I have a package that I need to track. What should I do? If the first thing that popped in your head is to check the web; you would be right, sort of. Lets say I am in on the road or something like that. Deliveries is here to help with that delimia. This app can track your package from pretty much any source in the world. I am not joking. There are some delivery service that I have never heard of before. The app even shows up on a map using your location in relation to the package. There not much to say about this app. It does it job very very well. It is the only one that should be used for tracking packages. I have found it to update faster than the FedEX site it’s self. You can even sync your deliveries using the website. If you create a Junecloud account, you can update your tracking numbers from any web browser, or sync with our Dashboard widget for Mac. Being able to track packages from Apple.com is also a big plus.
Junecloud is a small software development company located in Northville, Michigan. We create software for iPhone, iPad, iPod touch, Mac OS X, and the web. Junecloud was founded in August 2008 by Mike Piontek. Mike has been designing and making software for over 20 years. His first usable app was a game was called “Beaver Pelt Man”, created entirely in HyperCard. O’Reilly put it best “Best App for Tracking Packages. Who knew tracking deliveries could be so classy?”
Below are just a few of the places that it can track from:
- Adobe.com US and Canada only
- Amazon Including Amazon.com, Amazon.ca, Amazon.co.uk, Amazon.co.jp, Amazon.de, Amazon.at, Amazon.fr, and Amazon.it. When you track an Amazon order you’ll get tracking details from many of the shipping companies they use, including the US Postal Service, UPS, OnTrac, LaserShip, Ensenda, Prestige, and more.
- Apple.com Including all international stores. The iPhoto print service is not currently supported, though you may be able to track these shipments with a different service once you receive a tracking number.
- Canada Post (Postes Canada)
- City Link
- DHL Including Express deliveries in most countries, US GlobalMail, UK Domestic Express, and Germany. DHL Express Germany, UK Domestic Express, and SmartMail are not currently supported.
- DPD Germany only
- FedEx Including most countries, as well as FedEx SmartPost. FedEx UK is not currently supported.
- GLS Including Austria, Belgium, Denmark, France, Germany, Ireland, Luxembourg, Portugal, and Spain
- Google Checkout
- Hermes Logistik Gruppe (HLG) Germany only
- Hongkong Post
- Japan Post Including EMS, Yu-Pack, Registered Mail, and Morning 10 Overnight Mail. JP Express is not currently supported.
- La Poste (France), including Colissimo and Chronopost.
- Post (Austria)
- Post Danmark
- Royal Mail
- Poste Italiane Including Postacelere1 Plus, Paccocelere1 Plus, Paccocelere Maxi, Paccocelere3, Paccocelere Internationale , and EMS
- Posten (Norway)
- Posten (Sweden)
- Sagawa Express
- Swiss Post
- TNT Includes most countries, as well as TNT Post Netherlands. TNT Express Australia, TNT UK, TNT France, and TNT Italia are not currently supported
- UPS and UPS Mail Innovations UPS Freight and UPS Air Cargo are not currently supported.
- USPS (United States Postal Service or US Post Office)
- Yamato Transport (Kuroneko)
Pro: The app is an app the does what it says and it does it well. Very well in fact. So well that you never even have to go to a website to track your package. Bonus is that it works on iOS 5.
Con: The only con I can think of is the price. $4.99 is very high for a iOS app. Not so high if it is worth it and used daily though and it has so many sources that it would be nearly impossible to not be able to track your package. So in the end it is worth it if you have daily packages.
Aye/Nay: This is a Aye. This program has so many delivery choices that its just ridiculous. It’s my go to app for checking on deliveries. $5 is worth it.
iTunes Link: Deliveries