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    The eTollTracker Android app is designed for the South African Toll Roads (Gauteng currently). Using GPS coordinates from your built-in GPS on your smartphone it calculates (using mathematical equations) your position and bearing and calculates the e-tolls as you pass through the gantry.

    No need to take eyes of the road as this App will automatically record the gantries.

    The calculation is based on SANRAL cost calculations taking into affect the time of day, the vehicle type and if you are a registered e-tag user. You can also run reports and get daily and montly totals to compare with your invoices from Sanral. Updates will be done regularly to ensure eToll feesare kept up-to-date.

    Users review

    from 12 reviews

    "Good"

    6.4

    Users comments for eTollTracker

    Jabu Malinga

    by Jabu Malinga

    Jun 05, 2015  |  "Poor"

    I have bought lots of apps using the Google Play Voucher ala iTunes from Mzansi (Republic of South Africa to you). Your company does not know how to link with the RSA, so you decide to tell a lie cos you have an inferior business knowledge. If free, then what is the R50 for? You disgust me. I don't mind paying and have paid for professionally made apps, where bugs are investigated and solved asap

    Linda Crawford

    by Linda Crawford

    Mar 04, 2015  |  "Poor"

    I'm uninstalling unless someone comes back to me. It is set for automatic tracking and...nothing. I have to put the gantries in manually

    Christoff Raath

    by Christoff Raath

    May 02, 2014  |  "OK"

    The app information in the Play Store fails to mention that the app will only log 10 items before it will require you to pay R50. Curiously, the developers want this money to be paid via a third party website I've never heard of. Not cool. Why not offer free&paid versions in Google Play just like any normal developer would do?

    Johan Oosthuizen

    by Johan Oosthuizen

    Feb 02, 2014  |  "Awesome"

    Wow ! Easy to use with a actual Gps function. No manual input needed !