The feature is rolling out to more users now
Amazon Map Tracker, a feature the company quietly introduced , has begun expanding to more users in the US, as noticed by Android Authorities and supported by Amuse. The feature provides a real-time map of your Amazon package delivery as it’s in transit to you, letting you watch a dot on the screen similar to monitoring Lyft driver or even an Uber. It had been given a launch this past year.
The feature is great for anyone who obsesses over the specific instant. It’s also handy as it allows you to pop out for an errand by showing how many deliveries or stops that the motorist will make before reaching you.
“The Amazon Map Tracking attribute is just another delivery invention we’re working on to improve convenience to our customers and supply them greater visibility into their deliveries,” Amazon spokeswoman Alana Broadbent told.
S some blessed users of the attribute have noted online, Map Tracker works with bundles delivered by Amazon logistics community and not those handled by UPS, FedEX, or USPS.
Amazon continues to evolve the ways customers can track their deliveries. Recently these have included taking photos of your entrance door to alert you when your package has been delivered and Amazon Key, which uses Amazon’s Cloud Cam and smart lock to track couriers falling off deliveries inside your home.