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When you connect your calendar to Uber, upcoming events will show up as shortcuts when you open the app. So whether you’ve got a morning meeting or late night dinner plans, you won’t have to copy and paste an address ever again.

To get started, head to Settings > Calendar Shortcuts in your app menu to sync your ride with your schedule.

Iphone tracking customers

Your iPhone is always with you, and that makes it the perfect tool for tracking milage so you're ready when the time comes to claim your expenses or work on your taxes. But what's the perfect mileage tracking for the iPhone? Rather than have you waste your time (on free apps that don't work right) or your money (on paid apps that aren't worth the cash), iMore took a look at several popular mileage tracking apps in the App Store, and figured out which was the absolute best one.

Trip Cubby's main interface is designed to show you all your mileage at a quick glance. Upon launching the app you'll see a main screen that is populated with all the trips you have input into Trip Cubby. Along the top you have a search button, so if you have lots of entries, it is easy to find what you're looking for. In the upper right is where you tap in order to add a new trip.

The bottom menu in Trip Cubby isn't overly complicated and only consists of a few items such as toggling between paid, unpaid, and all trips. You can also refresh Trip Cubby if you've got syncing enabled by tapping on the bottom right sync icon. The only other icon in the bottom menu is the settings icon off to the left.

Ride to your next event even faster with Calendar Shortcuts.

When you connect your calendar to Uber, upcoming events will show up as shortcuts when you open the app. So whether you’ve got a morning meeting or late night dinner plans, you won’t have to copy and paste an address ever again.

To get started, head to Settings > Calendar Shortcuts in your app menu to sync your ride with your schedule.

Rene Ritchie has been covering the personal technology industry for almost a decade. Editorial Director at Mobile Nations, analyst at iMore, video and podcast host, you can follow him @reneritchie on Snapchat , Instagram , and Twitter .

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