GitHub APK

Version 1.4.9 -
Last updated: Wed, 05 May 2021 1:05:02 UTC
github,android,productivity:, desktop, login, pages, actions, api, cli, student developer pack, status, gist,

GitHub apk

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Download Version 1.4.9 (352)
Apk Size9.73 MB
App DeveloperGitHub
Malware CheckTRUSTED
Install on Android6.0 and up

Download GitHub 1.4.9 APK

App Description

GitHub is github,android,productivity, content rating is Everyone (PEGI-3). This app is rated 5 by 12 users who are using this app. To know more about the company/developer, visit GitHub website who developed it. apps can be downloaded and installed on Android 6.0 and higher Android devices. The Latest Version of 1.4.9 Available for download. Download the app using your favorite browser and click Install to install the application. Please note that we provide both basic and pure APK files and faster download speeds than APK Mirror. This app APK has been downloaded 10584+ times on store. You can also download APK and run it with the popular Android Emulators.

There’s a lot you can do on GitHub that doesn’t require a complex development environment – like sharing feedback on a design discussion, or reviewing a few lines of code. GitHub for Android lets you move work forward wherever you are. Stay in touch with your team, triage issues, and even merge, right from the app. We’re making these tasks easy for you to perform, no matter where you work, with a beautifully native experience.

You can use GitHub for Android to:

• Browse your latest notifications
• Read, react, and reply to Issues and Pull Requests
• Review and merge Pull Requests
• Organize Issues with labels, assignees, projects, and more
• Browse your files and code

App ChangeLog

  • Introducing auto-merge for PRs!
  • Repositories now clearly indicate if they have been forked.
  • Our new Discussions button in Home makes it easier than ever to get back to all your Discussions.
  • A preview of the latest discussion comment replies is now visible directly on the comment itself.
  • Discussion comments that have been hidden now appear minimized by default.
  • Login on some device models should now work better.

App Screens

GitHub App Screen 1GitHub App Screen 2GitHub App Screen 3GitHub App Screen 4

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File type:Android
Magic:Zip archive data
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Uncompressed Size:9178241
Contained Files	:2950
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requires following permissions on your android device.

view network connections
Allows the app to view information about network connections such as which networks exist and are connected.

Allows access to the list of accounts in the Accounts Service.

full network access
Allows the app to create network sockets and use custom network protocols. The browser and other applications provide means to send data to the internet, so this permission is not required to send data to the internet.

run at startup
Allows the app to have itself started as soon as the system has finished booting. This can make it take longer to start the phone and allow the app to slow down the overall phone by always running.

prevent phone from sleeping
Allows the app to prevent the phone from going to sleep.

receive data from Internet
Allows apps to accept cloud to device messages sent by the app's service. Using this service will incur data usage. Malicious apps could cause excess data usage.


Certificate Issuer:C:US, CN:Android, L:Mountain View, O:Google Inc., ST:California, OU:Android
Certificate Subject:C:US, CN:Android, L:Mountain View, O:Google Inc., ST:California, OU:Android






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  1. Damian Lavalle-avatar

    Damian Lavalle


    The only SMS app for so i can't possibly complain cuz it's better than nothing lol. Seriously though it works pretty well. A little inconsistent at notifications or recieveing messages but I think that's because the cell phone os isn't prioritizing this app as it were as important as google messaging app.

  2. Jacob Heider-avatar

    Jacob Heider


    desktop Pretty good. UI is a little snug. Better GitHub support, on average, than OctoDroid. Use both for solid coverage.

  3. Jeff Morris-avatar

    Jeff Morris


    login pretty good, would be nicer is all features were put in app, but for just a code browser its wonderful.

  4. Mark R-avatar

    Mark R


    pages This is truly a great app to use our github dir. I find the app's UI to be intuitive and easy to adapt to.

  5. Gary J Dixon-avatar

    Gary J Dixon


    actions This Github App Is # 1 High Tech Fix You Accounts Garage Across The Internet ! I've Used 97 % & NONE TOPS THE GIT EN SHOP ! IT'S ONE STOP AT THE FIX SHOP ,HE'LL BRING HIS TOOLBOX OUT IN THE PARKIN LOT ! HE'S THE MAN FROM MARS RATED AT 5 DAMN STARS !! Moving Forward, is that like being inside a platooned formation and marching like I did in the United States Army! Do I receive a Boot reward allowance???

