Description

If you are looking for an app to track deliveries on iPhone, iPad, Mac or Apple Watch - Parcel is the best choice for you.

With this application you can promptly access tracking information for 300 delivery services, including UPS, USPS, FedEx, DHL, TNT, LaserShip, Aramex, OnTrac, China Post, Amazon Logistics and many other postal services. Full list of supported carriers is available at: http://parcelapp.net/#services

Tracking data is collected on our servers, so you will get it right to your device with a tap of a button. Sometimes you won't even need to enter a tracking number, your can user barcode scanner which is available right in the app. With the unique carrier automatic recognition function, adding a new delivery is just a matter of seconds.

You can also locate your delivery on the map or manage your deliveries using Web Access (web.parcelapp.net) - easy and simple. Parcel has a native macOS app available for free in the Mac App Store.

Parcel utilizes the power of iOS to provide you the best possible user experience. You can use Notification Center widget to see expected deliveries for today or tomorrow or share extension to add a new delivery directly from any other app.

Push notifications provided by Parcel are more convenient than from any other app. They are being sent only from 8am to 10 pm according to your timezone, so you will not be bothered at night (however, you can disable this option in the settings).

Some features, such as push notifications and tracking more than 3 deliveries are limited to premium subscribers. Current price for the premium subscription is $2.99 per year, and may vary from country to country. Parcel's privacy policy, as well as subscription terms are available at https://parcelapp.net/privacy-with-terms.html.

What’s New

Version 7.0.3

Amazon Integration (iOS 14 required)

You can now sign in to your Amazon account in the app settings. Once you sign in, your active packages will be imported automatically. You will not need to add them manually.

This update brings small bug fixes related to Amazon integration.

Ratings and Reviews

4.8 out of 5
14.6K Ratings

14.6K Ratings

Kazuson ,

These are one of those few apps that don’t get the credit they deserve

First off the extremely low subscription price!, Should sell you on this App. Secondly the developer is amazing with how he respects his Patrons and doesn’t try to jack up his subscription price, I’ve been using this app for a few months now without a single hitch. And if you’re like me a person who constantly needs to track multiple packages this app is amazing with how I’m able to track loads of deliveries at a single time with how I'm able to check my deliveries online with my email login to being able to have a widget on my iPhone screen of my deliveries!, for this type of price now of days is unheard of. I haven’t eveb started to begin to tell you how amazing I truly believe this app and this developer is truly a great app from a great developer I’d definitely recommend to anyone looking for an app to track deliveries your sending or even if you’re just an avid online shopper, this app gets two thumbs up from me and All the Stars 🌟

Nets10 ,

Best multi-service tracker I’ve tried.

I’ve been a long-time user of Parcel, but when a seller suggested using Arrive, I chose to give it a shot. Arrive does do a better job than Parcel at identifying deliveries, but at the cost of rummaging through all of your email. It did find and identify some deliveries I hadn’t seen, but I think I prefer setting up filters to forward only the delivery messages.

Where Arrive really comes up short is keeping up with delivery status. Arrive shows that a package is arriving today, but is still 160 miles away near Dallas. Parcel shows that the package was put on a truck 10 miles away for delivery. For some packages this is a difference between staying in the office or working from home to accept delivery. The $3/year charge for unlimited deliveries in Parcel is well worth it, especially with the responsiveness of the developer when I’ve encountered issues with forwarded messages.

Techno-nut ,

Hate the nagging pop up at every launch

Updated Review: Decided to try the app again after the dev advised there should be no pop-up’s. Reinstalling the app apparently resolved the issue on my iPad Pro. I really do like the detailed tracking of any package from any carrier, and the mapping function is kind of cute too. So glad re-installing the app seemed to fix the issue.

Original Review: Just wanted to drop a note to say I am deleting the app. I have used it for a long time, tracking one or two packages, loved the mapping feature, etc. Now with the latest updates there is a nagging pop-up every time the app is launched reminding me to consider Premium subscription service. I don’t want nor do I need Premium service, if I did, I would sign up for it and gladly pay, BUT I DON’T NEED IT and don’t need to be nagged about it every time I use the app! 😡

Why not add an IAP of $1 to get rid of the nag screen, I’d gladly help support your dev effort, but I am not a business user and don’t need the premium services.

Developer Response ,

Sorry, I have no idea what pop-up you are referring to. There are no permanent popups in the app.

App Privacy

The developer, Ivan Pavlov Pty Ltd, indicated that the app’s privacy practices may include handling of data as described below. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

Data Linked to You

The following data may be collected and linked to your identity:

  • Contact Info
  • User Content
  • Identifiers

Privacy practices may vary, for example, based on the features you use or your age. Learn More

Supports

  • Family Sharing

    With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.

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