Delivery Status 5.2 for iOS Available on the App Store Delivery Status helps you keep track of all your packages, so you always know…
Delivery Status Service Updates
|142||August 11th||Updated for changes to Parcelforce. Improvements for UPS.|
|141||July 23rd||Updated for changes to Poste.it. Improved error handling for FedEx.|
|140||July 12th||Improvements for Post.at.|
|139||July 12th||Improvements for Royal Mail.|
|138||June 9th||Updated for changes to US Postal Service.|
The latest versions of Delivery Status can download service updates automatically. These are just instructions that let Delivery Status know how to look up your delivery information. If FedEx or Apple changes their web site, we can just publish a service update, and you'll get it automatically, without having to download a whole new app.
If you have Delivery Status set up to sync with Junecloud, you'll automatically receive service updates when you sync, if they're available. If you haven't turned on syncing, Delivery Status will check for updates once a week, or once a day if there's a problem.
Usually you don't need to do anything—it just works. But if you think something's wrong, you can reset your service updates and force them to refresh immediately.
How to force Delivery Status touch (for iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad) to update:
- Tap the button to open the settings.
- Below the Junecloud logo, you'll see the version number, similar to “Delivery Status 5.0 (116)”
- Tap this text to force Delivery Status to update.
How to force Delivery Status for Mac to update:
- Move your mouse over the widget and click the button to flip the widget over.
- Below the Junecloud logo, you'll see the version number, similar to “Delivery Status 6.0 (116)”
- Click this text to force Delivery Status to update.