RobertV - any news on this please? We're a little after the 15th.
Sorry I missed your previous post on my last question.
The app was submitted on the 15th and it sat pending review by Apple. A week or so later we found out they wouldn't approve it because of the name change we proposed (Fuelly Beta).
So we changed it back to "GasTracker+" (for now) and resubmitted. This was on the 30th.
Last I heard (on Tuesday) it's still sitting there pending review. In the past we've always been given a quick turn-around time, but I imagine every developer in the world submitted updates right before the new year so Apple is likely backed up a bit.
As soon as it gets released, I'm one of the first to know and I'll be sure to let you guys know as well!
Oh you add the fuel up whilst at the gas station? It's forbidden to use phones at gas stations here, and illegal to use a phone when driving so I wouldn't risk that myself.
You're not meant to here either. In fact you're meant to switch it off completely but no one does that. It's an old rule based on old technology not used any more, bit like planes now allowing you to use electronics throughout the flight. The advice hasn't changed with the technology.
I just saw the update for GasTracker+ to version 2.1. Great to see this update finally come through and I imagine it was no small feat.
One issue that was immediately apparent is my information is still showing Gallons, Miles, and MPG. My settings on Fuelly.com for my vehicle are all set to Litres, Kilometres, and L/100km. When I try to edit my vehicle in GasTracker+ (from Vehicle Info screen), is shows Miles and Gallons. When I change them, and Save, the save doesn't hold and it shows again as Miles and Gallons.
In the previous version, all screens picked up Litres, Kilometres, and L/100km, such as the Log screen and adding a new entry except that the Vehicle Info summary screen showed Miles and Gallons. Now, in the new version, it is showing Gallons, Miles, and MPG through the app. For whatever reason, the app does not accept changing the unit type.
For us outside of the US, this is pretty critical. The numbers I currently see in the app mean nothing to me, rendering it nearly useless.
Just updated as well. I'm afraid the update is working less well than the previous version. I still can't submit fill ups in the UK format, and now, in the front page, it tell me my average MPG is 11.6, last was 15.7 and my best was 33.4 rather than 47.2, 71.2 and 152 which is what is should be.