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Import/export added to Gas Log

The latest versions of Gas Log and Gas Log Pro are now available on the Android Market.

The update adds two new features: import and export. You can now export your log as a CSV file to the SD card. From there, you can pull it off your SD card and save it as a backup, or use any spreadsheet tool, like Excel, and do whatever your heart desires with the data.

Importing has also been added, which should make switching to the paid version of Gas Log simple—just export the log from the free version and import it into Gas Log Pro.

Screenshot of Gas Log's Import/Export feature.

So far, the free and paid versions have been the same (except that the free version is ad-supported). Going forward, that’s going to change. The free version will still get bug fixes and features, but the paid version will get all that plus some extra nice features. For example, that three digit precision that users have been asking for, more statistics, and maybe even Fuelly support.

Get it now.

QR code to download Gas Log.

Gas Log 1.0.5 released

The latest version of Gas Log is now up in the Android Market.

Based on user feedback, 1.0.5 replaces the “average total cost” statistic in the rotated graph view with the “average price per gallon.”

Screenshot of the new graph view in Gas Log.

Get it now.

QR code to download Gas Log.

Note: there was a version jump from 1.0.3 to 1.0.5 because 1.0.4 contained a minor bug that I quickly fixed.

Gas Log for Android

I’m just over a month late in blogging about this, but my first Android application is out and available for download in the Android Market. I’ve written a few apps for Android, but this is the first to actually be released to the general public.

Say hello to Gas Log, the fantastically simple way to track your car’s fill-ups.

Screenshot of Gas Log's main screen.

Gas Log is simple by design and features a completely customized UI. There are similar apps on the Android Market that do much more, but Gas Log separates itself by doing a few things really well and not overwhelming the user with a noisy array of bells, whistles, and mostly ignored statistics. It’s apparent in the little details, like the custom numeric keypad that makes entering a new fill-up fast.

Screenshot of Gas Log's entry screen.

Or a beautiful graph that appears when you rotate your phone, showing you only the information you really care about.

Screenshot of Gas Log's graph screen.

Gas Log is out now and is currently free (ad-supported). An ad-free paid version will be out soon, and will include useful additions like easy backups of your data.

Search the Android Market for “Gas Log” or scan the handy QR code below.

Scannable QR code for Gas Log.