  6. Levi Blaney-avatar

    Levi Blaney


    api The app is pretty nice. Beats using email for replying from mobile. It doesn't support all the features that you get in the browser but that is a tall order on such a small screen. left of a star because there is always room for improvement.

  7. Robert Johnson-avatar

    Robert Johnson


    cli Need the search to be as full featured as desktop. I can only see issues for public repos assigned to me so it's not very useful for issues at least, but that k you so much for finally making an official app.

  8. Caleb Cushing-avatar

    Caleb Cushing


    student developer pack Needs workflows/actions support. Code can be hard to read on the small screen, and there doesn't seem to be a horizontal scroll.

  9. Roblox Jonskam012-avatar

    Roblox Jonskam012


    status 4/5 stars, it's kinda missing features from the desktop version such as the insights tab. and some other minor stuff. overall it's great!

  10. Nolan Blew-avatar

    Nolan Blew


    gist Good app. Wish there was more options from web (like hide whitespace changes) but they are constantly improving it. Great for the occasional CR or when you need to merge a pr

  11. Tracy Wells-avatar

    Tracy Wells


    Very hard to navigate. Every tutorial I find about github sounds simple, but I can never find what they are talking about in the app or even in mobile web browser.

  12. Ben Baldivia-avatar

    Ben Baldivia


    it seems good so far but some parts of the UI seem to be cut off at times on a phone.

  13. Orokin Dealer-avatar

    Orokin Dealer


    Unable to use on Samsung Sj337a. At sign in it says unable to sign in try downloading on browser. I'm on my phone make it work for this device.

  14. hellot1M-avatar



    Cool app to monitor your repositories. But severally lacking in actual moderation. No much of any option to moderate or edit your repositories. This app seems lazy.

  15. Party Pat-avatar

    Party Pat


    1) Lack of code viewer customization (code font family, whitespace displaying. 2) No way to open release page of a repo. I'll stay with Fasthub for now.

  16. Elocore-avatar



    A very nice experience. UI looks good, the app works great and is easy to use

  17. Who else?-avatar

    Who else?


    Missing quite a few features that are available on the website, but nice for anything basic.

  18. Jack Peterson-avatar

    Jack Peterson


    just needs more functionality found on the website. love it though!

  19. Tyler Resch-avatar

    Tyler Resch


    Great way to access github from a mobile. however I wish the navigation would be improved

  20. Hernandez Morris-avatar

    Hernandez Morris


    I really enjoy the app easy understanding and learn a lot.

  21. Risky the protogen-avatar

    Risky the protogen


    Bruv, I cant make an account, I've already tried to and it wont let me, it's an error that needs to be fixed.

  22. James Auble-avatar

    James Auble


    Generally good app. Issues threads don't seem to update in real time which is unfortunate tho

  23. jeff ferrada-avatar

    jeff ferrada


    Awesome people with awesome skills. Truly a pleasant app to use and have. keep up the awesome work

  24. Kay Barkow-avatar

    Kay Barkow


    Having trouble with something called tom dirty unicorn. Buttons gray and black. No updates. No syncing help

  25. nonetrix-avatar



    Web app is more useful doesn't let you do editing and etc would be nice to do small edits to code

  26. Sam Lee-avatar

    Sam Lee


    still learning everyday but an incredible resource!

  27. Jonathan Dreksler-avatar

    Jonathan Dreksler


    love the app very easy to use and cloning

  28. Carson Tolleshaug-avatar

    Carson Tolleshaug


    Does everything the desktop site can do, with a solid mobile UX

  29. SReza S-avatar

    SReza S


    Please add clone/download feature so we could read project offline

  30. Christian Phillips-avatar

    Christian Phillips


    Needs projects support. Otherwise really good

  31. Kellen Hight-avatar

    Kellen Hight


    Good enough for what I need but what really grinds my gears is the white android navbar when using dark mode, it sticks out like a sore thumb. Also, in the app switcher the icon is just a G instead of the actual app icon. Both bugs are present on my Samsung devices.

  32. Sean Brown-avatar

    Sean Brown


    Great app, still exploring the features

  33. Vidhur Kumar-avatar

    Vidhur Kumar


    Extremely useful auxiliary tool. Highly recommend.

