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Opinion: Should you get a Deliveries subscription?

The developers of the Deliveries app, Junecloud, recently updated the app and are moving the service to a subscription-based platform.

Deliveries is a third-party package delivery app that shows and tells you through a map and beautiful UI where your package is in real time, and gives you timely notifications when there is new information about your orders.

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Those who previously purchased the app are getting extended free trials of the new premium Deliveries features until February 1, 2021.

However, when it comes to deciding whether or not you should get a subscription for yourself, the decision can be a tricky one.

Here is who the premium version of the app is for:

  • Big-time online shoppers: For those who spend a lot of money online shopping, whether that is through Amazon, Best Buy, Target, Walmart or any other shop, this app is borderline essential for those who tend to have a heavy online shopping cart.

 

  • Not trusting mail services: If you do not trust apps like the United States Postal Service’s (USPS) or UPS, then Deliveries might be the app to go with for tracking your packages.

 

  • A place for everything: Say you have one package coming from FedEx, a couple others coming from the USPS and an another one coming from UPS. You probably don’t want to have all of those apps and keeping track of all of those orders. With Deliveries, every order is in one app.

Deliveries is available for the iPhone, iPod Touch, iPad, Apple Watch and Mac in the App Store as a free app. The subscriptions to the service will be $4.99 a year or $0.99 a month.

You can also click here to read our review of the Deliveries for Mac app.

Are you planning on getting a subscription to Junecloud’s Deliveries app? Let us know on Twitter at @appleosophy!

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