When you're replying to a message, Dispatch will check the sender name and automatically start the message with Hi Name,. You can choose to turn it off completely or configure to take place only in certain situations.
Dispatch has support for 22 third-party apps, including: 1Password, Asana, Calendar, Evernote, FaceTime, Instapaper, Maps, Readability, Reminder, Things, Twitter among many others. Dispatch will scan your e-mail for dates and times, phone numbers and e-mail addresses, real-world locations/address...
Microsoft Outlook comes with quick swipe features where users can quickly swipe the thread either from left (to schedule) or right (to delete or archive). Additionally, users can also customize the swipe actions to, for example, set swipe from left to archive or swipe from right to delete.
The app stores user information and credentials on outside servers which is a violation of ActiveSync password requirement policies. These security concerns have been enough of an issue that European Parliament has banned its members from using the app out of fear that it might lead to leaking sen...
The app does not require a confirmation to show images as Google now hosts the images on their own servers making it safe. You can still disable the automatic displaying of images in the settings if you wish.
Gmail brings much of the functionality and power of Google's search engine to the app's search. You can use operators such as label:, is:, OR, has: among others, define date ranges, limit search to specific groups and so on. And, you can do it all amazingly fast. The search will also try to
CloudMagic has 'cards', that allow quick interactions with other services, like Evernote, MailChimp, Salesforce, Trello, etc. And unlike similar integration, these interactions happen within the app itself.
A feature called "sync" allows downloading emails locally on a per-folder basis. That will allow accessing them while offline, keep them always up to date, provide faster search, show unread email count and show push notifications as soon as new messages in those folders pop up.
Sends statistical data to several services known for bad privacy policies (Google, Facebook), also there's no way to opt out. Automatically creates an acount with the first address entered and subscribes you to their newsletter. Stores credentials for your email accounts on their se...
Triage shows messages one at a time. You can swipe these messages up to archive and down to keep. It's designed this way to allow you to focus on one message at a time and not get overwhelmed with a plethora of messages at once.
SquareOne allows setting up "zones" that will automatically pull incoming messages from set contacts. This allows you to focus on one group at a time. For example, a work group during work time and a friends and family group once you're home.