At MileCatcher, we want to increase the productivity of the mobile workforce world-wide. Through our mileage tracker app, our goal is to make trip logging hassle-free and accessible for individuals, business teams and companies.

We’re a four year old Seattle, USA based company with eight employees. Our founder, Lars Boesen, has a hardware background and worked + 20 years at Microsoft and Apple. He was prior to MileCatcher co-founder of Entrain Technologies.

Our product team has deep knowledge in user interface design, app development, automated test and building large scalable server solutions. What makes us different is we display the actual route for easier recall and sort all trips in four categories driving focus and productivity.
Lars B, MileCatcher Founder
Lars Boesen, Founder & CEO


MileCatcher is the only premium mileage tracker that offers unlimited automatic trip logging for the first 30 days.All reports, data back-up, and rich data export also free. Everything you need to keep a trip log is free for 30 days.  No surprises after your trial is over; if you choose to cancel your subscription you can generate reports for the trips you logged. No lock-in. It’s our contribution to the 1099 freelance economy. Already available in more than 40 countries.


Design Focus means MileCatcher will always be about trip logging. We believe in single task focused apps. This allow MileCatcher to be feature deep so it can solve complex mileage tracking requirements while still be quick to learn for new users. After the 30 days unlimited trial, we offers a paid plan that allows unlimited automatic trip logging, auto-classification of trips. Users subscribe to Premium because they want to log all trips, save time classifying trips, add more details faster and access the web portal.  More details on pricing here.

How Does MileCatcher Work?

MileCatcher is a one-touch automatic mileage tracker that runs in the background. Within minutes after reaching your destination, a trip notification is automatically generated with your trip details – how long you drove, the time it took, start and end points, and route taken. These trips can then be classified by the user as either business or personal. Additional product details here.