  34. Randy Shepherd-avatar

    Randy Shepherd


    I am trying to create a repo, but the plus button just prompts me to choose one. I can find no way to create one.

  35. Khalil Estell-avatar

    Khalil Estell


    I love this app. It does a fantastic job of bring everything about github mobile. I do have 1 gripe though. I want to get inbox notifications as push notifications so I can react as soon as possible. I'd rather have push notifications than blow up my email with this stuff. If this feature was added in, I'd change my vote to 5 out of 5.

  36. Matthew Scholefield-avatar

    Matthew Scholefield


    Interface is way too large and by defauly code wraps around edged which makes it look awful (but this can be configured). It's a beautiful app with much potential made awful by terrible scaling. Use OctoDroid instead. And in case they reply "This app is early stage...", sure, it might be, but it doesn't take years of app development to realize you need to disable line wrap and shrink the UI...

  37. Domonkos Keszei-avatar

    Domonkos Keszei


    Great app for quickly getting caught up on GitHub. Doesn't include an editor, but you shouldn't be writing code on your phone anyways. It does have issue management fully implemented so it's very useful for that.

  38. Peter L.-avatar

    Peter L.


    it's a great app, but I wish you could edit code on it.

  39. BLW BebopKid-avatar

    BLW BebopKid


    All morning, most of the time it says there's an and to try again. I cleared the data on the app, and it worked for looking at one file, once. Now I'm trying to recreate the problem to email you, and it's working great. Go figure. Changed the rating.

  40. Ranvit Reddy-avatar

    Ranvit Reddy


    I can merge PRs and review the status of CICD tests from this app. I love it. really nicely designed. it doesn't integrate well with links though. for example, if I click a GitHub commit link from Slack, my phone asks to open it in GitHub. but this never works properly when I try to set GitHub as the default app to open these links.

  41. John A Qualls-avatar

    John A Qualls


    Nice option to view pull requests and comments on issues. I wish the notifications were a bit better. They don't always work and there doesn't seem to be a lot of configuration for them. Solid app overall!

  42. Christopher Kellum-avatar

    Christopher Kellum


    It seems like github lite rather than weilding the full power of git hub through the app

  43. Engel Nieves-avatar

    Engel Nieves


    It's pretty easy to find the downloads And the right data. l am Complete beginner at so it's Pretty cool to start with😁🤘

  44. kanak siwach-avatar

    kanak siwach


    came in late, but a pretty amazing app. Fully loaded with all the features needed to get my job done on mobile without getting into the website.... Reviewing code is still a pain but nevertheless still a great app.

  45. Naved Islam-avatar

    Naved Islam


    Looks nice and has some core features. Would like pages to be cached for faster loading after first visit, and also support for project boards.

  46. Taylor LaMar-avatar

    Taylor LaMar


    Great app. To make it useful for me, it really needs to have a feature set for managing GitHub Projects. There's no obvious way to do this in the app if it exists currently.

  47. Brian Salehi-avatar

    Brian Salehi


    Does what bare git can't do which is managing pull requests and issues. Using this app alongside Git saves much time. Notifications too, keep you update to events. The view of the app is great too.

  48. Eli Olmos-avatar

    Eli Olmos


    I love being able to just sit here and have every and any app be open source

  49. Nathan Snyder-avatar

    Nathan Snyder


    Good app. Missing some functionality from the site, but gets the job done for the most part.

  50. Matt Rinker-avatar

    Matt Rinker


    It's great! A simple and easy way to access GitHub via mobile. The only thing I wish it had was a way to download files.

  51. Robert p Tullai Sr-avatar

    Robert p Tullai Sr


    I'm a newcomer to the Android software updates and upgrades but I know Samsung phones can be upgraded my j7 can be upgraded to a Windows 10 OS

  52. Sterling Baird-avatar

    Sterling Baird


    viewing projects might be nice, but otherwise great way to follow up on issues and nice interface.

  53. George Jenkins-avatar

    George Jenkins


    I think it's a great organization that has helped with a lot of insight into the realm of coding, which is everything to do about computers

  54. Alex-avatar



    Still has a little ways to improve ( and I still use Firefox for some things ), but overall an amazing app!

  55. Michael Dierkes-avatar

    Michael Dierkes


    A great ap for quickly viewing your assigned issues and pull requests. I've been using the app since it was in Beta.

