Apart from the 10 services listed with field boxes against them, Track-Trace has a large alphabetically arranged links for numerous carrier services worldwide. One, tracking has to be done manually; two, not all couriers are supported, three, does not give complete information like shipment location and delivery status and many more.
The tracking info is represented on a Google map or Google Earth. You can create an account and save all your packaging info on the site. It gives you the status report on a timeline and a Google Map. The web service gives you many-sided approached to tracking with a Firefox extension, a bookmarklet, and an iPhone app. If the number is error free, the parcel service will be the first result and all you have to do is click the link for the delivery report.
What they help to do is extend the service to other presentations like Google Maps and Tweets. If you are a chronic eBay or Amazon shopper, having more than one way to track your shipments would be the way to go. Let us know about your preferred shipment tracking service. Your email address will not be published. Hey Kim, you can take a look at Packagetrackr and AfterShip. There are others too like Deliveries which seems well-rounded.
Thanks for the reply! I need help, can anyone recommend a shipping rate calculator that can provide rates and expected delivery times for DHL,UPS and FEDEX in one search so that the user can choose either by cost or by delivery time. Interesting that PackageTrackr which was a favorite which had switched names to Fara which was a dumb idea has now switched back to being PackageTrackr No notive mobile app though, which is weird because the first PackageTrackr and Fara each had one.
It has a mobile site though. The "Fara" brand name doesn't clearly tell you what the site is all about. Can anyone recommend a service or software that can track more than 25 Fedex tracking numbers at a time? Doesn't this one -- http: Saikat, unfortunately that only tracks 30 numbers at once.
I am looking for a something that allows me to upload large qty's of tracking numbers. Maybe our wider community can help. Do post the question in our Answers section. You can track 40 tracking numbers at a time. Besides, after you registered, you can import hundreds of tracking numbers with a CSV file and track them together at one time. What company out there can track delivery confirmation using a ups and fedex account instead of pure tracking numbers?
This tracks the registered letters and parcels being processed by every post, speditor and courier including strange ones , and their results are much more detailed than the postal ones. I have no seen neither used anything better than TrackItOnline.
I think people primarily use the site to check on the packages when it's delayed. You're right that every carrier has its own tracking page, but the sites above have a better URL and easier to remember: I just don't see the point. If I want up to the minute results I click on the E mail and it takes me to the tracking results on the website. I can find where the package is and what is happening to it.
But that is not usually neccessary as the customer know when it is coming and can check from their end. All the information these sites give you is the same info from the carriers web site. It's not any special info. What does it matter that the package is in Vladivostok? You can't do anything about it, only the carrier in it's internal system can do that.
If things are really wrong you'll find the computer is lying anyway. I dont understand if packagetrackr really has any more info than my carrier. Notifications are shown in a timely manner and can be managed from the settings. The app also features adds nice little touches by featuring buttons to directly call the courier from the app and open the tracking link externally in a browser. The interface is very straight forward with more business-centric options for Premium users who are essentially companies with their own independent stores and logistic partners.
While I was able to eliminate many apps for its poor design or user interface and ads, one runner-up worth checking out is 17Track. But the app is extremely photogenic and reliable when it comes to pushing out notifications on time. If you want to see where your shipment has reached on Google Maps , then head over to Boxoh.
While there are other services available to see the location of your package on a map, I found Boxoh very simple and easy to use. No need to create an account or fill in additional details, just put your tracking number and it will show you the location of the package on the map at the current time.
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We are not affiliated with Google. By Ambariish on 8th June Manually package tracking in Google search. Manual package tracking in Google search. Import shipment information from Gmail or Amazon. Detailed shipment information at your fingertips. Web user interface of AfterShip. User interface of 17Track.
theotherqi.cf gives you a browser based tracking tool, a Firefox extension and a small HTML widget to track deliveries. The site supports FedEx, DHL and USPS package tracking. You can also subscribe to the info with RSS. TrackThis. Check up on the . Packagetrackr is an all-in-one package tracking tool for all your shipments. Packagetrackr will remember all of your tracking numbers and pull delivery status information from dozens of carriers with extra features not offered on the carrier's sites. All-in-one package tracking for you and your web site / app. Track UPS®, USPS®, FedEx®, DHL® shipments and more with our Tracking Widget and API services.