If you regularly use e-commerce and want to know where the packages of the orders placed at each moment are, as long as the orders have their respective tracking numbers, this list of Android applications will be of great help to you.
We start with AfterShip Shipping Tracking, a free and ad-free app for Android 4.1 or higher devices that has just released a new design, also launching a new indicator for when there are news in follow-up shipments, among other improvements. It has support for more than 370 carriers around the world, including Correos de Espana, FedEx, Royal Mail, Singapore Post, DHL, among many others.If it wasn't enough, it also allows barcode scanning, carrier autodetection, among other features. In addition, it is available in different languages, Spanish included. Users may have their respective user accounts to synchronize their shipments. These accounts allow tracking of up to 100 shipments per month, so those who track more shipments should use the Premium or Enterprise option.
We continue now with 17track, another interesting free and ad-free app that offers support for more than 220 carriers around the world, including Correos Espaa, DHL, FedEx, Singapore Post, among others. It also has notifications for when there are news in the status of tracked shipments, widget for the home page, translation widget, possibility of scanning barcode or QR, support for tablets, synchronization between devices through the cloud, and is also also available in different languages, including Spanish, among other features.
Finally, we go to Deliveries Package Tracker, another interesting app that has support for a long list of carriers from around the world, including different versions of Amazon from around the world, Amazon.es among them. It has notifications for status changes, synchronization between devices, widgets for the home screen, optimization for tablets and more. Users of the Pro version will have additional features, such as the lack of advertising or even the possibility of synchronizing orders placed on Amazon and eBay. Users can collaborate in the translation of the application in different languages from the web.
It is, therefore, three interesting options to consider, quite complete, although from the Google Play Store it is also possible to access other shipping tracking applications but for those who do not want to search, we believe that these three options are more than enough.