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Amazon’s new app will ‘see’ inside your packages

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Amazon is giving its app a new feature to help holiday shoppers keep track of what’s in their packages. 

The company updated its iPhone app with a new feature that uses the phone’s camera to help detect what’s inside your packages without opening them.

Dubbed, “Package X-Ray,” the feature uses your iPhone’s camera to scan the barcode on the package. Once scanned, the app will show which of your orders are inside. 

You can try it for yourself if you have the latest version of Amazon’s iOS app (no word yet on Android availability) by tapping the camera icon next to the search bar and selecting “Package X-Ray.” Read more…

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