SherpaShare - Driver Assistant

SherpaShare - Driver Assistant

By SherpaShare, Inc

  • Category: Finance
  • Release Date: 2015-05-09
  • Current Version: 2.72
  • Adult Rating: 17+
  • File Size: 70.39 MB
  • Developer: SherpaShare, Inc
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 8.0 or later.
Score: 4.5
4.5
From 932 Ratings

Description

Do you Uber or Lyft? SherpaShare boosts your income 30% and more. Give it try and share your feedback! HIGHLIGHTS: - SherpaShare automatically tracks your driving mileage for business and tax purposes using advanced tracking technology. You'll get the tax deduction you deserve with almost no effort. Our users save on average $6,900 per year! Use our web dashboard to manage your finances and expense in one place. - SherpaShare Pro Tool set helps you make more money with real time insight about when and where to drive and how to drive. - SherpaShare provides deep analytics for your work so you can stay top of your job. - SherpaShare connects you with our large driver community and chat with other drivers. Get real-time info, help, and support. - SherpaShare gives you exclusive access to huge driver saving on wears and gears. FEATURES: • Automatically tracks all your mileage using your phone’s GPS • Battery-friendly • Makes tracking revenue and expenses effortless • IRS-compliant mileage log • Securely backed-up in the cloud with all your financial information in one place, and accessible from every device. • Connects you with a community of other drivers for insights into real-time road conditions, work-related questions, and stories. • Real-time data intelligence for your ride sharing gig • Access to more money making opportunities GET THE TAX DEDUCTION YOU DESERVE: If you use your personal vehicle for work, every mile you drive is worth 53.5 cents as a tax deduction or mileage reimbursement. Keeping a manual mileage log is time-consuming and a major hassle. With SherpaShare's advanced tracking technology, drivers can log more miles due to the improved accuracy and "always on" nature of our service. SherpaShare also gives you peace of mind while allowing you to focus on maximizing your earnings. • If you drive 10,000 miles a year, your mileage deduction would be $5,350. That’s 10,000 miles x $0.535 (standard mileage rate) = $5,350. That’s money you won’t need to pay in taxes or money that you get back from your employer as a reimbursement! • The average SherpaShare customer is logging $6,900 in mileage deductions or reimbursements. • Integrates seamlessly with www.sherpashare.com using the same login. • All your mileage and expenses are securely backed up in one place. BECOME A SHERPASHARE MEMBER: Upgrade to our premium membership to access all of our features for $5.99/month recurring or $59.99/year recurring. "A 12-mile business drive earns you $6.48 in deductions, more than the cost of SherpaShare premium membership for one month." " Your SherpaShare subscription can be reimbursed or tax-deducted as a business expense” If you choose to subscribe, you will be charged a price according to the selected plan. The price will be shown in the app before you complete the payment. Monthly subscriptions renew each month, and annual subscriptions renew each year unless auto-renew is turned off at least 24 hours before the end of the current subscription period. Your iTunes account will automatically be charged within 24 hours prior to the end of the current period and you will be charged for one month at a time. You can turn off auto-renew at any time from your iTunes account settings. BATTERY CONSUMPTION: Continued use of GPS running in the background can dramatically decrease battery life. SherpaShare Tracker has been designed to limit iOS GPS usage, so it uses a nominal amount of battery power. HAVE A PROBLEM? - CONTACT US WITH QUESTIONS OR CONCERNS • Website: www.sherpashare.com • Email: hello@sherpashare.com • Twitter: www.twitter.com/sherpashare • Facebook: www.facebook.com/sherpashare • Terms of Service: https://www.sherpashare.com/terms • Privacy Policy: https://www.sherpashare.com/privacy

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  • Features galore

    5
    By Kim907
    I have made $$$$$ with this app! Thank you!!
  • Track your miles

    4
    By Jenifertizer
    Great tools to help rideshare drivers! Helping me find locations that riders might likely be when I’m not in a familiar area. Also good tracking tool, tho I never signed up for full service so I didn’t get a report. If I could know it would effectively replace MileIQ, I would switch. I was able to sign on to MileIQ and make corrections and additions, not sure Sherpashare will allow this. Also found that my data and battery were being drained fast so I only did the free two weeks and stopped. Might still be worth it. I definitely recommend drivers track their miles! Heat map is good for hot spot recommendations.
  • It’s ok

