Mileage  for Micromax Bolt A69

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Micromax Bolt A69 smartphone was launched in May 2014. The phone comes with a 4.50-inch touchscreen display with a resolution of 480 pixels by 854 pixels.

The Micromax Bolt A69 is powered by 1GHz dual-core Broadcom BCM21663 processor and it comes with 512MB of RAM. The phone packs 4GB of internal storage that can be expanded up to 32GB via a microSD card. As far as the cameras are concerned, the Micromax Bolt A69 packs a 5-megapixel primary camera on the rear and a 0.3-megapixel front shooter for selfies.

The Micromax Bolt A69 runs Android 4.2 and is powered by a 1800mAh removable battery.

The Micromax Bolt A69 is a dual SIM (GSM and GSM) smartphone that accepts Regular and Regular. Connectivity options include Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, FM and 3G. Sensors on the phone include Proximity sensor and Accelerometer.

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App Reviews for Micromax Bolt A69

  • John Reilly
    Good app, suggestions for import improvements
    Pretty good. Import crashes if there are missing fields App is set to enter volume and total price, import with volume and price but no price per unit, will end up showing $1.00 in price per unit. Editing and saving without change updates to the correct values. With only one car you still have to have an ID column it could skip this and allow choosing a single car. It could recognise names of columns in CSV import rather than requiring you to enter them all even if the names match.
  • A Google User
    Simple, Easy and Fast
    I need a quick way to log my fuel cost and mpg. This does it. Improvements: Color would be nice. The history should also show the notes. Currently the only way to view the notes is to edit the data. Bugs: Slight bug. After I add a fuel fill up, if I notice I have made a mistake I will go back and edit the data. The correction does not show up until I return to history.
  • Andy Forcey
    By far the best I've used.
    I tried four other free gas mileage trackers. This is the first that was accurate, bug free, and refreshingly easy. Now that I discovered the graphs when you tap any statistic line, I am downright smitten. :)
  • A Google User
    All around useful and works well
    This app is easy to use and works great on my ICS Galaxy s3. I'm seeing a mention of saving the fill-up locations, but I don't see anywhere to add this when inputting a fill-up, although when I look at the statistics, there is something in the fill-up locations of North, South, East, and West--where is this coming from? If from GPS or similar, that could be a problem, since I don't enter the info until later when I arrive at my destination, so it would be incorrect if that's the case.
  • A Google User
    Nice App
    Great app, I love it. It does have the one flaw that if you miss a fill up, or do a partial, it chokes on the data. IOW, the partial fill option does not work like it should. Best course of action here is to see what your average has been and divide the miles since the last fill up and enter that in for gallons.
  • A Google User
    Great App!
    Have been using it for almost a year, and it is an awesome way to track and maintain cost, mileage, and fuel efficiency data. The fill-ups ARE editable individually, contrary to some other reviews. Plus, you can export to a csv and view or edit in Excel. I have also checked the calculations (miles driven/gallons consumed) and they have always been spot-on. Only issue I have found is that when exporting to csv, the dates are sometimes intermittently hashed out (####). Configuring and setting up the service intervals is also a great feature-- I don't need it, but Wifey sure does! All in all, a great app, VERY useful, very functional, and FREE!
  • Terry Sellman
    Milage App
    Math works correctly. Maybe it's another excel challenged user, that never got training (like 98% of the excel users out there). Microsoft doesn't care if you know how to use it, just as long as it's installed on another PC.
  • A Google User
    Best in Market so far
    This is the best app to keep track of your fuel consumption so far. The only thing that sucks about it is its graphs. Generate better graphs and you get my fifth star! Keep up the great work! :)
  • Scott Ozawa
    Pretty good!
    I've been using this for a long time. Great app. It would be nice to add in some user error validation though. So catching it if I enter numbers that are clearly off such as an odometer that is 1000 miles away from the last entry or gas that costs hundreds of $$. I'd also like it to tab more logically. Odometer first, then price, then gallons. Gallons is out of the loop
  • Rehan Samad
    Great app
    Its a really great. The one problem I for me is with the second vehicle. It lets me add the second vehicle and input fill ups but it crashes when I try to access the history for the second vehicle... so I cant see any stats oe history for the second vehicle! Other than that its awesome.
  • andcheeky2
    Easy to use, but needs cloud integration. Basic logging and calculations are fine, but statistics are totally messed up. I'm retired and have filled up my tank 11x in 6 months, yet My Fill up info: Avg: $324.84 Maximum: $4177.37 Estimated per year: $9378.08 And, supposedly it costs me $1.23 to drive one mile. That means I couldn't drive 50 miles on one tank of gas.
  • Kevin Coulombe
    Great app + bug report
    I have been using this app for a long time and I love it! Btw, I just created a second car and the car list dropdowns did not appear until I restarted the application. I was confused for a while...
  • A Google User
    Please keep developing.
    My statistics getting messed up, when I forgetting to enter data at the pump. If I skipped fill up, the app should know about it, as my MPG doubles compare to average. It should ask me if I want to fill the blanks with average from statistic.
  • Jonathan Becker
    Great App but need to commit
    I once missed entering a fillup and it messed up all my stats. Not very forgiving in this way. But if you stick with it, it works very well. I entered a custom field to record the Octane to see if I could notice if sticking with the recommended Octane rating for my vehicle would improve mpg or not. It would be great if the developer could incorporate this into the app. I haven't analyzed the data yet to see if there is much of a difference. Likely too many variables at play anyhow. But love the app!
  • adam rader
    Great until I got my new S5
    I've been running this app for probably a year and a half or more and love it. It's been flawless on my Galaxy S3. Not so much on my new S5 which lacks the usual context softkey. Now I can't import my old data or access the settings menu. Hope that gets fixed soon!.... And I just learned that pressing and holding the left softkey functions as the context key. Yay!
  • Mercedes Jayne
    partial fill is buggy
    Partial fill calculator only works correctly when you exit the program and re-open. When the data is entered, it initially uses just the most recent fill, ignoring the previous partial. Exiting seems to trigger recalculation, and then average between fills is correct. Would be nice if this calculation was correct right of the bat. Likewise, when switching from mi/gal to L/100km, had to exit and reopen for units to update.
  • Anonymous
    Great app, but how do I start a new record with a new car?
    I have used this app for several years and loved it as a way to track my fuel economy for my Jetta diesel. But I recently bought a new Prius and want to keep separate statistics on my new car. I tried repeatedly, and finally just gave up. I uninstalled the app and will reinstall it for my new car. But I won't be able to compare performance. I guess folks wouldn't be able to use the app for more than one car.
  • Mac Doctor
    Good App
    This is a pretty good app but I wish there was a quicker way to input the information because you're in such a hurry when you're trying to gas up. ( perhaps carry over data from the last fill up?) Fix this and I will give you 5 stars.
  • Jon King
    Still needs a little work
    I have been using this app for years with only one vehicle and its been great. I just bought another vehicle and set up the new truck on the app as a different vehicle. I was able to record my first fill up with the new truck but when I went to the history page I was unable to switch between the 2 vehicles. I found out I have to select my new truck from the drop down, then go to a different tab and come back to the history tab for the history on my new truck to show up. Then the same process to switch back.
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