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Briefly: Updates for iOS apps Dispatch: Action-Based Email, Clear+

updated 02:30 pm EDT, Mon October 28, 2013

E-mail productivity app Dispatch adds social network sharing, unified inbox

Clean Shaven Apps has released an update for its email client, Dispatch: Action-Based Email. Intended to speed up the process of sorting and responding to email, Dispatch can interact with 26 apps (such as Evernote, web browsers, OmniFocus and more), simplifying workflow. Version 1.3 provides a unified inbox, and new actions such as the integration of Twitter and Facebook sharing, and copying a message and a gmail link to e-mails. Bug fixes are also included in the update, with scrolling issues, inbox glitches and other issues having been corrected. Dispatch: Action-Based Email requires iOS 7, and is available for purchase (priced at $5) on iTunes.

Clear+ update adds support for Background Refresh

Realmac Software have announced its release of its latest version of Clear+, now available for iPhone and iPad. Clear+ is a list making app, intended to improve time management and organization by offering a simple user interface to create shopping lists, personal 'to-dos,' a 'bucket list', and so forth. In the latest update of Clear+, support for Background Refreshing has been added, so lists are readily accessible and can be kept up to date. Clear+ is available on iTunes and is priced at $5.




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