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Old 07-09-2016, 11:36 AM   #191
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Any more updates on GasCubby v3? I'm starting over again with Gas Cubby (used free version for years, lost all data when phone crashed and had to restore). As long as I'm restarting, might as well restart with latest if it's ready.
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Old 07-18-2016, 12:16 PM   #192
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Any more updates on GasCubby v3? I'm starting over again with Gas Cubby (used free version for years, lost all data when phone crashed and had to restore). As long as I'm restarting, might as well restart with latest if it's ready.
We're nearing the final stages of beta. Give GasTracker+ a try. It's essentially GasCubby 3. In fact, this latest app store version mirrors a prior build that our beta testers are using.
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Old 08-11-2016, 11:58 AM   #193
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Gas Cubby? Gas Tracker?

Any news on GasCubby 3? It's been a while.

I saw Gas Tracker is "essentially GasCubby 3". What does that mean? How will that differ from Gas Cubby? If they are essentially the same app, is one of them going to go away? what are the differences? Why would I want one over the other?

Is there a way to import Gas Cubby data to Gas Tracker?

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Any news on GasCubby 3? It's been a while.

I saw Gas Tracker is "essentially GasCubby 3". What does that mean? How will that differ from Gas Cubby? If they are essentially the same app, is one of them going to go away? what are the differences? Why would I want one over the other?

Is there a way to import Gas Cubby data to Gas Tracker?

Thanks...

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GasTracker will eventually be replaced by GasCubby. Not immediately, but later on down the road.
GasCubby 3 will allow you to migrate your data from the current appstore version (v2.7). GasTracker obviously doesn't have that function. Apart from that, and GasCubby Pro(paid) not having ads, they are the same code, and therefore look/feel the same.
As for ETA- we are currently working out a few issues, regarding iOS10, and then I'd say we're just a couple builds away from releasing it publicly.
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Old 08-11-2016, 01:56 PM   #195
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I sorry as I lost the original email I got as a GasCubby Beta Tester.

Where do we report bugs again?

The latest version keep crashing at opening...
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I sorry as I lost the original email I got as a GasCubby Beta Tester.

Where do we report bugs again?

The latest version keep crashing at opening...
Either through the "feedback" section in the app, or here on the forums.
If you're running iOS10 beta- then that'll explain the crash. We'll have a fix soon.
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I do run iOS Beta.

Thanks for letting me know!
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Confused, too

I have been patiently waiting, too. Maybe I should have tried to enter the beta. Anyway I have been running both GasCubby free and Gas Tracker+ simultaneously (and created a Fuelly account. I'm kind of tired entering data into both apps so would like to what would be the recommendation as far as upgrading? I also do not want to lose my service reminders and was wanting to go Pro eventually.

Any suggestions welcome and thanks in advance. 😄
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I have been patiently waiting, too. Maybe I should have tried to enter the beta. Anyway I have been running both GasCubby free and Gas Tracker+ simultaneously (and created a Fuelly account. I'm kind of tired entering data into both apps so would like to what would be the recommendation as far as upgrading? I also do not want to lose my service reminders and was wanting to go Pro eventually.

Any suggestions welcome and thanks in advance. 😄
Wait no more!... well... few more days. GasCubby 3 is releasing next week!
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We've been waiting on Apple's Review Team to approve GasCubby 3.0 since the end of last week.
Here's hoping it wont be much longer!!
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