Miles App Review discusses user-interface, functionality, performance, security, app recommendations and more. Miles App is compatible with Android, iOS.
Miles App is a freight app that enables users to access truck service to move purchased goods, estate sale goods, inventory, storage items, home items, etc., from one place to another. A user can browse through the profiles of drivers having household or commercial moving trucks and hire the right local moving trucks based on their requirements.
You can choose the type of truck you need, depending upon the size and quantity of your goods and book the truck.
App Size: iOS: 41.5 MB | Android: 23.2 MB
Publisher: Miles App, LLC
The user interface conveys the purpose of the app well. It allows you to specify the source and target destinations on an intuitive map. Once you submit the required details, the app offers suggestions based on the availability of drivers and cheap truck rentals available nearby you. Based on your space requirements, you can pick the right vehicles that will accommodate all your belongings comfortably and safely.
Functionality and Performance
The app takes less than 2 seconds to open up. The navigation is quite simple. It takes you right away to the map to show the distance and time required in moving your goods. The app doesn’t make you wait once you have filled your requirement. You can compare the capacity of local moving trucks available and book the right one.
Users can take a snap of the goods once they have been uploaded by the driver and can send it to Miles App server. The feature helps them to cross-check the shipped materials and ensures flawless and satisfactory delivery.
Payment is accepted via Paypal. Users can make use of the accepted credit or debit cards to make payment.
Development Type and Technology Stack
Miles App is an absolute example of native mobile app development. The Android edition is based on Java programming language and Android Studio (Integrated Development Environment) while the iOS app is written in Objective-C programming language in Xcode IDE.
Use of native app development resources provides a big security advantage. Also, the app secures your personal information or data with multiple layers of Laravel protection, including CSRF Token, Middleware, and HTTPS. Presence of invisible Google Captcha further boosts the security of the Miles App server as it can detect and check invalid requests spontaneously.
App Recommendation or Sharing
Users satisfied with the app can refer it to their friends and family with social sharing feature. Each qualified referral gets you a $25 credit towards any move in future. The recipients get a link to download the app and can choose the App version depending on the type of device they have.
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