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  • Deliveries Package Tracker icon

    Deliveries Package Tracker

    With "Deliveries" for Android you can keep track of all your parcels at a glance. Wherever you are, just add the delivery via its tracking ID and find out where it is. It's just one click away! Currently, more than...

    Freemium Android Android Tablet

  • Posted icon

    Posted

    Posted enables you to track your delivery parcels from many shipping & courier companies. Once you add in your tracking number, Posted will display all relevant details about your parcel so you know exactly what is happening with...

    Freemium iPhone iPad

  • Delivery Status icon

    Delivery Status

    Can’t wait for your packages to arrive? Don’t waste your time checking the site constantly, just open this all-in-one delivery tracker and enter your order number or tracking number.

    Free Mac

  • Packagetrackr icon

    Packagetrackr

    Packagetrackr (formerly Fara) is the easy way to track all your shipment in one place.

    Free Web / Cloud

  • Boxoh icon

    Boxoh

    Boxoh can track your USPS, UPS, FEdEx, or DHL/AirBorne packages.

    Free Web / Cloud

  • Superbox (By Superfly) icon

    Superbox (By Superfly)

    Superbox by Superfly provides the following: - CMO Dashboard Share-of-wallet analysis Competitor market share and growth Mobile engagement - SuperBI, Business Intelligence Suite Overlap with competitors Keyword, open...

    Commercial Mac Windows Linux iPhone iPad

Slice Comments

The coolest part is that it's effortless

Positive Comment by OmgItsTheSmartGuy
about Slice Jul 2012

I normally don't bother with package tracking. Too much effort. However, this is what makes Slice so cool. It requires no effort on your part. I just inputted my email address, and Slice immediately picked up two orders that I had made in the past few days, one from Amazon and one from eBay. I don't see myself using Slice too frequently, so it'll probably be running in the background most of the time. But in case I ever want to know when my packages are arriving, it's good to know that I can always check.

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