1,000,000+ people trust Everlance to track their mileage and expenses
automatically. Everlance uses GPS to create an IRS compliant mileage log and
connects with your bank or credit card to sync with your expenses &
receipts. • Self-employed users find an average of $7,500 a year in po...
I’m diggin this app!
I haven’t ever really kept up with my mileage probably the real way I was suppose to but I logged it anyways, just in case! I became an independent contractor with a company that provided Everlance to keep up with the miles for me. Didn’t think I’d really remember to turn Everlance on to track my mileage until I found the automatic trip detection. I do sometimes get frustrated because it WILL track your every mile & you then have to classify the unclassified & it piles up at times, but that’s my own fault 😉 I have since become a premium membership holder & this app is amazing! I don’t really know a whole lot about keeping records when your an independent contractor, so to speak, but I’m really diggin this app because it does so much for you! I’m not one to trust just any “let it do it all for you”! I’ll give it a try & if something doesn’t feel right, I’m out & quick. Been burned to many times BUT I’m really loving the Everlance App. You just plug in your numbers & your set, ready & go 😉It’s really a user friendly app for sure! It remains to be unseen as of now but I will see how much I’m diggin it come tax time 😁
Design flaw or intensional
You are not able to manually start and stop a trip for recording your mileage using this app. When you leave your location on a business trip and the entire trip needs to be logged for business, this app will automatically end the trip and start a new one when you have stopped for 10 minutes or longer. So pitstop for fuel, restroom and food, oops sorry, new trip. In my case when using the “free app” for 30 trips, (NOT) one 8 hour trip and return home consumed the entire free 30 trip per month allotment. For example, once I arrived at my destination I went to the store a mile down the street from my hotel and that was one trip because I left my location. Because I stopped and was in the store 15 minutes, returned to my hotel, that was a trip. Do not think you will be able to use this app for free, they have designed it to automatically burn through your 30 free trips quickly so you will have to make a $60 - $96 purchase this app from them. This problem could be fixed with allowing to manually start and stop trips and override the automatic start stop feature which is hugely annoying. This app does not do a good job explaining this auto start / stop feature on purpose and for good reason, I would not have downloaded this for even the “free version” had this been disclosed.
Simple But Full of Features
This is a great app. It’s very simple but very versatile at the same time. When I swipe the trip to the right to mark it a work trip Immediately get pop-ups of categories for work trips. Fantastic feature for somebody like me with multiple clients. Other apps have the ability to break trips into different clients but this one makes it so easy. I don’t have to go into any submenus. I also like that it makes it very easy to merge trips, a frustration for me with other apps I’ve used. If you sit at a stoplight too long (Real long - traffic jam) or sit in the parking lot to write a note all the apps break it into two trips. With this app a couple clicks and the trips are merged. I also like that it’s easy to manually enter addresses and it will calculate yes calculate the mileage. I haven’t seen too many other apps that are able to do that, although there are a few.
Stopped working when I started paying
I appreciated the trial of the premium features before committing to pay for an entire year. I was very pleased with the app during my trial. Never had a problem. It seemed that as soon as I dropped the $60 for the year, the app started to have a bunch of problems. Miscalculating the miles on a trip and I have to go in manually to correct and not starting trip requiring me to go in and manually enter it. If I have to keep manually entering everything, I’m going to start wondering why I’m not just doing it the good old fashioned way and saving my money. Update: I contacted everlance and was quickly helped to troubleshoot. Sounds like problems with the gps was a common problem with the latest iOS update. Their recommendations worked, and everything seems to be working well for now. In the future, if there are known of problems affecting numerous people, it would be nice for everlance to put out an email notification with strategies to solve the problem. I’m trusting this app to track data for my taxes, so it’s important that it work (or that I be notified when there are problems with the system) the way it’s suppose to.
