EBANX Track, app for tracking EBANX orders, is available for download on the iPhone (iOS) this Friday (14). The application brings to the smartphone the tracking website interface to follow national and international orders placed on well-known e-commerce portals, such as AliExpress, Gearbest and Banggood. Among the resources are sending notifications for each movement of the order, notice of collection of customs fees and use of labels to organize the tracked orders. The Android version of the app should be released soon.
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New app for tracking orders warns of package movement Photo: Divulgao / EBANX
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The EBANX Track service was previously only available via the web address (track.ebanx.com). The application arrives today at the App Store and Play Store with free download and different functions. To track orders with the app, just insert the tracking code informed by the online store or the seller. The app accepts international and national orders, and offers information on the order path even across borders.
Among the functions of EBANX Track, it is possible to track more than one package at a time, and differentiate them with customizable labels. The application allows sending notifications to the cell phone to alert the movement in real time of the order, in addition to notifying if there is a charge for customs fees. If so, EBANX Track has the option of redirecting to the Post Office payment page.
Order handling notification Photo: Divulgao / EBANX
According to Ariel Patschiki, product director for EBANX's end user, constant monitoring of the order can prevent its cancellation: "With EBANX Track, the buyer is able to know the entire route of an order, worldwide. This significantly reduces the anxiety of this order. process, in addition to reducing the chances of cancellation or return of the purchase. "
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