The NSW Government has announced a companion mobile app for their FuelCheck website has been launched in both Google Play and the Apple app store.
The app, which was launched by the NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian alongside NSW Minister for Finance, Services and Property, Victor Dominello, and Minister for Innovation and Better Regulation Matt Kean. At the launch Ms Berejiklian said that
This new app is a game changer for motorists and enables them to find the best deal by price, location, fuel type and brand. By giving motorists a bird’s-eye view of the market they can find the cheapest fuel anywhere in the state, providing them with much needed relief at the hip pocket.
The app joins a stable of fuel checking apps available in Australia including crowd-sourced fuel price app GasBuddy, as well as offerings from 7Eleven and Woolworths. The FuelWatch app adds a more official face to the issue of finding the cheapest fuel from your mobile.
Mr Dominello said the FuelWatch app includes all of the popular websites functions alongside some multiple exciting new features to make finding the best fuel price in your area much more easily.
The app includes a Favourite Stations function, which allows users to save their favourite petrol stations and receive a notification when the petrol reaches their chosen price. A My Trip function utilises Google Maps to enable users to find the cheapest petrol station on their journey and direct them to the station.
Mr Kean said that the app includes a Trends page, which shows the cheapest day of the week to fill up along with the the day’s price range.
Mr Kean, Mr Dominello and Ms Berejiklian urged and reminded consumers that should the price at the pump not match what is shown on the app, motorists can make a complaint directly to NSW Fair Trading either via the website or by calling 13 32 30.
Extracted from Ausdroid.