    5
    By Don. Loves the Lord
    It’s ok
  • Yikes!

    1
    By grewupinthe80s
    I’ve been using SherpaShare for 6 mos and love it. However, since the last update more than half of my trips aren’t being recorded.
  • Solid

    4
    By Lambinhi
    A simple app that does what's its suppose to do. I'd like to see it tie into some Xero, QuickBooks, and other financial apps/software. overall, I highly recommend the app.
  • Easy and automatic

    5
    By jratcliffe222
    SherpaShare is a great, easy to Understand and Matic mileage tracking app. I drive for Uber and Lyft and after each trip in allows me to categorize them as personal or business. I’ve also tested exporting two Excel and CSV so that I can have all the details at the end of the year for tax purposes. I haven’t subscribe to the monthly plan yet but I do intend to.
  • Satisfied

    5
    By MobileMoe
    I like Sherpashare tracking all travels. I tap the map, pick person or business. From there I have multiple choices.
  • Tried 3 Apps This Wins

    5
    By Pat Parra
    Compared Stride, Hurdlr, and Sherpashare. When my phone crashed Strides tracking was lost. Hurdlr works well but is not as easy to use as Sherpashare. Also I found I end up saving more money when using Sherpashare compared to the other 3. The big thing for me was finding an app that would still finish tracking my trips, even if my phone froze or reset. Sherpa seems to do the trick. Highly recommend
  • Great potential. Keep the improvements coming

    4
    By Chandlervision
    So far I’m really happy with the mileage tracking part of this app. I love that it tracks automatically without having to turn it on and off. No issues with missing trips so far. The Pro Tools features seem like they will make this app well worth the monthly fee. I’m still a little on the fence about it, because I’m not quite sure they’ve paid off for me yet. Here are the issues that keep it from being a slam dunk 5 star app: Heat map: it would be really helpful to have the website version of the heat map available in the app. When I get a ride to an unfamiliar area, I’d like to know what areas tend to have relatively high demand at that time of day without having to go to my web browser and use the clunky time slider. The heat map in the app is not that much better than Uber or Lyft, because you still end up “chasing the surge” based on where demand was a minute ago, when it might be somewhere else by the time you get there. With the web heat map, it’s also based on the past, but it can also predict where demand is likely to be when you get there. Compass: not very useful to me at this point. Why does the slider have such a huge range? 10 miles is on the low end of the scale, but that can take 30 minutes or more to travel! When I end up in an unfamiliar part of the city, I need a ping within maybe 5 miles at most. Plus, I want it to be in the direction of familiar territory, not anywhere in a circle around me, which could take me twice as far away from where I want to be. Hot spots: cool idea, probably needs more users to contribute. Again, in an urban area, 10 miles is a long way to travel to a “hot spot” and you’ll invariably get a ping along the way that takes you somewhere else. It does seem like you could take all the aggregate data and create useable hot spots from that. The closest “hot spots for you” that I get are 5-8 miles, which is pretty useless in Los Angeles. I think 2 miles would be the farthest useful distance. Anyway, I hope this app continues to improve. Overall, I definitely recommend it.
  • Best for ride sharing so far, but needs some polish

    4
    By Mortlach
    SherpaShare does indeed do the work for you at a reasonable cost. If the company remains committed with enhancements and updates, it will own this market. Taking all automatic approach (even integrating with an Automatic adapter), the app lacks real time trip tagging and manual trip entry. Relying on a server and web portal for the above features removes some of the app’s elegance. I would find the ability to relate SherpaShare’s trips to individual trips useful in case of an audit; on the other hand, logging trips en masse does mean the cost of picking up a fare is tracked with appropriate mileage deduction. SherpaShare also focuses on Uber drivers despite allowing tagging of virtually every rideshare service known. The app would be improved if it supported Lyft as thoroughly as it does Uber. Since navigation apps like Waze are integrated with Lyft and Uber’s Driver apps, there may be appropriate APIs to deeply enhance SherpaShare. The premium features, although useful, also focus on Uber more than Lyft. Of exceptional note is the chat feature. If one wishes to enjoy political diatribes, rudeness and obscenity, jump right in! I, however, would encourage policing of user names, behavior and posting by a moderator. Overall, unless something better comes out, I’ll be using SherpaShare.

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