I do not think that the team at Shopify’s experimental Garage product development group realizes this, but their hottest app is perfect for most of the people I know. It is a package chasing device named Arrive that unites all your customer shopping batches in a single post and turns it effortless to receive information on your status, and contact with customer service if you require. Shopify has been continuously adding the feature; previously it introduced Instagram integration.
The Arrive app’s underlying principle might be well-known if you are by now an admirer of combining shipping info for through web purchases. A lot of people work with Deliveries, for example, the package tracking app introduced by Junecloud that functions with a cohort desktop app for macOS and syncs your delivery status via iCloud. There are lots of other choices out there, too, for iOS and Android.
Arrive presents some characteristics it thinks will help it turn your go-to when it comes to buying, tracking, as well as email account combination so that it can routinely insert your consignments to its schedule of tracked goods. It also offers rich alerts, which provide you insight into your shipment’s evolution at every stride of its trip so you fundamentally, do not even have to switch on the app to work with it (great, isn’t it?).
You’d be missing out if you never did unlock the app, though, since it’s a gorgeous looking merchandise with an intelligent, spontaneous and graceful design. Plus, Arrive involuntarily adds right contact choices for both the seller and the hauler for your parcel, making it simple to get in contact in case you have any problems or want to request for a return.
Arrive is vendor cynic so it is not like it is restricted to buy you make at sellers using Shopify’s business platform. And it has map based place hunting, too for perceiving where your stuff is when it is on its route to depart.
As of now, Arrive is only valid on iOS, and also works with Gmail entirely at launch. The team is functioning on lengthening support to supplementary email suppliers in future, however.
References: Tech Crunch, Engadget