Tuesday, August 24, 2010

Tracking Your Package with Google Maps


I've just tracked a package sent to me in London from California. The package took five days to wing it's way from Sunnyvale to my house in London. Having ordered something exciting over the Internet it is easy to get a little impatient waiting for the package to arrive but there is something reassuring about being able to check your package's location on Google Maps.

Trackingnumber.org is a tracking service for all the major courier services. Using the service you can track the location of a sent package on Google Maps. The service currently works for packages sent by FedEx, UPS, TNT and DHL.

To track a package you just have to enter the package's tracking number. You are then presented with a Google Map that shows the current location of your package. Beside the map the tracking record for your package is also displayed, showing all the stages in your package's journey.



Arpan said...

I tried many different tracking systems, however, this one is the best. 100% recommended

Baskets by Juli said...

This service is not at all accurate! USPS shows my package as received and sent on from my local post office but it's listed from there as moving within the system. Trackingnumber.org shows it as not even been received by USPS.

Unknown said...

How do i enter my track number