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I tried Deliveries Packages Tracker last week and I was really impressed with how good it was. I was able to track packages from two different providers and it worked just as great for both.
Y'all need a tracking app. I use Deliveries, it lets you track packages from every provider including packages that hand off to multiple carriers, and it lets you add packages on its website to sync to your phone. Here's what it looks like.
Deliveries Package Tracker for local deliveries - works well but doesn't auto-detect carriers unfortunately
17TRACK for international parcels
I'm using this, set to 15 minute checks on cell networks, 5 minutes on wifi. Its going to be faster than fedex's SMS tracking.
This one let's you input multiple shipping companies with maps showing its locations.
Looking for a good app to track packages (such as DHL, UPS, Hermes, etc.).
I have been using Deliveries Package Tracker in the free version for a while, and it does work great. Would like to get rid of the ads but 5,99€ seems a bit much for such a niche app (or maybe thats exactly why it costs more than other apps...).
I am not against spending 6€ on a app if i have no alternatives.
Does anyone know of a good package tracker app? The ones i looked at in the playstore do have a lot of downloads and good ratings, but most havent been updated in ~1year (which is not a good sign because some companies often change their API for tracking etc.)
TL;DR Is there anything better/cheaper? If not, i will buy Deliveries Package Tracker.
Deliveries Package Tracker is the single best app I've used for comprehensive package tracking across every carrier. And it has the ability to interpret tracking links automatically.
Here's Peepshow's shipping information page. Did you get a tracking number when you made your order? If so, plug it into an app like Deliveries. It will give you an arrival estimate and updates on where your package is.
First of all, bravo! I love seeing people use tasker to solve issues like this.
With that being said, Deliveries Package Tracker does all of this (and a bit more, if you'd like it to) with a nice looking material design. I started using it about 5 months ago and its great. I'm sure with your solution, many extras could be added that would be useful.
Keep up the good work and thanks for sharing.
I use this free app that refreshes tracking info automatically every 15 minutes on my phone:
Highly recommended. And free!
Comes in incredibly handy with how often I buy from Amazon.
I prefer Deliveries. I used to use Aftership but like /u/QuiickLime, I had issues with it updating the status. To me, that defeats the purpose of a package tracker.
YES. But if you have an android phone, Deliveries is amazing. It notifies you when the status changes, and you can set the interval it checks.
It's Deliveries. It's great. You have to enter your own tracking # and description, but it tracks perfectly, and the $1.99 premium version will cloud sync all your entries to multiple devices.
I've been using Deliveries for a while, no complaints. I use its synchronization site quite a bit to add tracking numbers on my laptop.
I actively use these two, don't have an iOS app to recommend though, sorry!
PC/Browser based: [link]
Android: Deliveries [link]
Deliveries best app ever for tracking IMO, been using it since 2014 and it does it job pretty well. And yes it does offer a web version.
There's another app named Deliveries built for Android and has been available since 2013.
The free version is suffice enough. I have the full version when it was early in the stage and has been helping me a lot to track, as well as it can be synchronised easily.
USPS has had a crap tracker compared to UPS, FedEx, and even DHL forever. Try the Deliveries app [iOS, Andoid]. Tracks tons of services in one app.
You might check out Deliveries.
I use it to track my personal packages but the pro version has a browser access to sync data that you can add deliveries too which sync to any device logged into the same account. You'd just have to have to log into each account for each driver. On the app itself you can have a widget show up on the home screens. Once you have picked up something you can mark it as complete and is removed from the active list.
Deliveries is well maintained and had a browser interface as well, which syncs with the app.
Edit: oh, didn't see your last sentence there. Out of curiosity, why don't you like the refresh settings?
Just so you know, there's a wonderful app called Deliveries that updates you on your, well, deliveries! This helped me keep my sanity in check :)
Also, once you fix the paid content being blocked by calling in, get yourself a good deliveries tracker like this one instead of using text message tracking.
Ursäkta svengelskan. En app som helt enkelt ligger och kollar mot PostNord då och då, och ger dig en notis när något nytt händer. Jag använder denna, till exempel.
maintenant je va commencer à consulter
tous les jours :-D
Ordered the 5th with Priority shipping, estimate was for it to dispatch on the 25th for a delivery on the 27th.
Received a text with shipping details from DHL this morning, and it's working its way to the UK from Poland. Estimated delivery: EOD tomorrow. I remain cautiously optimistic.
Currently tracking it with the Deliveries app, which will save my F5 key some wear & tear.
I used to until I started using the Deliveries Android app. I have it set to update every 5 minutes and if there's a change I get a notification on my phone. You can still manually refresh it and it makes it easier to see the status of all your pending deliveries at once.
There may be a better app and I'm not sure if this one works on ios but so far I haven't had any issues with it.
This looks like a carbon copy of Deliveries Package Tracker
A lot of these may be well known but I haven't contributed to this thread for a while so these are some of the more common apps I use daily. Maybe something in here somebody hasn't seen or tried.
Given the time of the season, a good package tracking app is essential. This one is beautiful and works excellent. Can even set it up to auto add Amazon and Ebay purchases.
Excellent custom "share to" alternative in the Android environment,I dig it.
Essential. So many custom widget options with this application.
Great execution and beautiful design for custom toggles for almost anything.
Good app to keep up with threads that make me feel technically impotent and poor.
My favorite show tracker. What I really like is you can add movies as well. If I see a movie I want to see, I'll add it here and double back to my list when I have time to watch something and can't remember all the things I wanted to see.