Good if you only drive for ridesharing
Otherwise it’s the most obnoxious app I had installed. It’s great for keeping track of your mileage and expenses incurred from working for Uber/Lyft/DoorDash/Shipt/Postmates or whatever. But say you only do that once in awhile... the app is still going to notify you every time you drive asking you to classify the trip, even if you have it set to automatically classify trips as personal or work, it’s still going to ask you to classify the trip which is incredibly annoying to me. Same with transactions, if you link your bank account to help keep track of revenue and expenses from ridesharing, it’ll constantly ask you to classify any transaction that it sees, even if you tell it to auto classify the transactions, it will still ask you. Again, incredibly obnoxious. I even contacted support about this and was hoping it was just a setting I missed but now. You either have an obnoxious amount of notifications that are unnecessary if you’re not ridesharing full time, or no notifications at all and you forget it’s there. Like, I paid for your service, could you maybe use that money to get some good app engineers to make it less annoying? Thanks but I’ll figure something else out. Deleted.
Used to be good
UPDATED REVIEW: I’ve been able to stick with not paying and it was working out OK for a few months. You get 30 free automaticly tracked trips, then it switches to manual. The app, however, seems to be designed to force you to pay. I will turn off automatic tracking to save some trips because I am not working, but then the trips will still be tracked and now my free trip count is down a trip. It can never be turned off, even though it gives you the option to do so. Furthermore, the prices have only gone up and up and the prices are outrageous for what it is. In the beginning it seemed like a small company that cares, now it’s a popular app that does not care about the user. When I first started using it, it was a flawless app. Auto tracked miles or let you do it manually. Then suddenly they updated the app with premium features, which is fine..we all gotta make money. But then it turned into bullying the users into subscribing to the monthly premium costs. No real guidance on the change to premium. Then suddenly it kicks into my "free" app and im only allowed to track a certain amount of trips a month unless I want to upgrade to premium.
Superb mileage tracker
I drive for Lyft, Uber, UberEats, Postmates & DoorDash. This is an amazing app that really accounts for all miles driven for all these platforms. It’s the top rated app here for a reason and while there are other options to track your mileage and expenses, I feel that the design interface is extremely user friendly. I’m one of those people that took me about a week to figure out how to save my data to the cloud so I’m not very tech savvy. I literally learned how to use this app overnight: simple, time efficient, and versatile to implement into your specific business needs. To the developers of this app: thanks for brainstorming this concept into actual feasibility. For new users: save the time and trouble for other things if you’re on the fence about trying it. You won’t be disappointed.
Resolved: Won't refund my $60 after annual auto bill.
Ashkan, a Manager at Everlance personally sent me an email apologizing for my unpleasant customer service experience. He offered a gratis year of service as restitution. Technically, Everlance is a great product (5 Stars). But, their customer service definitely needs some improvement. Original negative review: I don't need the service anymore. Unfortunately, I forgot to terminate prior to being auto-billed for the next year. I have sent Everlance four email requests to them to terminate and refund. I received one email from them offering a $15 credit towards the outrageously expensive $60/yr service if I remained a subscriber, which I declined. Since then, no response...no refund. I even tried calling their support number several times. It immediately rolls over to a greeting that says, "No one is available at the Google number you have reached. Please leave a message...". I left a voicemail over a week ago, but still no response. What they are doing is illegal.
Notify people before they will be charged $60!
I purchased a 1 year membership at a discounted rate through Shipt. I was not aware this was a discounted rate, though. I was also not properly notified I would be charged $60 soon. I haven’t even used the app for months and have emailed customer service requesting a refund. Enough is enough, subscription based apps. I’m to the point where I don’t even want to subscribe to anything. The app itself is ok, and maybe worth $60 if you are actually using it, but I no longer have a need for it because my job changed. A warning email entitled “Your credit card is about to be charged for an annual membership—please act now” would have been great. Don’t bury a vague renewal message inside a “happy 1 year with Everlance!” email that no one is going to open. Edit: after emailing them, they have already refunded me. Thank you for making it right.
I am not happy. I have on my second year as a premium subscriber. The app tracked best while a trial user last year. Once I paid for the year it wasn’t as accurate but was acceptable. Now, especially since they took my payment for this year the tracking is completely wonky. It’s even tracking mileage that doesn’t exist! It has me taking a trip when I was fast asleep with my phone with me. It is combining trips into 1 huge mess. I have even rebooted the app and my phone. I have been emailing them with no response. The chat box is no longer working. I used the transaction portion to track my expenses for my taxes. Very frustrating! There is no search available for me to see if an expense is already inputted. There are so many features that this app needs to make the transaction portion easier to use. I have emailed those suggestions many times with no response. I am patient and don’t mind waiting for improvement but I feel ignored and that the app is not being monitored. I would like my money back.
