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PackageTrackr Mobile Web Tracks Practically Every Package Carrier

PackageTrackr Mobile Website on a BlackBerry I have the mobile UPS, FedEx, and USPS websites bookmarked on my BlackBerry but a friend of mind introduced me to PackageTrackr today. It is a sweet website which also has a mobile friendly view that allows you to track your packages shipped on practically every carrier I can think of.

PackageTrackr has all the regular carriers covered in the US including others like Canadian Post along with 15 or some others I cannot recognize like CEVA, Aramex, Hongkong Post, Parcelforce, and many more. It will usually autodetect the carriers.

PackageTrackr does not have a BlackBerry app (yet?) but they do have a nice mobile version of their desktop site

You can get to the mobile site at or go to the iPhone optimized version which looks beautiful on my Torch at Let us know what you use to track packages on your BlackBerry? I used to use Viigo but that is a lost cause since they have yet to support OS 6.

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  1. I still use @trackthis on twitter they track any package and you can even name it all you have to do is send a direct message to them with the tracking number it detects the shipping co. and gives you an eta and updates

    check it out.

  2. Nice. I love that it shows Delivery Progress. I’ve been doing my holiday shopping mostly online so this will come in very handy for Christmas. Thanks for this.

    I have noticed though that if something is shipped via FedEx, the online store will send an e-mail with a tracking number that links right to the FedEx tracking system so there’s no need to enter in any numbers. Pretty cool.

    What I tracked today: 3 seasons of Mad Men on Blu-ray! Sent from Amazon via USPS.

  3. I will give it a try, since I also have some purchases I will be doing online shortly.

  4. I too tried the Viigo tracking but as badly as Viigo leaks memory I had to drop to the Lite version that dispensed with all the Tango stuff and took Viigo back to just RSS reading. Didn’t help, still was making me reboot phone 3-4 times a day. Aren’t we glad RIM bought them to integrate their RSS “expertise”? Not…

    I’ve been just using the various mobile web sites or clickable links from the tracking emails (I forward them then Save Draft so they stand out in Inbox and debet the draft on package arrival).

    This does look nice though. Gonna try it, got lots inbound from Amazon and Newegg.

  5. That is quite an impressive list of carriers. too bad there are none where i live.

  6. whoa, i could have sworn i looked all over for an app like this but couldn’t find one.


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