The best SMS application around. Been using it since it was beta. I try others just to check them out buy I always quickly go back to Textra. In my opinion,none can compare to the beauty,functionality and customization of Textra. Essential.
My favorite task list manager. Minimal and functional.
Best 3rd party email client. The Unified inbox works excellent. I've tried them all and this is by far my favorite.
The best weather app around, but you already knew that.
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I use Deliveries
HVV, ÖPNV Hamburg
Baconreader, Reddit app
Climendo, Wetter app
Pocket plays, Twitch app
Deliveries, Paket tracking
Expense manager, Ausgabenübersicht
Deliveries Package Tracker by oRRs. I registered my copy because I used it so much.
Not sure about Europe, but I like Deliveries. The list of parcel delivery companies is enormous.
It installs to your phone, but has wearable integration.
This one is a good one, I always use this.
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Pocket Casts: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=au.com.shiftyjelly.pocketcasts
Sync for Reddit: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.laurencedawson.reddit_sync.pro
Relay for Reddit: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=reddit.news
Adobe Scan: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.adobe.scan.android
Totally uncertain which reddit app I will like the most. I may miss Apollo.
Then stuff like the banking/benefits/car insurance apps I use, train schedule app, Amazon, ebay, instagram, spotify, soundcloud, twitter, dropbox, feedly, waze...
I was using Aftership, but switched to Deliveries. The notifications work better for me.
I use Deliveries and it works perfectly.
I get text and email tracking notices about many of my packages before they get to town.
I get a text message shortly after they are placed on my porch. I also place a note in the door asking the carrier to ring my doorbell when they make a delivery..
FeDEX app - [link]
UPS - [link]
Postal Service - [link]
There are some combination third part apps also
I am sure APPLE has something similar.
UPS central hub in Omaha is just south of 27th and Q Streets.
2536 Edward Babe Gomez Ave
Omaha, NE 68107
UPS has a UPS Store on Cornhusker just off Fort Crook Road. You can use their app or website to divert them there for you to pick up. My last one had no pickup nor shipping diversion fee. I have used that UPS Store location for a few of their services and consider them to be good people.
505 Cornhusker Rd
Bellevue, NE 68005
Phone: (402) 292-9293
FedEX stores have a similar service. I have diverted to the location just north of Highway 370 at 72nd Street and also 72nd and Q street in Omaha which is the FedEX central hub in Omaha.
1425 S 72nd St
Papillion, NE 68046
7130 Q St
Omaha, NE 68117
I have even picked up here hours before scheduled to be delivered that day.
NOTE: the locations that I used are just examples. Both services have other locations in the metro area.
This app also has a Tasker plug-in
Take a look at this one: [link]
It even syncs across multiple devices.
Try deliveries, the developer is German.
Deliveries is a much better package tracker
Hey guys, longtime android user here (since 2009, other than an 8 month stint with an iPhone 4S when that came out 7 years ago) who just switched over. There's a couple apps that I really love that I'm dying for replacements for. My device isn't here yet so I figured I'd get my list built now so I'm not scrambling for days after I've already set it up.
A good delivery tracker (my current android one linked) - This app refreshes in the background, has a web hub that's synced to the app, and connects natively to Amazon and ebay so you don't need to manually add in orders from those. I don't need all of those features but I'll take as many as I can. The web hub is the most important but I'm willing to settle here.
A good sleep tracker - Looking for something that integrates with the apple watch. This app in particular has smart alarms that wake you up within your designated range whenever you reach light sleep, so you don't wake up abruptly from deep sleep on the dot with a normal alarm. If there's anything like that I'd love to see my options.
Wake On Lan - Pretty simple, the one I linked integrates with android's Tasker app (3rd party 'Shortcuts' essentially with much deeper control), if there's a WoL app that could integrate with the Shortcuts app I'd be stoked.
Trakt.Tv app - Anything that looks pretty honestly.
Thanks in advance!
Highly recommended, takes care of tracking and alerts you on status change
Deliveries Package Tracker is what I use. Has tons of shipping providers and works great in my experience.
Yep! It's called Deliveries.
Bot is dumb, here.
Try Deliveries Package Tracker, it's a bit pricey but worth it to me. Syncs across devices and supports Amazon (as well as ebay).
I use this one - [link]
It notifies you on status change etc via Notifications too.
Not bad but still lacks many of the features of deliveries
Here ya go
I just found Deliveries and it has a dark mode with widget support
Log in with Amazon for auto adding packages.
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> Also shipping through Amazon gives an exact date for arrival compared to other sites which just say somewhere between 3-5 days.
You'll get a tracking number. Plug it into an app like Deliveries Package Tracker and you'll find out precisely what day it will arrive. You can even get notified within 5 minutes of them leaving the package on your doorstep.
I'm using Deliveries Package Tracker
I use this app. It notifies you on your phone when your package's status changes
Deliveries, super easy world wide package tracking. And free.
Deliveries Package Tracker is really solid plus has web sync
Here you go.
I have Deliveries for android checking every half-hour and it sends updates to my Moto 360.
I can recommend the Deliveries Package Tracker for Android. I have it open most of the time right now lol
If you like to buy things online, then I can recommend
Deliveries Package Tracker
I use the Deliveries Package Tracker (Android).
I use Deliveries: [link]
I like Deliveries and ParcelTrack
Thanks. Looks like I finally found a Deliveries replacement!