02-20-2014, 08:19 AM
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Posted this on another forum and some people, like me, really liked the app so in case someone here would be interested here we go Smile

If you..like me...sometimes end up buying stuff online...and sometimes have multiple things incoming...you may also enjoy this app I've been using for a few months called "Slice".

Basically you tell it what email inbox to monitor and as soon as you get ANY notification of a shipment (I think it auto adds shipments going over Paypal and Amazon) it adds that shipment to your app and you can see exactly where in the world your package is, how long it is before it gets to you, look up the shipper site for detailed shipping info, etc.

It even adds pictures of what you have bought as it pulls that from your purchases Smile

Here is what I am expecting right now...as you can see it's tracking 7 shipments.....

And it runs on your computer, Apple or Android phones - and well, it's free.

If you use an iPhone or use it on your PC you can also run statistics showing how much you've spent over a period of time..and in what category those purchases were ;-)
It loads all your historical purchases as well.

Disclaimer: I just use and like the app, nothing to do with it.

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 02-20-2014, 09:15 AM
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Interesting, this may be useful some weeks Dodgy

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 02-20-2014, 11:41 AM
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sounds cool - sort of - but i would not like an app to keep track and collect information of all my purchases. indeed a clever business model Dodgy

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 02-20-2014, 01:34 PM
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(02-20-2014, 11:41 AM)tonsorius Wrote: sounds cool - sort of - but i would not like an app to keep track and collect information of all my purchases. indeed a clever business model Dodgy

Oh I can see that concern for sure.
I've used the app for maybe 3 months now and haven't seen any unsolicited emails coming in or anything like that yet Smile

I found out about it when it was voted one of the top 10 apps on the App store and must admit I now love it Smile

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 02-20-2014, 01:54 PM
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i'll readily admit i would prefer advertising/commercials/spam that reflects my actual buying habits - instead of win-now-casino/fake viagra/cheap-anything. i'm always surprised advertisers assume i would like low price stuff. low price means low quality or no quality. well well...

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