Dispatch Adds Unified Inbox, Dropbox Integration And More

Dispatch Adds Unified Inbox, Dropbox Integration And More
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iOS: Dispatch is one of our favourite swiss-army email apps that manages to do a lot of different things. Now, it does even more with a unified inbox, Dropbox integration, new app connections and more.

Dispatch is one of the most powerful iOS mail apps out there because it can communicate with almost every other app. You can easily add contacts, send text to Evernote, or integrate a Simplenote document. Now, Dispatch also has a unified inbox, which makes it considerably easier to use. Likewise, it also now integrates with Dropbox and Droplr. So, if you want to share a file, simply tap the share button and then Dispatch opens up Dropbox where you can pick a file, then returns your back to the app.

You get a lot of other new actions as well, including immediate sharing of links to Facebook or Twitter, Evernote sorting and Twitter following.

Dispatch ($5.49) [iTunes App Store]