GitHub’s New Mobile App Is Now Available On iOS And Android


World’s biggest code sharing platform – GitHub has released its new mobile app today on Android as well as on iOS to download for free. The app for the popular code repository service is primarily designed to help developers manage projects while they are nit active on their PC to let them organize tasks, give feedback on issues, respond to comments, and review and merge pull requests.

The new GitHub app offers a variety of features for developers to simplify their work on the platform. GitHub notifications show up in an inbox that looks like many email inboxes, and you can swipe tasks to either save or mark them as complete. 

GitHub App Interface

In addition to that, you can also react to comments with emojis which is a great way to give feedback to the users. The app also lets you view code, as shown in the below screenshot from the app’s App Store page, but you can’t actually edit any code within the app. 

This GitHub app was first launched in beta for iOS on November and later on Android in January. And now, the final build of GitHub is available to download for free on Play Store and App Store. So, you can download it for free depending on the platform you have. 

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