Parcel - Delivery Tracking 4+

Package Tracker

Ivan Pavlov Pty Ltd

    • 4.8 • 5.1K Ratings
    • Free
    • Offers In-App Purchases



If you are looking for an app to track deliveries on Mac, iPhone, iPad 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:

Tracking data is collected on our server, so you will get it right to your device with a click of a button. With unique carrier automatic recognition function, adding new delivery is just a matter of seconds.

Push notifications provided by Parcel are more convenient than from any other app. They arrive simultaneously on your Mac and iOS devices. You can also locate your delivery on the map or manage your deliveries using Web Access ( - easy and simple.

Parcel utilizes the power of macOS to provide you the best possible user experience. You can use Spotlight to look for your deliveries and widget to add new deliveries or see expected deliveries for today or tomorrow (when there is an estimated delivery date available).

Amazon integration in Parcel allows you to get your packages added automatically from your Amazon account. Once an order is shipped, it will appear in Parcel. This is done in a secure and privacy-friendly way with your credentials never leaving the device.

Parcel for iOS can be downloaded for free in the iOS App Store.

Please use the same Parcel account on all Mac and iOS devices to sync your purchases and deliveries.

Some features, such as push notifications and tracking more than 3 deliveries are limited to premium subscribers. Current price for the premium subscription is $4.99 per year, and may vary from country to country. Parcel's privacy policy, as well as subscription terms are available at

What’s New

Version 7.10.1

This update resolves the issue when you could see "Page not found" message when trying to re-enable Amazon integration.

Ratings and Reviews

4.8 out of 5
5.1K Ratings

5.1K Ratings

Tryplecrown ,

Workhorse for day to day package tracking

I’ve been using this app for a few years now doing the paid sub thing. I use it for both personal packages as well as my small business. Anytime I order anything and get tracking info, it goes in the app and I can easily check all my shipments at a glance from my desktop, phone or ipad. I like the notifications because there are times when I don’t hear the delivery person, the package arrives ahead of schedule or those times when I just forget I had a package coming. It’s just peace of mind to have the reminder so that I don’t miss a shipment or leave something sitting on the front porch until I just happen to see it there that evening or a couple of days later. When I have a heavy load of shipments coming in or a package I’m anxious to receive, I keep it up on one of my monitors in my office and it’s easy to hit the refresh button throughout the day. It doesn’t seem to be 100% up to day at all times depending on how it’s refreshing, but it’s alwasy easy to select a package and just hit the “track on website” button and you can see it right there on the USPS, FedEx or UPS website. I like having a place to look where at a glance, I know how many packages should be arriving that day and which carriers they’ll arrive with. Overall I’d definitely recommend this one. It’s one of a handful of apps I use as part of my daily workflow and I would miss if I didn’t have it. Thanks and keep up the good work on this one!!!

Zumaya_Books ,

I wish I’d found it sooner

I get LOTS of packages, and some of them come from overseas. I also live in an apartment complex where the mail isn’t delivered to the door and UPS saves time by dropping stuff off at the admin office. Sometimes, the stuff I order is date-sensitive, and Parcel is the ONLY way I have of knowing when something has arrived. It’s also invaluable when a delivery strays, as happened recently when for some reason an order for Austin TX ended up in Nebraska. Knowing where the package was helped me help the shipper get things straightened out.

However, one of its truly useful functions it that it allows me to keep track of drop-shipped orders to my customers, so that I know if the promised delivery actually happens when promised. And if it doesn’t, I also have information to let me know why. If you run any kind of business where having details of where a package is, being able to check on them without having to open a browser is a major time-saver.

I really can’t say enough good things about Parcel. Is it perfect? Of course not, but it’s close enough as makes no difference.

Developer Response ,

Thanks a lot for this wonderful review :)

Arjay ,

Does what it says & does it well

I’m not usually a fan of “subscription” apps, but Parcel stands out as an exception. I discovered this app a few years back and started my subscription a little over a year ago. I find it to have enough value to me that I don’t mind paying an annual subscription. It allow you to track your shipments, share the information with others and even view it’s progress on a map. There is a bit of a lag which I’m thinking is due to whatever interface there is between the app and all of the various shipping companies. Sometimes, it’s just a minute or two; sometimes it can be up to 30 minutes. But usually you get timely notifications on package progress, expected delivery and when the delivery has been completed. The interface is kept simple so that you always see the most relevant information and can always use a tap to drill down for more details. It tracks all of the big boys like USPS, FedEx, UPS but also DHL and the other shippers that most people don’t know about or thought were extinct. Plus you always get direct access to the shippers website if you need to reschedule or reroute a delivery. Including those features would be my only wishlist item for this app. Otherwise, it’s a great app that has remained stable through the years.

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

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  • Purchases
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  • User Content
  • Identifiers

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