  56. Atom Mac-avatar

    Atom Mac


    Tapping the Sign In button yields "Can't Sign In - We recommend installing a browser like Chrome or Firefox". I have both installed.

  57. Aaron Batilo-avatar

    Aaron Batilo


    Convenient way to review light PRs. The experience of navigating and viewing code as a while could still improve.

  58. Alexei Tryshev-avatar

    Alexei Tryshev


    Honestly couldn't ask for more. If something is needed, I just yoink from here.

  59. Alfonzo Coffey-avatar

    Alfonzo Coffey


    Git Hub is the place to be when it comes to professional development of any kind of App or software you can think of! deffently a favorite on my list.

  60. Richard Martin-avatar

    Richard Martin


    I would give 0 star, this App is the worst piece of garbage I ever used. it's not intuitive, the search is totally inaccurate. it just sucks hard to find anything. please devs, remove it from the market place.

  61. Erick Tonroy-avatar

    Erick Tonroy


    Great and clean interface but lacks options and ability to have commit/pull rq and other notifs other than just mentions

  62. Aqil Contractor-avatar

    Aqil Contractor


    love the graphics! it almost feels smoother than scrolling through the actual site sometimes

  63. Humam Rashid-avatar

    Humam Rashid


    Overall good but code is difficult to see on small screens without zooming feature.

  64. Jeff M-avatar

    Jeff M


    Everything went well until I couldn't zoom out of the oversized text in the code browser.

  65. Timothy Aldrich-avatar

    Timothy Aldrich


    really nice interface with fast access to the features I need on mobile

  66. Tobias Macey-avatar

    Tobias Macey


    Great way to manage code collaboration when you're away from a computer.

  67. Jeremy Witherspoon-avatar

    Jeremy Witherspoon


    Amazing resource and valuable information!

  68. Zachary Montgomery-avatar

    Zachary Montgomery


    Brilliantly easy to discuss issues or PRs on the go. Highly recommend.

  69. Goku Black-avatar

    Goku Black


    By far the best resource ive found for app/program development especially since almost everything on GitHub is OPENSOURCED and free!

  70. Connor Poole-avatar

    Connor Poole


    great for core functionality. but I have to jump back to the web for too many features

  71. Smit Joshi-avatar

    Smit Joshi


    I don't like the way the code looks when viewing it. Other than that, great app.

  72. sterling-avatar



    👍 This app has great update descriptions so you always know what's new

  73. Matthew Jones-avatar

    Matthew Jones


    It does exactly what it should. Looks great. The only thing that sucks is reviewing PR's on mobile. But that's really not their fault.

  74. Harry Cliff-avatar

    Harry Cliff


    Having the ability to make changes to my repositories from my phone is great.

  75. Eric Canton-avatar

    Eric Canton


    Good, clean UI. I enjoy how this app gives me access to Github without nonsense.

  76. Chris Barr-avatar

    Chris Barr


    Iv learned a lot and I'm looking forward to building new things$

  77. Trey Rocwilder-avatar

    Trey Rocwilder


    it is a very useful tool for online publications and building databases for teams.

  78. jordan-avatar



    Cannot sign in, it says I need a code so I check my email, then go back to github and it says sign in again, so then I have to click send code. So then I check email and then go back and it says sign in again, then send code. Broken

  79. Anish Panthi-avatar

    Anish Panthi


    Functionality is confusing. Got confuse on where to click to merge the code.

  80. Anthony Craft-avatar

    Anthony Craft


    Biggest help.for my dual os with my phone and laptop . especially the one that uses Linux os software

  81. Seth Clemans-avatar

    Seth Clemans


    Great job GitHub! Very handy app all though you can do more with the desktop version.

  82. Daniel Pendolino-avatar

    Daniel Pendolino


    I couldn't sign in and it recommended I use a browser like chrome or Firefox..

  83. Derek Fernandez-avatar

    Derek Fernandez


    Gave Oauth permission to connect GitHub Android to Githib as soon as I logged into my account now i can't access my account

  84. sid-avatar



    Gets the job done and has a lot more functionality than you would expect

  85. Apoorva Lal-avatar

    Apoorva Lal


    not sure why code is hidden by default, but besides that, really useful and streamlined app

  86. J De-avatar

    J De


    Straight to the point, and smooth performance.

