We all have our own fair share of packages and products shipped to us, some more than others, and it can be hectic trying to keep track of all the tracking numbers. Then there is the the repetitive process of checking on the status of a package on a Web site, over and over.
If you own an iPhone, iPad or even a Mac prepare for us to show you how to streamline the process and make the tracking numbers work for you, not the other way around. We present to you--Delivery Status touch [iTunes Link].
Delivery Status touch is not only available on the iPhone, iPod Touch or iPad app; users can also download an OS X widget that mimics the iOS app's functionality. Going even one step further, by visiting Junecloud.com users can sign up for a free account that will sync packages between all apps mentioned previously.
The cost of Delivery Status touch is $4.99, which will give you both the iPhone (or iPod Touch) as well as the iPad version. The OS X widget is free of charge, along with the Junecloud Sync account required to sync tracked packages across multiple devices.
Entering a tracking number can be as easy as scanning a barcode with your iPhone camera, or entering your Amazon account information and allowing the app to begin tracking before your items ever even ship.
For a better look at the layout and design of the apps, check out the slideshow below. We think you will agree that this is a well-thought-out, well-planned app.
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