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While you wait for us to best quality viagra test drive the Kiwi, you may have options for how to save gas by using your iPhone. Earth2Tech has found 5 iPhone applications that will make you feel a little cooler than using, say, a notepad and women levitra pen to track your mileage – and they’ll help you monitor and save on gas. Luckily, they cost about the same as a new notepad at the drug store.

AccuFuel ($0.99) - formerly MPG - tracks your mileage and gives you some fancy graphs and comparisons of each tank-full, based I’m sure more on your driving performance than your car’s performance. FuelGage($0.99) and GasHog do the same thing as AccuFuel but don’t have the pretty graphs. All three of these are just $0.99. There is also CarStat which is like FuelGage and GasHog but it is $1.99. Not the levitra pfizer canada best deal. And if you don’t want to spend anything at all to save money on gas, you can grab WHERE (free), which tells you the gas prices from the nearest stations so you can find the cheapest one without wasting gas driving around doing your own comparisons.

Unless you’re super serious about saving gas with your phone, these apps are likely to be cool novelties for about two days, and then you’ll wonder why you spent $0.99 when you have a perfectly good notepad and pen in your glove box.

Via Earth2Tech

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written by noone, July 14, 2008
$0.99 won't be much more than you spend on a pen and notepad, and the software doesn't use any material resources and won't end up in a landfill ... basic eco geek knowledge, no?

MPG tracks your mileage and gives you some fancy graphs and comparisons of each tank-full, based I’m sure more on your driving performance than your car’s performance.


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... 5 iPhone applications that will make you feel a little cooler than using, say, a notepad and pen ...

Unless you’re super serious about saving gas, these apps are likely to be cool novelties for about two days


This is EcoGeek, your readers might actually be fairly serious about saving gas ... and for the sake of the environment, not just to http://vignovin.com/cialis-30-mg feel cool.
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written by EcoGeek, July 14, 2008
Good thoughts noone. Just a couple more. If we want to nit-pick the impact of an application vs pen and paper, we have to consider the http://www.drk-dillenburg.de/buy-generic-cialis amount of energy used in developing the application, and what is consumed each time it is used. We also have to take into account the compostability and recyclability of buy cialis online uk said paper and pen. As to your second point, a person's driving habits have more of an impact on canadian viagra scam one's tank-to-tank mileage than the car's performance, unless of course a maintenance issue pops up. So MPG's graphs really will be based more on the person's driving than on the car's performance, though you're right that both put together ultimately make up mileage. And for the third point, you're quite right - we're all serious about saving gas. But the real point of that sentance is that the apps are more novelty, or perhaps convenience, than necessarily practical.
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Other Misc Apps
written by The Food Monster, July 15, 2008
http://thefoodmonsterblog.blogspot.com
If you aren't interested in the MPG apps, check out the lightsaber sound effect. It turns your iphone into a real lightsaber. Well save for the ability to cut things, and have light come out of your phone.
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Appigo MPG is now "AccuFuel"
written by Appigo Support, July 15, 2008
We've recently renamed the MPG product to now be called AccuFuel since version 1.1 will be more international and support kilometers. smilies/smiley.gif Will you please update your reference to state "AccuFuel" instead of MPG?

Thanks!
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written by iPhone Apps, July 17, 2008
Here is a round-up of the top 5 apps available for free in the new App Store. Come check it out.

http://www.appleiphoneapps.com/2008/07/top-5-round-up-free-iphone-apps-video/
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Car Care - another fuel economy program
written by Karl, July 19, 2008
I am the author of Car Care, another fuel economy app for the iPhone. It helps you track your mileage by entering the odometer reading (no need to reset the trip). It allows you to manage multiple cars, and gives you reminders on when regular maintenance should be done on your vehicle.

Learn more, including a screencast, at http://www.karlbecker.com/carcare

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