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| September 19, 2013
Gesture-Based Email Apps Triage And Dispatch Now Optimized For iOS 7
The "email first aid" app Triage and the "action-based email" app Dispatch have both been updated on the occasion of the official launch of iOS 7. Of course, both gesture-based email apps have been updated to look and feel right at home on the latest version of Apple's mobile operating system. But both have also been updated with additional enhancements. In the case of Triage, its new version includes the obligatory bug fixes and some performance improvements for large conversations. As for Dispatch, its latest update is decidedly bigger in that it also adds support for a variety of new features. These new features include background fetching of new messages, with support for notifications and badges. Also included is advanced search using specific parameters for sender, recipient, subject, and more. [caption id="attachment_465092" align="aligncenter" width="320"] Triage[/caption] The latest update to Dispatch also adds the ability to attach inline image from the photo library, the ability to send mail from another email address via alias support, and the ability to move or label messages. Furthermore, the newly updated Dispatch includes support for custom salutations, a new x-dispatch:// URL scheme, and an iOS 7-compatible TextExpander SDK. Optimized for iPhone and iPod touch running iOS 7, the new versions of Triage and Dispatch are available now in the App Store. Triage costs $1.99, while Dispatch costs $4.99. A few hours ago, the popular email app Mailbox was also updated with an iOS 7-inspired design. [gallery link="file" order="DESC"]