If you do a lot of online shopping, Slice can manage all your purchases for you like never before. Not only can Slice track and alert you of incoming shipments, it can also monitor things you've recently purchased and let you know of price drops and product recalls.
Upon launching Slice you're asking to sign in with an existing account you have or to create a Slice account. You can the start adding your email address accounts and Slice will start scouring for purchases. It can pull in orders from pretty much any digital receipt you have in your inbox or filed away in a folder somewhere. In less than 10 minutes, Slice found a year's worth of purchases in my account and was still actively finding more.
The unique thing about Slice over other purchase tracker apps is that there's very little effort involved on your part. Slice will alert you if a popular merchant you've purchased something from has a price drop you're eligible for. Since Slice maintains virtual copies of all your receipts, if you lose track of something such as a Groupon purchase, it's quick and easy to look it up again.
If you happen try slice out, let us know what your experience has been. Are you hesitant to let a third party service look through your emails for receipts? I think that will be a deal breaker to many people, but unfortunately, giving a service access to that data is the only way to completely automate the process. Let us know you think in the comments!