iOS/Android: Slice is one of our favorite tools to track packages and online orders, and this morning the app updated to include the option to track packages you’ve shipped to others (in addition to ones on their way to you), support for just package tracking (so you don’t have to link it to an account), and tools to analyze your orders and see where you sink your cash.
If you’re unfamiliar, Slice organizes and displays all of your recent online orders in one view, along with each item’s shipping status, so you can always see what packages are in the air on their way to you, and when they’re scheduled to arrive. In addition to being a great package tracking tool, the app organizes how much you’ve spent on each item so you can see where your money is going and how much you’ve spent at various retailers. Slice even keeps track of daily deal vouchers from sites like Groupon and Living Social, and can pull return policies and warranties from your invoices so you can see whether the dud you just unboxed is covered for repairs.
In addition to its searchable, interactive list of your total purchase history, today’s update brings some personal finance tools to Slice, like the option to see where you spend most of your money. Whether you spend on gadgets, entertainment, or travel, Slice can help you understand where your money is going.
Ideally, Slice hooks into your email account via OAuth to scan for order confirmation emails and receipts, but if you don’t like that idea, you can forward them to the service on your own. If you do choose to link Slice with one of your accounts, today’s update brings support for iCloud, Hotmail, and AOL mail, in addition to Gmail and Yahoo, which were already supported. Slice is completely free, and the update is available now in the iTunes App Store and at Google Play.