Dispatch, the popular TextExpander-enabled, action-based email client for the iPhone and iPod touch, has received a major update adding nearly a dozen new features and ten new actions for your emails while fixing a ton of bugs.
Dispatch 2.1, available free in the App Store to existing owners, is one of the most efficient iPhone email clients.
For those unfamiliar with Dispatch, the app makes it ridiculously easy to triage your emails and get rid of ones you don’t need by swiping, respond faster with snippets and much more…
In addition to the ten new email actions listed below, Dispatch integrates with 31 third-party apps to help you process your emails with your favorite software.
For example, Dispatch allows you to archive important mails to Evernote, save links to read later with Pocket, create tasks in OmniFocus and Things, set reminders in the iOS Reminders app or Due and more.
Dispatch 2.1 changelog
- New actions
- Send to Todoist
- Send to Pocket Informant
- Send to Toodledo
- Open In iCabMobile
- Open In Mercury Browser
- Export as PDF
- Message as PDF
- Send to Pinswift
- Send to DashPlus
- All GTD actions supports sending URL
- Other new features
- Bulk Edit
- Change removal option in mail view
- Move to folders from any accounts
- Always BCC Myself option
- Set default account to send email in unified inbox
- Emails in sent folder shows recipient names instead of ‘Me’
- Show quick move as a button in action sheets for removal
- Search mailboxes when moving emails
- Choose reminder list to create reminder in
- Bugs fixed
- Connection problem in iOS 8
- URL scheme to open emails does not open emails that are not in Inbox and Archive.
- If user’s alias is in CC/BCC, replying to the email will also reply to the alias
- Unread status icon not round
- Folder sorting not case insensitive
- Wrong unread count in menu
- Email still visible after archiving in another app
- Unable to cancel/create calendar events in non-Inbox emails
- Search results sorted oldest on top (should not follow the inbox setting)
- Archiving last mail does not show inbox zero
- Due date missing in triaging editor for Reminders
- Spelling error & wrong words in localised text
- Crashes with some japanese text
- Crashes when switching from Unread to All Mail in zero-mail state
- Crashes while trying to archive email while sending
You can learn more about Dispatch at the official website.
Back in May, Dispatch picked up a number of new triage features while improving the experience with the addition of folders and phishing detection, to name a few.
The 14.9MB download requires an iPhone or iPod touch running iOS 7.0 or later. The app lacks the native iPad interface.
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