Dispatch’s main focus is to help you “tame your inbox by letting you delete, defer, delegate, generate actions and even respond to your mails with ease.” It does this with a slew of clever features that allow you to triage, reply to, and act on your emails faster and easier.
By far and away, the biggest update to the new Dispatch is that the app is now universal, meaning the same design and power of the iPhone app is now on the iPad.
In his brief review of the new Dispatch, Federico Viticci writes:
[T]he best part about Dispatch launching on iPad is that no other email client offers the same integrations and power-user options. Dispatch is still the email client to have if you want to make messages actionable and leverage other apps you may already use — such as OmniFocus, 2Do, Todoist, Fantastical, and dozens of others — to make email part of your existing iOS workflow. Dispatch is a versatile email client that understands the convenience of app integrations and shortcuts, and that fully embraces extensibility to make triaging email faster and more efficient.
Additionally, the app’s functionality has received some nice iterative updates with the addition of senders’ profile images (adding a personal touch to your inbox), support for 2Do, a new auto-suggest for snippets you may use, and the ability to edit the order of your actions.
If you’re looking for a powerful email app for your iPhone and/or iPad, we still heartily recommend Dispatch. Just $7 on the App Store.