Package Tracking keeps you up to date on all of your incoming shipments

By ObiGeorge on 3 Dec 2010 09:10 am
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Package Tracking

Package Tracking is an application that lets you track all of your important incoming shipments, perfect for the Holiday season. You can track up to 5 packages at once, and the app will display all updates to the shipment's status, and wherabouts. It will track packages shiped from multiple couriers including UPS, FedEx, USPS, Ontrac, DHL DE, DHL PL, and DHL/Airborne USA.

You can purchase Package Tracking for $3.99 at BlackBerry App World. The price may seem high, but if you want to track all of your packages, from multiple couriers, in one place -- this is the app. It is compatible with a variety of BlackBerry devices running OS 5 and higher. Although BlackBerry App World doesn't show some of these in the "Supported Device" section, I have tested it with the 9700, 9650, and 9800.

More information and download of Package Tracking

12 comments

wnm

You do this for free with usetrackthis on twitter .

AgentScribe

Thanks for posting this. At first, I thought it was a twitter only system, but there are a lot of options for most delivery methods.

ddluk

If you have any questions regarding my application feel free to ask them here :)

SJRod55

Does not work in UK. Downloaded and keep getting the message on initialization that I need a memory card - which I do!!!

ddluk

You can tracking packages shipped trough UPS and FEDEX in UK. I'm working on adding support for DHL UK.

Could you tell me what model you have? The best way will be using Report Problem option in application menu.

DrewDT

Looks good and excellent timing for introducing an app like this during the holiday season.
I'm willing to give it a try. It beats me being stuck with only My Ups app that doesn't address the other carriers.

DrewDT

Is there any way to show the progress for all the packages you have sent on one screen instead of one at a time? That would be useful to check once at a glance instead of clicking to see each.

w.cross

You don't need an app for this. Try PackageTrackr they have a great interface, a good mobile site, over 2 dozen carriers, unlimited number of packages tracked, browser plug-ins, rss feeds, an email you can forward your receipts to and have it put on your tracking list. Link: http://www.packagetrackr.com/about

DrewDT

Thank you for this site, it works great and is free!

SpiritsFade

I couldn't agree more. I order a ton of stuff online during the holidays and this idea came at a great time. However, I am not a huge fan of applications that hog memory on my bb. So this mobile site is excellent

daqie

`There's also www.pkgtrack.com or via m.pkgtrack.com for mobile for free tracking of USPS, UPS and Fedex.

jim53

Mobile Package Tracker tracks FedEx Basic, FedEx SmartPost, USPS, UPS, UPS Mail Innovations, DHL USA, DHL GlobalMail, DHL UK Domestic, City Link, OnTrac, Purolator, Estafeta, Swiss Post, Aramex, Norway Post, LaserShip, Brazilian Post, Spanish Post packages via tracking number. User can.customize shipping carrier list, add/delete tracking number, label package, email tracking information.

Screen shot at http://www.mobihand.com/product.asp?id=267842&n=Mobile-Package-Tracker and http://24hourstracking.com.

I used it yesterday, works well.