There are plenty of driving tips available to help you save fuel, and now there’s and iPhone app that claims it will actually train you to drive in a more eco-friendly way to save gas, reduces pollution and save money. In fact, the makers claim it can amount to saving of more than $200 and 1200 pounds of CO2 per year. The techniques taught by the EcoDriverEd app provide feedback occurs in real time. The Driving Trainer feature measures driving behavior using the accelerometer built into the iPhone and iPod touch. The measurements are presented in real time to the driver through a bar graph and audible feedback. The cool part is that no additional equipment required, and there’s no vehicle connection required. The Driving Trainer element measures your acceleration, deceleration, smoothness and speed. It provides both an animated colorful bar graph designed to be easy to read at a glance in addition to audible feedback when thresholds are exceeded. So if you’re a leadfoot and aren’t getting the mpg the manufacturer claims for your vehicle, this $1.99 iPhone app could finally get you driving greener, even if you own a gas guzzler.