Tracking packages

Hi,
Does anyone know a app to track packages?

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#1 tracking number

When I read a tracking number in email it often is a link I can click.
If not just paste the number into your browser.
search engines know what they are.

#2 Let me try a more helpful answer.

Hi. I'm in the same boat. You can try arrive, though that isn't labeled that well, and they have a bit of a problem deleting the tracked packages. I am looking righ tnow for another one. I'd suggest you put package tracking, see what you get. Stay away from the ones you need to buy. Also, try to find one that just fowards an email to the app. I hate pasting tracking numbers, it's cave man method. Good luck.

#3 3 found 2

I found 2 tracking apps. 1 is parcel track and the other is called arrive. Not sure how good they are. Haven't had a chance to use them until now.

#4 App Suggestions

Hi,
I use Parcel and Parcel Track. They are accessible and include in app purchases. Hope this helps!

#5 Difference

Hi,
What’s the difference between the two tracking apps?

#6 Don't know if this has been

Don't know if this has been mentiongh, but Parcel, a freemium app, is one I used all the time. When you subscribe to the annual £2.99 service, you receive push notifications every time the tracking status changes, from when the carrier has your parcel to when it's delivered. The renewal is not automatic, so if you decide it's not for you then you have only wasted the year's subscription in theory.

#7 Parcel Track

Hello, I've been using ParcelTrack for over a year and love it. I believe that there is an in-app purchase for the Pro or Premium version, don't recall what that brings though, but the app is pretty much fully accessible and supports tracking numbers from a wide range of companies. What's nice is by also having an Apple Watch, I also get the notifications on my watch when the status of my package changes. HTH!