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UPS Tracking for BlackBerry Smartphones
Mark Peters : December 21th 2009 - 21:47 CET
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BlackBerryUPS Tracking Software Application for BlackBerry Smartphones : UPS announced an industry first software application for BlackBerry Smartphones that not only ships and tracks packages but also finds the nearest UPS location. Available for free via the Blackberry website, the new UPS Mobile App for BlackBerry Smartphones enables users to track shipments, create shipments using the My UPS address book, calculate shipping rates and time-in-transit and then find the nearest UPS location. The UPS Mobile App supports the BlackBerry Storm, BlackBerry Bold, BlackBerry Tour and Curve 8900 smartphones.

UPS tracking

UPS Tracking application
“The UPS Mobile Application for BlackBerry Smartphones is a first-to-market solution for on-the-go professionals that’s arriving just in time for the busy holiday shipping season,” said Jordan Colletta, vice president of customer technology marketing at UPS. Developed exclusively for use on BlackBerry smartphones, the new UPS Mobile App doesn’t require log-in for tracking. But when logged in, the application shows a history of tracked shipments and automatically refreshes when the application is opened. UPS tracking numbers also can be nicknamed for quick reference.

BlackBerry Smartphone software

BlackBerry Smartphone software application
BlackBerry users can use their smartphones to access their My UPS Address Book and Preferences and create shipping labels, which can be e-mailed in a PDF file for printout. Once the label is printed, customers can use the application's “find locations” feature to easily find a UPS drop-off location. For more information about the UPS Tracking application for BlackBerry visit the UPS website.

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