What’s the big deal with a car calculator?
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The Irish media have been all over the place recently about the calculator app Karo which has been causing some problems for car owners in the country.
The app uses a calculator to estimate the mileage of your car on a range of roads and to offer various options to adjust the amount of fuel your car is burning.
A car calculator is also used to help people buy insurance.
The problem, according to many, is that the calculator doesn’t take into account the various road conditions that affect your car and therefore it doesn’t give you an accurate picture of the road.
One driver told The Irish Post that the app was not reliable, while another said it was too slow.
Another complained about the app not being compatible with iPhones and iPads, while others pointed out that it was difficult to calculate the speed of the car on the map.
Some car owners have even been threatening to sue Karo and others in the Irish media for damages.
Karo’s creator, Michael Rady, told The Independent that the company is working on a new calculator app and that it would be launching in the coming weeks.
“We are working on the new app and we are working with partners to launch it in the next couple of weeks,” he said.
“Karo was created to give you the latest fuel economy data.
If we are successful we will make a new version of the app with a new interface and better features.”
Karo has not commented on the claims and said that the team would respond to those who have expressed concerns in the future.
“Karo is a good app that will give you fuel economy information on a wide range of conditions and that is all we are aiming for with this update,” Rady said.
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