Track when stuff you order is going to arrive.

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Jack Smith
Jack SmithHunterPro@_jacksmith · Serial Entrepreneur & Startup Adviser
It syncs with your inbox to pull in all the stuff you order; from Amazon etc. then it constantly tracks the shipper's (i.e. UPS, USPS etc) API against the tracking number, to get an order status and estimated delivery date. e.g. I can see which day all the different stuff I order from different ecommerce websites is gonna arrive. The web version is not good. I use the iPhone app. It's super buggy, but the best solution that I've found.
Geoffrey Weg
Geoffrey Weg@geoffreyweg · Betaworks, TechStars, White House
Very cool that it automatically pulls in shipping numbers from your inbox.
Ryan HooverPro@rrhoover · Founder, Product Hunt
A former coworker of mine uses this regularly. I believe their inbox scraping approach could be applied to other products or use cases. This has me brainstorming ideas... :)
Geoffrey Weg
Geoffrey Weg@geoffreyweg · Betaworks, TechStars, White House
@rrhoover Yes! Reminds me of our discussion re. Gmail Actions.
Mike Bracco
Mike Bracco@bracco · Product at JibJab
@rrhoover Lot's of cool things you could do with scraping Gmail. This was one I tweeted at Slice a while back: - Basically Amazon allows you to get refund of difference if price drops within 7 days of a purchase. Slice could potentially notify you of that (as Amazon obviously doesn't :) cc @GeoffreyWeg