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This is the device purchase season. A lot of you might've pre-ordered the Nexus 5X or 6P and are now looking forward to the day when it will be shipped.
<strong>AfterShip</strong> - Keep track of your incoming delivery with this app. Just enter the tracking number (once you have it) and this app will keep you notified whenever there's any status change. You no longer have to keep clicking the link in the mail every few hours.
Any recommendations for a good package delivery app? I've tried both Aftership and Deliveries.
Aftership used to be my favorite, I love the very simple interface but they recently switched to a different model where I have to sign up... not a big fan of that. Would rather pay and not have to do any kind of sign up.
Deliveries is okay, but it feels much more clumsy than Aftership. The UI is more cluttered, I don't like how it essentially "freezes" when it's refreshing, I don't like that I have to select the carrier (Aftership does it automatically after entering the tracking number) though maybe this is a paid feature, and the status updates and delivery date information is more difficult to follow than I feel it should be.
Anything better out there I can try?
AfterShip. I saw it in this subreddit a couple of weeks ago and figured I would try it out. I already had Pushbullet for copy/paste, so when I am on my PC I just copy tracking numbers. Then when opening AfterShip, it sees the clipboard and automatically asks if I want that tracking number added.
You need this app. You do have to create an account but you don't have to give it access to GMail. Then it will ping you just like if you had signed up for Informed Delivery through the USPS.
I'm very interested in that "aftership" one but it says it's not compatible with all my devices (I'm from US). Any clue?
My tracking number also doesn't show anything on the website, but I'm using AfterShip to track it, and it seems to be able to get some info that the website doesn't have, so maybe give that a go
Edit: Documentation Prepared and Booking Arranged
I leave this tip here for those who do not use Google Now but would still like package tracking.
Aftership is by far my favorite package tracker app. Works across most system all around the globe.
If you use this free package tracker (don't have to give it access to your email, can add manually, but if you do it will scan for tracking #'s) and then you'll get push notifications for deliveries as well as a dashboard of sorts in a list: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.aftership.AfterShip
I used to use AfterShipon iOS, but didnt bother reinstalling on android. From what I remember it was totally free and very accurate. Give it a shot.
I've been using this one. You have the option to use Gmail or not. I find it extremely helpful to use Gmail to automatically pick up tracking numbers.
Normal for them. I've ordered about a hundred things over the years and they've always arrived. Usually later than sooner. Install the AfterShip app to keep track of them
AfterShip - A fantastic way to track your packages and rather beautifully designed app.
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I use AfterShip
Have you tried Aftership?
I use AfterShip. Way simpler.
Awesome! Would use but aftership offers tracking for US companies too, perhaps you can add that in too?
Aftership is pretty good - simple interface as well!
Edit: that didn't work since it doesn't seem to be in any search results. Link: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.aftership.AfterShip
Here's the link to it https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.aftership.AfterShip
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Looks like I'm deleting my USPS app.
It shows on my playstore
I use AfterShip to track packages.
I use the app AfterShip. Just enter in your tracking # and thats it.
AfterShip - Best package tracker for online shopping. Online shoppers just gotta have this. best looking app too!
I've been using this one for a very long time and I'm very happy with it.
Check out Aftership and it will update you each step of the way:
You on Android or iOS? You could use a parcel tracking app. I use ParcelParcel on iOS, and used Aftership when I had an Android phone a few years back. I’ve also seen people mention Track17 but mostly for China Post stuff.
You have Aftership too
Anyway, just be patient ��
I don't understand, does the app contain ads on Android P?
You mean this app here
Aftership is pretty good and just was updated.
Lol I am an idiot, the title is in the screen shot. It is AfterShip.
I setup my wife's iPhone, and her Android tablet with Pushbullet, and Google apps; Calendar, Spreadsheets, Docs, Keep, Drive (alt. Dropbox), Photos, YouTube, Maps, Search, Chrome, and Hangouts.
Other useful apps on both platforms are AfterShip (iOS | Android), our most banking apps are cross platform, whenever she needs to watch YouTube videos later/offline she can download them on iOS by visiting SaveFrom.net and copying the video url into the web form, or by simply adding SS to the front of the URL like this http://SSyoutube.com/watch?v=... in Safari/Chrome, and alternatively on Android there is OGYouTube or TubeMate.
It's nice because it covers all the shippers but it can be slow to update. https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.aftership.AfterShip