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FedEx recently released an official app for Android, bringing all the power of the shipping giant's online features to your mobile device.

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To be a bit more specific, the app allows users to create shipping labels, access their FedEx address book, get rate quotes, receive shipping notifications, find FedEx locations, and provide mobile feedback to FedEx. Users can even nickname shipments and add notes, essentially covering all the bases when it comes to creating and managing shipments.

The app no doubt sounds like a powerhouse for FedEx customers, and makes utilizing their myriad features and services even easier than before.

Liam Spradlin
Liam loves Android, design, user experience, and travel. He doesn't love ill-proportioned letter forms, advertisements made entirely of stock photography, and writing biographical snippets.

  • c00ller

    The free app, Parcels does FedEx, UPS, USPS, for every other (even non-US) shipment carrier you can think of. So, I see no use for this app.

    • Caroline

      Thansk, c00ller! Parcels looks like a very useful app.

  • Andy in Indy

    All the app does is track a shipment by tracking number. The app logs you out every time you exit so you have to log back in when you restart (it doesn't save your password).
    There is a button to take you to thier web site, but that is it for the app.