Dispatch

Dispatch, a third-party email client for the iPhone and iPad by Clean Shaven Apps, has received an update Wednesday morning adding support for Touch ID authentication and the new Drafts 4 app, in addition to 1Password integration in the in-app browser, new actions allowing you to send content to WhatsApp and more.

The action-based application permits you to triage your emails and get rid of unwanted ones by swiping, respond faster with snippets and process your mails with other apps.

Dispatch is a $4.99 download.

Once enabled in settings, Touch ID protects your emails from prying eyes by requiring you to authenticate with your fingerprint.

And if you follow links in emails using an in-app browser, you can now use 1Password data stored on your device to log into websites.

Lastly, a pair of new actions let you send your emails to 2Do and WhatsApp apps. And if you’re using the new Drafts 4, Dispatch supports that app as well.

Dispatch 2.3 changelog

  • Touch ID support
  • New Action: Send to 2Do app
  • New Action: Send to WhatsApp
  • Added support for the new Drafts 4
  • In-app browser with 1Password support
  • Fixed: Attachments not accessible in iPhone 6 Plus

Dispatch has full support for iOS 8 and the new 4.7-inch iPhone 6 and 5.5-inch iPhone 6 Plus screen sizes so you’ll see more content on these devices and scroll less. Back in August, Dispatch brought out ten new email actions, the ability to export your emails as PDF and more.

And earlier this year, the team added folders, phishing detection and other new triage features.

The 30.1-megabyte universal app runs on an iPhone, iPod touch or iPad with iOS 7.0 or later.

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  • blist

    overpriced…

  • The stock mail app on iOS is the best one in my opinion.

  • ShavontiLewis

    I installed dispatch cause of its evernote integration, while I love that particular feature its push notifications need work. I need to be able to get my emails as they come