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There are now various fuel apps for the iOS operating system on the iPhone, iPadOS on the iPad and also for the Apple Watch with watchOS with a fuel price comparison, favorites list, map with petrol station display and more. At the forefront for some time has been Clever refueling App (or clever-tanken.de in its own spelling). There is competition with Bertha, 1-2-3 refueling, more refueling, ADAC fuel prices and the like. If you look at the reviews of users, there are no clear favorites.
Above all, a modern tank app for the smartphone or tablet must show an overview of the petrol stations in the region. A list helps to compare the price of the required fuel type (super, diesel and their derivatives). A map also helps to drive to the nearest petrol station with cheap fuel. If the opening times of the establishment are also given, the app is almost perfect. It will be when it is free and ad-free - after all, you download it to save money and not to spend more money.
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The (most) mentioned features are bundled together Clever refueling App. In the free version it does contain advertising, but after filling the tank once, the one-time in-app purchase to remove the advertising pays for itself (currently € 2,29). The average rating in the app store is also 4,6 out of 5.
The same rating offers the ADAC fuel prices App that is completely free and ad-free. It offers all functions and advantages and users like to give it good reviews. Also the Bertha The Mercedes Benz app is free, well-rated and has a nice scope. However, some users are currently reporting bugs and functional failures; this will surely be fixed at some point with updates.
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In this sequence, there are other applications for finding and controlling petrol stations with low petrol and diesel prices. The example more-refuel has a rating of 4,6 and is available for iPhone, iPad and Apple Watch. Map, navigation, price development as a graph and a mascot called "Flizzi" - unfortunately all of this comes with a subscription model.
The 4,5 out of 5 star rating also works with subscriptions 1-2-3 refueling App. The question here is whether the price is worth it in comparison with the free offers. Speaking of free; The right-tanken.de The app is free, but not as extensive and graphically not as appealing as the aforementioned examples; therefore only rated with an average of 3,8.
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Which app do you use when you need to refuel? Or do you rather recommend the apps of the railways and public transport companies because you are more likely to travel by bus, train, etc.? Feel free to leave a comment with your favorites for traveling;)
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