Releases Google Gadget for Tracking Packages with UPS, FedEx, DHL and USPS

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Popular package tracking shortcut search engine releases new Google Gadget for iGoogle users, and also a separate widget for RSS readers for UPS tracking, FedEx package tracking, DHL package tracking and USPS package tracking. has released a new version of the popular search engine tool for RSS readers, and also a new Google Gadget, which extends the functionality of the search box to personalized iGoogle homepages, other RSS readers and embedding in web pages or email.

This is a handy desktop tool for retail and auction buyers and sellers who regularly deal with multiple package tracking carriers, and prefer and single simple interface to begin their package search. The gadget or RSS feed sits in a very compact spot on your homepage or feedreader, and launches your desired tracking carrier number from a single text box.

The Google Gadget supports UPS tracking, FedEx tracking, DHL tracking, and United States Postal Service USPS tracking from a single search box, with and option of going to any of these tracking package landing pages of their respective sites.

View the Google Gadget page for the engine here:

Google Gadget XML - Add this URL directly in iGoogle where it says "Add by URL"

Note to iGoogle users: Because the gadget contains some inline HTML, you will see a message from Google that reads "Module requires inlining". Click "OK" to enable the gadget -- you will only see this message once. The HTML allows us to update various carrier tracking paths when carriers change on as-needed basis.

The RSS version of also contains an additional drop down to search directly for the following carriers (in addition to UPS, FedEx, USPS, and DHL): Lone Star Overnight, Averitt Express and Con-Way.

Use the following URL for RSS feed readers:

All retailers and auction sellers are invited to embed the search box into their web sites, email responses to customers, and any other part of the sales fulfillment process to make their package tracking much simpler.


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