Just in time for holiday package tracking, Junecloud has released version the 8.0 of their packaging delivery tracking app Deliveries for iOS, alongside version 3.0 for macOS. Today’s update brings more support for iOS 10 and watchOS 3, with detailed notifications thanks to iOS 10’s 3D Touch features, and much more. On the Mac we gain Sierra support, and some new Touch Bar functionality.
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Having used Deliveries for the past few years I can say it’s without a doubt one of the first apps I download onto my phone during a fresh install. Deliveries can track packages from a number of different carriers, and supply you with updates and push notifications along the way. No more checking each site everyday to find changes, Deliveries will just tell you!
Today’s iOS update brings a few welcome changes, most notably support for iOS 10 and watchOS 3. iOS 10 support means when receiving package tracking notifications, using 3D Touch a user can get a broken down and more detailed view without having to open the app completely. Being updated for watchOS 3 means that when you open the app on your wrist, it’s already up-to-date. No more waiting for it to sync that information over like the previous watchOS builds.
Junecloud also included a few adorable stickers that can help add a bit of flair when sharing package tracking statuses to friends and loved ones.
On the Mac, Deliveries saw an update to version 3.0 brining in full support for macOS Sierra. Notably, the update brings in Touch Bar support for the new MacBook Pro including buttons for shipping company suggestions when adding deliveries, and auto-complete for email addresses, even a 1Password button when appropriate.
There are many more new features and updates packed into the app, so be sure to read the full release notes added below. Deliveries 8 is available from the iOS App Store for $4.99 and is compatible with the iPhone, iPad, and Apple Watch. Deliveries is also available on the Mac for $4.99 as well.