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This article was published on November 20, 2013

Slice now lets you track all your online purchases from your Android tablet

Slice now lets you track all your online purchases from your Android tablet
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If you’re based in the US, you may have come across Slice before, the service that tracks all your online purchases and pulls the information together into one place.

Thus far, Slice has been available for iPhone, Android smartphones and the Web. But from today, it’s now available for Android tablets too.

To use Slice, you don’t need to log-in to multiple retailer websites – by connecting your email account it automatically finds tracking numbers. And its mobile apps even send you push notifications to let you know when a package is on its way. It also keeps a record of everything you’ve ever bought online, which means you don’t have to go looking for receipts, and serves up price alerts (for partial refunds), as well as newly-released recall monitoring.

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