Google has launched an iPhone application for fuel cap adjustment which allows you to choose between a standard fuel cap or a fuel cap with a cap that adjusts automatically based on the vehicle’s engine speed.
The app, which can be downloaded from the Google Play store, is available for both Android and iPhone.
It’s a welcome addition to the fuel cap app on Android, as the company had previously failed to provide the option for Android users to adjust the fuel level manually.
This makes it a welcome alternative to the app for owners of cars and SUVs which rely heavily on their fuel level settings to control their own fuel economy.
However, it’s a bit disappointing that Google has decided to make it a manual adjustment.
It means the car will still have a manual fuel cap, but it will also have to be manually adjusted manually when you’re out on the road.
You’ll need to adjust it manually from the app, as well as manually by checking the Fuel level indicator on the dash, and then manually adjusting the fuel tank from the dashboard.
You can change the auto-level setting to manual as well, but that’s a more tedious process.
It will take a few taps on the device to adjust your fuel cap manually.
In the US, Google has also recently added a fuel level indicator in the navigation screen of Android smartphones.
The feature is available in the US and Canada, and is enabled by default in Australia and New Zealand.
If you’re a US user, you can toggle it on or off using the Settings menu, or you can use a third-party app to change the indicator.
Google’s Fuel Cap App is available on the Google store, as is the Fuel Cap Adjuster app.