OneTracker - Package Tracker 4+

Multi-carrier package tracker

伟佳 蔡

    • 4.8 • 803 Ratings
    • Free
    • Offers In-App Purchases



A simple, fast and automate-able multi-carrier package tracker with free, unlimited push notifications and email forwarding feature.

* All packages in one place
Support all major carriers around the world. Helps you when you are shopping or tracking business shipments.

* Push notifications
We send timely notifications about important tracking events of your packages. Unlimited, free of charge and configurable.

* Automatic tracking
We don't want to scan your inbox. Instead, you forward your shipment emails to a unique address the app generates for each account. While many tracking apps require subscriptions for this feature, we provide it for free.

* Add packages quickly
You can always add packages manually with the help of a barcode scanner and automatic clipboard detection.

* View your tracking information, fast.
Simple and clear design with an optional map view helps you quickly view the most important tracking information.

* Sync your data across devices
Sign up for a free OneTracker account to save and sync your packages. Our app is available on multiple platforms.

* OneTracker is a relatively new app
We welcome all feedback and suggestions! Don't hesitate to reach out to us by sending a message in-app or email us at

We support the following major carriers:
- FedEx
- DHL Express
- China Post
- China Post EMS
- Canada Post
- Amazon Logistics (U.S. and Canada. experimental feature)

And many other carriers worldwide!

What’s New

Version 0.6.7

Performance and stability improvements.

Ratings and Reviews

4.8 out of 5
803 Ratings

803 Ratings

TheYenMaster ,

This is the one

I’ve tried 6 other tracking apps, and this is the one. It let’s you track more than 1-3 packages, has no stupid subscriptions (and only a 1 time upgrade fee to the Pro version, yay!), and has location and shipping estimates at a glance, with an available map! You can even have it auto-populate as you get confirmation emails. Amazing!

Only things I’d say that’d make this blow out the others is adding a homescreen widget and a “last updated” time status. But so far I’ve ditched Parcel (I reached out to the dev, asking if I could pay a 1 time fee, he names the amount, instead of the $5 a year fee. Got a rather salty response back about how he didn’t want to do it), and forgot about all the others I’ve tried, some of which never update or show accurate info. This one has been the best so far!

davidtimm ,

Best Tracking App bar NONE

I work in Logistics and send out hundreds of packages a day. This app has become a main stay on my home page because of its ease of use, the ability to see full tracking history, as well as support for a range of carriers. While I don’t need to stay up to date on all the packages I send, for my international or problem shipments it is nice to have updates at a glance of my phone. Being able to customize the name for the shipment allows me to easily sort between packages for my customers and packages of things I’ve ordered online. If you’re looking for an all-in-one tracking app for personal or professional use, OneTracker is the app to use.

musicfan9698 ,

Best tracking app, better than Arrive

I used to use Arrive to track my packages, but I’m so glad I found this app instead. It has a beautiful UI and is very easy to use. It does two things much better than Arrive:
- It correctly states the day the package will be delivered, whereas Arrive is often off by a day. As in, the date listed on FedEx and the date listed on Arrive don’t match.
- It doesn’t require access to my email account, since I can just set up a simple forwarding rule. This is a huge plus for someone privacy-oriented!

My only complaint is that there’s no way to sort my packages by arrival date instead of by the date added to the app. Also, a dark mode would be nice.

App Privacy

The developer, 伟佳 蔡, 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
  • Identifiers

Data Not Linked to You

The following data may be collected but it is not linked to your identity:

  • Identifiers
  • Usage Data

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

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