Slovenská Pošta launches a user-friendly app in English

People can see, for example, how many people are queuing up at a post office.

A new mobile app introduced by Slovenská pošta enables, customers to get a queue number straight to their phoneA new mobile app introduced by Slovenská pošta enables, customers to get a queue number straight to their phone (Source: TASR)

Tracking parcels by phone, finding the nearest post office, and requesting a waiting ticket will now be easier for English-speaking residents in Slovakia.

Slovenská Pošta, the country’s main postal services operator, has launched a new app, both in Slovak and English, that is user-friendly, free, and works on both iOS and Android systems, the Sme daily reported.

The app cost €230,000, said Peter Helexa, head of the company.

In the future, Slovenská Pošta wants to add other services, including evening mail delivery and e-receipts for posting. As part of the future upgrade, the company also plans to introduce the possibility of requesting a specific time to visit to the post office.

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