MileIQ: Mileage Tracker & Log

MileIQ: Mileage Tracker & Log

By Microsoft Corporation

  • Category: Finance
  • Release Date: 2013-01-15
  • Current Version: 1.43.0
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 156.76 MB
  • Developer: Microsoft Corporation
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 10.0 or later.
Score: 4.64184
From 24,743 Ratings


MileIQ automatically tracks and records your mileage in the background as you drive your car for business. MileIQ users save an average of $7,124 per year. Tracking your miles for tax deduction purposes? MileIQ is the easiest most accurate way to create logs that follow IRS mileage standards. Easy to Use. Loaded with Features. Two of the biggest mistakes manual paper log keepers make is not maintaining a contemporaneous mileage log and mixing their business miles with personal miles. Inaccurate record keeping can result in rejected mileage deduction claims and IRS penalties. Automatic Mileage Detection MileIQ creates an accurate, contemporaneous record of the miles you drive for work. Automatic drive detection means no stopping and starting the app. No need for manual paper logs. Accurate Mileage Tracking Features like Name Your Location and One Swipe Classification give your tax-deductible mileage records the accurate details they need to pass IRS scrutiny. A Custom Fit No matter whether you're tracking miles for reimbursements or tax deductions, MileIQ gives you the tools and flexibility to create mileage record details that reflect the miles you drive. • Personalize each drive with vehicle names, job numbers or any designation that fits your business • Use bulk editing to give groups of drives a single purpose • Use Frequent Drives to auto-classify the drives you make most often • Add drives, delete drives, duplicate drives, and more Making Your Business Mileage Count The 2019 standard IRS mileage rate of 58 cents per mile driven for business, 14 cents for charity and 20 cents for medical mileage. MileIQ calculates your largest mileage tax deduction. For example, let’s say you drive 1,000 or 10,000 miles for business using the standard mileage rate of 58 cents you’d be entitled to a mileage deduction of $580 or $5,800. Detailed Records of Every Drive A mileage log is only as good as the reports it generates. Stored securely in the cloud, MileIQ sends weekly mileage reports directly to your inbox. Need more specificity, use the web dashboard to generate custom reports. • $5.2 billion in mileage deductions and reimbursements • 40.8 billion miles logged with MileIQ • 338 million hours saved from manual logging Join Millions of Drivers Who’ve Saved Billions of Dollars using MileIQ Try MileIQ for free. Your first 40 drives are free every month. For a complete record of all your drives upgrade to MileIQ Unlimited for only $5.99/month recurring or $59.99/year recurring. Mileage Logging that Works • Easy. Simple to install and use • Automatic. No stopping and starting the app • Organized. Classify your drives with a swipe • Accurate. Mileage logs that meet IRS mileage deduction standards Battery Consumption MileIQ consumes almost no power when stationary (as it quickly goes to "sleep"), and it will only minimally increase battery consumption when in transit. To achieve this minimal battery usage, MileIQ uses smartly constructed formulas to detect drives rather than only using GPS (which requires more power) for location data. Learn more • Help Center: • Website: • Blog: • Twitter: • Facebook: • LinkedIn: • Terms of Service: • Privacy Policy: Subscription Details • Payment will be charged to your iTunes account at confirmation of purchase • Subscription automatically renews unless the auto-renew is turned off at least 24-hours before the end of the current period • Your account will be charged for renewal within 24-hours prior to the end of the current period, and identify the cost of the renewal • Subscriptions may be managed by the user and auto-renewal may be turned off by going to the user's account settings after purchase



  • Realtor

    By Y kidney
    This app is huge for me. It is easy and is incredibly helpful for managing my mileage. Lifesaver.
  • Delete

    By Sunflower_Queen12341234
    Need more option in “edit” for example to be able to delete classified drives. Also to be able to change locations.
  • Not a battery drainer!

    By jackwong64
    It’s awesome and this is the first app that I let it has backgrounding and always on for GPS. Since my company has office 365 business premium so I can use this for free! It’s awesome!
  • Pretty good

    By cervid406
    I have multiple uses for this app. I run a paper route. Pretty consistent mileage. I find this app varies by as much as 5 miles and sometimes does not catch drives at all. Probably end up a little short on mileage at the end of year. But is easy to use on desktop.
  • Not functional

    By Jjl4150
    Everything is setup correctly but it only tacked one ride out of six. Great idea but....
  • Do not use! They will charge you for eternity

    By Rcros1
    MileIQ claims they have no control over billing. They say you have to cancel through iTunes, yet apple says I don’t have a subscription. This app worked well before you could no longer deduct mileage so MileIQ must be hurting for business as the only way out of their billing cycle is to cancel your credit card.
  • I could not be happier

    By CitizenoftheCosmos
    LOVE this app. So easy to track mileage. I always hated tracking mileage and this works so well. Will save me a ton of money.
  • The best!

    By Bizmiles
    My accountant absolutely love this app and the reports!
  • Works OK, but a few annoyances

    By alaskanjackal
    1) Takes up too much battery. Before installing it, I could last a full day or even day and a half in a pinch. Now, I’m at 30% by early afternoon. Yes, I have GPS tracking enabled, but it should be smarter about disabling GPS when I’m not actively driving. It also makes my iPhone 7 Plus horribly slow when it’s running in the background, which it has to be to detect drives. 2) Unreliable. If my phone crashes while I’m driving or my battery dies and I don’t have my car charger with me, the drive doesn’t get recorded. I also can’t trust that an app running in the background will catch everything. 3) It isn’t smart about catching brief stops. If I am on a business drive and pause at home for only a few minutes and then go to a restaurant, the app thinks it’s a continuous drive and doesn’t allow me to mark the second leg as personal. 4) The map interface doesn’t make it easy to tell at a glance what the route is. Close-up zoomed images of the origin and destination points make it hard to figure out what the trip was without really struggling to think and recall. Other apps I’ve used show the full route (and then let you pinch to zoom in) and also include the *full* address in the origin/destination lines, so it’s very easy for visual people like me to quickly recall what the drive was for. 5) It records drives where I’m a passenger in someone else’s car, and there’s no easy way to delete those drives. 6) It really should be smart and automatically classify drives. Any drive I make to/from/involving my rental properties should automatically default to business unless I override it. Same with frequent business destinations like the paint store, Lowe’s, etc. The “frequent drives” option isn’t good enough—it should allow me to automatically classify any trip to my business destinations as a business trip. A lot of this could be resolved by offering an optional ODB Bluetooth dongle, which I’d gladly pay for for the extra reliability and better accuracy. Unfortunately, the app as it is now is sufficiently frustrating that even though it’s free to me with my Office 365 subscription, I think I will be moving back to better options, even though they’re paid ones. It’s just frustrating because the app is so close to working perfectly, and these annoyances could easily be addressed with a few lines of code. Until then, though, the annoyances are big enough that I have to knock two stars off.
  • That’s it was good...

    By what ur mom wants
    Doesn’t log quick stops and lately has not been recoding stops or route incorrectly. It says I’ve had stop that was nowhere where I was it went. Also its got big gaps of time during my route.