Worth It Mac App of The Week
I send a ton of packages, and I receive even more. Keeping track of them all would be a cumbersome endeavor were it not for Deliveries: a package tracker. If you’re also living in a sea of packages coming and going, Deliveries will soon be another one of those apps that you’ll wonder how you ever lived without.
With the ability to track packages shipped via dozens of global carriers, with a glance you’ll always know where your shipments are and when they’re scheduled to arrive. Also, given the vast number of supported carriers, this app is useful in a great many countries around the globe, not merely useful for those of us in the United States.
Tracking numbers can be entered manually or if you’re using the iPhone version of the app, a barcode scan via the camera. Deliveries also knows the format for a great many tracking numbers, so if you’ve copied a UPS tracking number to your clipboard and then open Deliveries, it will know you’ve got a UPS tracking number, and automatically ask if you want to create a new shipment.
Past shipments can be archived for future reference, if you need to prove an eBay shipment was delivered and signed for, or if you just wanted to look back and see what day some legal documents arrived at your attorney’s office, you’ve got all the data ready to go.
With proprietary cloud syncing, you can synch your deliveries between your Mac and iOS devices and have all your shipping data available to you regardless of where you are and what device you have with you.