  87. Potato Hater-avatar

    Potato Hater


    Flows perfectly and simple to use

  88. Raymond Cool-avatar

    Raymond Cool


    I don't see an option in the app (maybe I'm missing it) for feedback and bug reports for the application. I have a feedback item I would like to share. I love the application in general though, so I am not taking points off. I just want to help. ☺ (Update - as stated by the developer in reply to my issue the feedback option IS present. And I did submit my issue via email. Kudos devs. Thanks!)

  89. James Aman-avatar

    James Aman


    nice intuitive design

  90. Renzo Torr-avatar

    Renzo Torr


    can't find the feed I can see on the webpage!

  91. Caleb Harvey-avatar

    Caleb Harvey


    Minus one star because you cant edit code on mobile, great for viewing though

  92. Justin Casso-avatar

    Justin Casso


    Add an option for compact text views.

  93. Kevin Caravaggio-avatar

    Kevin Caravaggio


    Surprisingly full of features that save time when using GH

  94. Ryuuzu竜渦-avatar



    Doesn't have all the options that I can access via chrome on mobile

  95. Crazy nugget Kid-avatar

    Crazy nugget Kid


    There is no sign up option for me, only a sign in

  96. Devesh Parekh-avatar

    Devesh Parekh


    Supports most GitHub features I use. Still missing Actions.

  97. Neb Setabed-avatar

    Neb Setabed


    When I first opened the app. The only option was to sign in. There is no option for creating an account. I guess you guys don't want new users.

  98. XakedowX-avatar



    It is really good. Just like the website. Copy of it

  99. Bradley Brooks-avatar

    Bradley Brooks


    Thank my project associates for all the resources to get the ball rolling.

  100. Devon Hedgepeth-avatar

    Devon Hedgepeth


    My github repositories in an app. Great! !!

  101. Joanna Monique-avatar

    Joanna Monique


    Great also developed this one FYI SIDEHUSTLE (SOFTWARE ENGINEER) BIG C

  102. Vala Zadeh-avatar

    Vala Zadeh


    Selected text is not highlighted.

  103. Michael Lowry-avatar

    Michael Lowry


    still new and learning but the hub is where its at

  104. Ben Korpella-avatar

    Ben Korpella


    Does what it says on the box. Exactly what I need.

  105. Kasper M not Not sure-avatar

    Kasper M not Not sure


    No time to get in and get the work in so soon but I like the setup and options,it have a lot. The layout is nice too easy on the eyes

  106. Clarise Scott-avatar

    Clarise Scott


    It sucks trying to sign in just make a comment all I am trying to do is talking/texting to monsoonjr99 about adding new icons/storms AND NO I WILL NOT SIGN IN JUST TO MAKE A COMMENT now if you please can you contact monsoonjr99 about controlling the storms,name changing whenever a storm cross the Atlantic/Pacific,adding anti cyclones (high pressure system) winter storm/blizzards names European storm names,and adding new types of cyclones,don't forget the cold front and warm front to low pressure

  107. brian-avatar



    this is great platform for developers

  108. Angel Colon-avatar

    Angel Colon


    Awesome app if your a softwaredeveloper !!

  109. H. Scout-avatar

    H. Scout


    Works exactly as intended. Would love it I could fork repositories with less effort, but I probably should look at the documentation before I complain eh? Great App. Always stick to the original dev team if possible.

  110. Minh Doan-avatar

    Minh Doan


    great to be able to do review on phone

  111. Mauro Fanelli-avatar

    Mauro Fanelli


    words not applicable!

  112. Advient Allevius-avatar

    Advient Allevius


    Can't even sign in. Says I need a web browser. Um, I have at least three. No other app has problems doing basic Internet things like this.

  113. Isabella Menis-avatar

    Isabella Menis


    I don't get how it works for an example: how do you get an account?

  114. Mike Loux-avatar

    Mike Loux


    Pretty good for a first stab. Feature rich, but the UI isn't always very intuitive, and there are some gaping holes. For example, you can review and merge pull requests, but there doesn't seem to be an obvious way to approve a pull request. I'm one of many reviewers on a specific PR, it's not up to me to merge the request, but I at least want to sign off on it. Also, the slide up panel at the bottom is kind of odd, giving us two independent scrolling regions, which is kind of weird. Other than that, it's definitely useful. Once some of those gaps get filled in, I'll be happy to come back and add that fifth star.

