At Driversnote, we are excited to let you know about the new introduced automatic tracking capabilities available in our Android application. Bringing this functionality in line with the popular iOS version of Driversnote (used by over 500,000 people worldwide at time of writing), the feature delivers zero-touch mileage tracking to customers using the Driversnote iBeacon solution.
Driversnote CEO and Co-Founder, Martin Poulsen, said, “Surveys and user data have confirmed that people who need to keep a mileage log will, at some point, forget to log a trip - and for many, it’s a common occurrence. Our users have told us repeatedly that they want to focus on what’s important, so we’ve worked hard to make sure that filling in mileage logs is no longer a hassle. We’re excited to bring our automated mileage tracking to Android users all over the world.”
Using the Driversnote iBeacon, you will never forget to log a trip again. With an iBeacon in the car, the app detects when users enter and leave their vehicle - automatically logging and classifying each trip in the background.
Driversnote iBeacons are included for free when purchasing an annual Driversnote subscription and are also available to purchase online as an add-on to a monthly subscription. Find out more about the Driversnote iBeacon today.
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