Developer: Vincenzo Accardi
Current Version: 2.0
Last Updated: 9 months ago
Download Size: 2.2 MB - Download
iTracking is the app for your Mac that lets you know at any moment the status of your shipments with the major couriers and postal services in the world.
Whether you are a frequent user of the leading online auction sites, or just want to know at any moment where you find the package that you sent or wait, just questioning iTracking quickly and get the latest status of the shipment.
iTracking is equipped with a convenient user interface, and is able to show the delivery status of your shipment by simply inserting a few simple data. It also has a store where you can save your shipments faster and for a subsequent consultation, the same can be easily synchronized with other devices (IOS) through a Dropbox account.
• Growl Notification: a notification alerts you when a shipment changes its state;
• Notification Badge: a number on the icon shows the number of shipments changed of state when the app is in background and the Growl notification is not viewed;
• Status Update: highlights the shipments changed of state;
• Dropbox Backup: you can make a backup of the shipments archive and possibly synchronize with iPhone/iPad application;
*** Support for all major national and international couriers:
• An Post
• Bring Norway
• China Post
• DHL, DHL.de
• Hong Kong Post
• Japan Post
• POS Malaysia
• Poste Italiane
• Royal Mail
• SF Express
• Swiss Post
• UPU - Universal Postal Union
Warning: All information provided by iTracking, are found through the link to the official websites of courier / postal. Deficiencies, inaccuracies or technical problems, are due to the web sites and application. Any structural alterations of the official websites of the application could lead to a malfunction, which in the case will be resolved with an update as soon as possible.
- For suggestions or technical support:
• Mail: [email protected]
• Web: http://www.itrackingapp.com
• Twitter: @itrackingapp
• Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/itracking
* Added support for native tracking China Post;
Most Helpful Reviews
It Works! - Not bad, for $2.99 as it does what it says it does. The interface could be a bit nicer but I really can't complain that much since it does what I need it to do.
Horrible UI - Checkboxes that act like buttons. Icons that act like buttons. Grayed out items that do things when clicked. Awful.
More Reviews for Current Version
Current release fixes all my issues - There are times when I have to eat my words… The day after I reviewed this app, the author released fixes he was obviously working on for some time, as the Apple review process takes a while before being released to the public. This app now does what the author says it does, so I would give it the thumbs up on both macOS and iOS.
At this moment in iTracking history... - There are a number of shipment trackers in both the iOS and MacOS store, and this is one of the better ones, but with some concerns/caveats: 1. Anyone with both a Mac and and iPhone and/or iPhone needs synchronization between them, and one without a pricing model based on your life expectancy is important to me. In other words, I don’t want to pay a monthly or annual cost for the synchronization service. That means you don’t know how much the app will actually cost you because you don’t know how long you or the developer will live. This one has a set cost for all versions of the app, which is good. 2. You want it to work, and more so for the macOS version than the iOS version, this is where iTracking falls down. At any given moment in time, the Mac version may or may not work well, and at the moment, you can toss a coin. The iOS version tends to work betten than the Mac version, both for Notifications, and for tracking from the launched app. The widget that lives in the iOS lock screen/Notifications screen is just plain bad, and shows data for shipments deleted weeks or months ago, yet manages to leave off current shipments. Truly useless, at this point. The last macOS version included ChinaPost, but actually tracking a ChinaPost shipment using it is pretty much a waste of time. Other apps do much better, so it isn’t a case of bad data being provided to the app from ChinaPost. Yet, I am happy the developer finally got around to adding it, and I look forward to seeing it actually work reliably. This version tends to give you generic notifications that say the shipment has been received by the shipping company. Those generic notifications have an indirect way of saying something has changed with the shipment. Then you need to actually launch the app to see what is happening with any given shipment. I frequently launch the app, then click on a shipent only to discover that its status has changed, yet I did not get a nofification. If that happened on a rare occasion, I could assume I simply beat the pending notification. But, when this happens more ofthen than not, I realize something is broken in this release. I typically resort to using a free version of another app to track critical packages. Because I bought into this ecosystem, I hope to see it fixed in some future release, but it has been about 6 months since the last release. I am beginning to lose hope, and if I were about to invest in a shipment tracker, I would wait to see a release more recent than their November 2016 release. At that point, disregard this review.