Everlance is incredible
This is a very simple app that you can update as you go. I am a pro user and I like that I can link my card so that I don’t have to fill in the boring details of my transactions—instead, the app asks you to swipe left or right if it’s for personal or work. The automatic tracking of my miles is a HUGE plus. I basically start the app, and it handles the rest. Overall, the app is incredibly useful. If you do any rideshare work (like DoorDash, Uber, Postmates, Instacart, etc..) this app can save you a headache trying to log your tax information. I am also a photographer and I have to travel for clients at times and this app even had a way for me to add “photographer” to my list of jobs, which was an added bonus!
I’ve used Everlance for a few years now and it’s mostly fine. It sometimes stops working for some reason but the app does remind you at points when it’s no longer in memory to open it up so that it can track your drives. I really like the ‘favorite trips’ feature but don’t understand why you can’t flip a toggle to have it auto tag the drive from the other direction (round trip). It’s infuriatingly tedious to have to input the same trip in the other direction. However, the most annoying part about the favorite trips feature is the fact that’s it still gives a notification that it has “auto-tagged a favorite trip!” How about notifying me when it detects a trip is frequent one, ask me if I want to classify it as a ‘favorite’ trip, whether or not to make it round trip, and then, stop bugging me! The whole point is to not have to deal with the drives that you frequently make! Speaking of notifications, they tend to pile up quickly in Notification Center... If such a feature existed, I would embrace the option to receive a single notification at the end of every day reminding me to go in and tag my drives for the day. Also, shortcuts integration would be nice, to say, only start tracking when it detects my cars Bluetooth or CarPlay connection, or an NFC tag... that would help to avoid many of the above issues...
So far so good
Just getting to learn the app. I have been a Neat Desk Scanner user for two years, but hate having to scan all my receipts. I was sold on this product by the automated mileage tracking, and then by the ability to connect to my various card accounts to simplify expense tracking. However, while the app currently connects to a number of major banks, they do not (and as of now will not) connect to smaller/local institutions. Being able to take a picture of a receipt for filing is nothing new. Neat Desk at least TRIES to decipher the receipt’s data for categorizing, this app does not. In order to file you must add, scan, then input data. There is certainly room for improvement, but this team seems to motivated to growing fast, while also providing a quality product at a fair price.
So easy and useful, great support
I used this app while working for two delivery companies and was a premium member. The auto trip tracking worked great, and the reporting features and easy to read dashboard paint a quick and accurate picture of your work and personal miles. When filing my taxes, Everlance made it a breeze to find my mileage deduction information. And their customer support is top notch! They responded to my email within minutes and had adjusted my account as requested when I had failed to cancel my auto renewal in time. Unexpected excellent support that you just don’t see from many app developers anymore. Highly recommended!
Most reviews here are not real or too biased.
This app fails constantly. If or I should say when it does. There will be no notification or auto tracking done after the fact. Meaning you will loose miles tracked unless you keep on checking the app is still working. In software development, It is common practice to handle/address errors properly. Everlance the app and the company has never given the time to add in error support to prevent app failures from stopping the tracker. This issues has always been there. The app in general seems less reliable after the paid subscriptions came out. Honestly I don’t trust this company to make an error handling app or one that just doesn’t fail constantly. In my and most tax professionals opinion. DONT TRUST THIS APP TO ALWAYS WORK. WRITE DOWN START AND STOP MILES AND ONLY USE THIS AS A BACKUP. you will save a bunch on taxes. I saved hundreds off my taxes by having accurate recorded mileage for my work. You should do the same.
Yes. Everlance: Mileage & Expense is very safe to use. This is based on our NLP (Natural language processing) analysis of over 15,556 User Reviews sourced from the Appstore and the appstore cumulative rating of 4.9/5 . Justuseapp Safety Score for Everlance: Mileage & Expense Is 42.1/100.
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