By United States Postal Service
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Access popular USPS.com® tools on the go with the USPS Mobile® app. Use the USPS Tracking™ tool anywhere you go, calculate shipping prices (limitations apply), find a Post Office™ or an Approved Postal Provider™, look up a ZIP Code™, schedule pickups, hold your mail, scan labels (available on certain devices), and more..
WHAT CAN IT DO?
Use the USPS Tracking™ tool to check the status of shipments sent using Priority Mail®, Priority Mail Express®, Certified Mail®, and certain other delivery services. You can give your shipments nicknames, save them in the app, and sign up for text alerts to easily keep tabs on your items.
Get easy access to My USPS.com™ where you can register for a free account and automatically see all of your inbound USPS® packages without having to enter any tracking numbers. You can also schedule delivery alerts, request redelivery, and more.
Find USPS® Locations when you need to get to a Post Office™, Self-Service Kiosk (APC®) or collection box with an easy-to-filter locator. The USPS Mobile app uses your device’s GPS to show your closest options on a map, along with their Regular Hours, Special Hours and Last Collection Times, and provides mapped results with driving, walking, or transit directions.
Look up a ZIP Code™ for any U.S. address.
Schedule a free next-day pickup and have your Letter Carrier pick up Priority Mail®, Priority Mail Express®, Global Express Guaranteed®, or Merchandise Return Services shipments from your home or office during regular mail delivery.
Request Hold Mail Service while you’re away, and we’ll keep your mail at your local Post Office™ until you return or carrier will redelivery.
Scan the barcode on shipping labels with your phone’s camera (not available on iPad 1 and iPod Touch models without rear-facing cameras). The app recognizes the shipment and stores the label number, so you can stay on top of its status.
What's New in Version 5.5
- Bug fixes
Hold mail feature broken
The hold mail feature does not remember who I am after the last update. I can see all of my previous hold mail request (so it knows who I am in the system), but now I have to reenter my personal information every time I request a new hold mail. The old version just allowed me to enter the dates because it knew my address and name. That old version was therefore much quicker to use.
Also, when you click on one of the links to your previous hold mail requests, it says it can't find the information even though it knows that I had that request in the past. Buggy
Piece of JUNK
How come this app went downhill? It used to remembered who I was. Now, it remembered my last four hold-mail requests, so it must know its me, yet it forces me to enter my complete name and address. It gives you the option of selecting off my contacts list, but my own contacts entry is greyed out! How ridiculous.
So I entered all the info manually and I put in my start date. But then I couldn't put in an end date (buggy). If I go to the next item and then come back, it finally wakes up and presents the proper end date selection list.
I'd like to know who's the government insider who made a mint off this piece of crap. Give me the old version!
Just wanted to provide some feedback from a customer perspective. I'm sure I'm not the only one who may feel this way. It would be nice to see who the sender merchant is on your tracking... As it is, and because I order many things online, I can never tell who's shipping what by looking at your tracking number. Thank you
- Category: Business
- Updated: May 07, 2016
- Version: 5.5
- Size: 19.0 MB
- Language: English
- Seller: United States Postal Service
- © 2016 United States Postal Service®
Compatibility: Requires iOS 8.3 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.