Package tracking app updated with Siri commands

Package is one of the most popular package tracking app for iPhone, iPad, Mac and Apple Watch. This week, the app received a major update that added support for Siri commands, so users can now ask Apple’s virtual assistant about the status of their packages.

Track your packages with Siri with the Package app

Siri command support in the Parcel app is based on the new App Intents framework introduced with iOS 16. This API allows developers to easily extend the functionality of their third-party apps with Siri and the Shortcuts app. With this in mind, Parcel’s developer has created a way to integrate shipping statuses with Siri.

With the update, Parcel users can now ask Siri things like “Where’s my MacBook package”? or “When will my MacBook package arrive?”. Siri will keep you updated on all the details of your package without having to open the app.

Today, Parcel added Siri support in iOS 16. You can ask Siri to show the latest status for your active or recently completed delivery using one of the predefined phrases. For example, if you are tracking a package called “MacBook”, you could use one of the following sentences: “Tracking MacBook”, “Where is my MacBook package”? or “When will my MacBook package arrive?”.

According to the developer, Siri commands are now available in seven different languages: English, German, French, Spanish, Italian, Portuguese and Russian. More details about the new Siri commands in Parcel can be found on the official website of the app.

And if you’re not familiar with Parcel yet, the app is definitely worth a try. It has push notifications, Amazon integration, widgets and more. You can download Parcel for free from the App Store.

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