Update: After installing and playing around with the app on my android phone (samsung moment), I found that the initial release of the programs are a little bit buggy, nothing too bad, just a little slow integrating with Google maps (a common problem from what i've seen with other applications). However, the manual look up feature will certainly be nice to reference when I'm on the road. Another thing I liked in both applications is the reference to some of the larger truck stops like the Flying J, TA, Petro, Pilot, and Loves. When the wife and I take a longer road trip, I'm always concerned about what quality of diesel am I going to run into along the way to my destination. So I always print out multiple pages of these truck stops along my route so I don't wind up being forced to fuel up at the "rusty bucket" kind of places.
While I was playing around with the app, I found that there were a few errors at some places that we frequently visit, so I sent some feedback (update link in the app) about where the location actually was and the address correction. Then I noticed a couple of newer places that were not listed in the application yet and I couldn't find a place to send those off to, so I emailed the link on their website and gave them a suggestion about adding a link the app to report these items. To my surprise, I received an email back the next morning from the developer who's actually writing the applications and he liked my suggestion and was going to start working on it.
So, if anyone decides to install one of these apps on their phone, don't be disappointed that it's not 100% fully functional yet. From what Adam said, it (Android version) was a silent release to start some testing in the "real world" and go from there. If something goes haywire on the phone, a quick uninstall will cure that, no big deal. As for the Iphone/Pad version, it sounds like that one was working fairly well since the OS and hardware are pretty consistent. Adam also stated that there will be an Intel netbook version coming out soon too for those who carry those around.
I'll keep updating as things get better and better, so stay tuned if anyone is interested. I'm a bit of a techie and enjoy this kind of stuff, so hopefully I don't bore everyone to death with this.