Dispatch, a feature-packed email app and my daily driver, now supports hardware keyboard shortcuts, making it really easy to bring third-party apps into your email workflow.

Like Alfred and Spotlight, you can quickly send the message you’re viewing to a task manager or an app like Evernote for archiving. It also has built-in support for TextExpander, so you don’t need to switch to its software keyboard to use your text snippets.

Obviously, it would be great if iOS had system-wide support for features like this from an app like Alfred. But things as they are, it’s nice to see apps taking matters into their own hands.

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