Dispatch, a competitor of sorts to Dropbox-owned Mailbox, has updated its “action-based” email app for iPhone with a series of new features, including support for 9 new languages, Evernote Reminders and TextExpander, the text shortcut service for Mac.
Dispatch uses a slick-swipe based navigation, but support for other apps is what makes it a great way to manage email on the go.
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Prior to today’s update, it supported 16 other services — including Chrome, Google Maps, Asana, Drafts and Pocket — and now users can open links in Dolphin Browser and issue detailed responses quickly using TextExpander snippets.
Text snippets have always been a big part of Dispatch. The app lets users create a set of boilerplate responses — perhaps for customer queries, user requests or issues — but support for TextExpander lets those who use it on their Mac to do so on the move via Dispatch.
Dispatch already links to Evernote, but this update lets users save reminders to the service too. In addition, the app is now available in German, Japanese, Dutch, French, Spanish, Portuguese, Italian, Simplified Chinese and Traditional Chinese.
You can grab Dispatch for $2.99 this week, that’s a good saving on the regular price of $4.99.
➤ Dispatch for iOS [$2.99*]
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