  115. Ethan Ellis-avatar

    Ethan Ellis


    I love git and GitHub. The app makes it easier to track issues, manage pull requests and more from the go!

  116. Kevin Lee-avatar

    Kevin Lee


    love the app. it's a great way to see my notifications and view diffs when I'm not at my desk.

  117. Joe Pea-avatar

    Joe Pea


    I am giving 1 star because the app deletes my work. Going to the home screen and clicking the app icon takes me back to the issue list instead of the issue I was viewing, and obliterates any comment I was working on. Data loss issues are the absolute worse. Hitting the app icon should never change the user's view (let alone delete their work), it should only take them back to where they were. The UX is very alien compared to the excellent web apps. Why not improve the web app instead?

  118. Ibrahim Eltahir-avatar

    Ibrahim Eltahir


    very helpful application for all programers

  119. Praveen Potturu-avatar

    Praveen Potturu


    There is no way to provide feedback from within the app. So I am using the review to do that. Biggest complaint I have here is about the speaker icon for subscribing and unsubscribing to an issue. I tapped on it many times thinking it will read out the comments loud even after knowing it is for subscribing/unsubscribing. The icon must be changed to something else.

  120. Nick Ashley-avatar

    Nick Ashley


    I love the service, but I've found numerous issues with the pull request review portion of the app: - Inability to start a suggestion by pressing a button - Inability to comment on multiple lines (or multi-line suggestions) - Inability to select/copy code - Edits to pending comments not being reflected when you go to edit them again - Inability to open more context for a changed file As it stands, I see no reason to use this over the website; an app would be convenient, but this lacks features.

  121. Kevin Thomas-avatar

    Kevin Thomas


    The app makes it much easier to see notifications, repositories, code and a lot more on mobile. Currently, as the app was just released, it still lacks a lot of essential features. The UI is clean, minimalistic and easy to use. I would most definitely recommend GitHub mobile over third party GitHub clients on mobile. Some great features that should be added - - The Project Boards and Lists (Kanban) - Access organisation, project and repository settings and other utility. Thanks GitHub 👍

  122. Luna Lockhart-avatar

    Luna Lockhart


    it's nice that I can look through my code, but I use github to keep my scripts for editing on multiple devices, and this has no way to push OR pull from the repository from this app. It's kinda useless in that regard. If it had a way to pull files and push files, it would be a good app, but without those features, it's completely without purpose.

  123. Alex Xiong-avatar

    Alex Xiong


    The overall experience is great, clean and fast. But I hope trending should be available soon, on mobile, most ppl are not expecting to do any heavylifting work, so instead of working on features like rendering git diff PR on phone or showing git branch graph etc, imho, should focus on the "social" aspect of the mobile user -- discovering new repo, reading issue and comment etc

  124. Randall A. Gordon-avatar

    Randall A. Gordon


    Feels too far afield of the web app's design language, thus providing disparate experiences. I don't want two distinct ways of doing/reading the same thing. If the web converges on this as a new design language—I'm in. Beyond that, though, I'd just prefer a PWA instead of native.

  125. Aditya Kishore-avatar

    Aditya Kishore


    Pretty decent, and slick with GitHub feel. However, PRs are cumbersome, and not being able to view different branches is annoying. I know this is the first version, so I'm giving it 4 stars on the hope that the app improves.

  126. Rich Kadel-avatar

    Rich Kadel


    I found that the things I can do with this mobile app are very limited, but some things are just far too easy. On a pool request I swiped up on the bottom panel to see additional detail on continuous integration stages, and there's a close button at the bottom of the pane. I assumed I should click that button to close the pain but it closed my pull request, to my surprise.

  127. Frank Dana-avatar

    Frank Dana


    With the quoted reply bug fixed, the app isn't half bad. There are still some quirks (edits to Issue/PR metadata not applying unless you remember to hit "Save"; the terrible global "Search" UI; issue/PR labels feeling like an afterthought instead of a critical feature, in the app interface; etc.) but it's improving.

  128. Tony Su-avatar

    Tony Su


    This app only has a couple management functions, absolutely zero client functions. Eg cannot create, clone repos, push, pull, commit.

  129. Zac Guiza McKay-avatar

    Zac Guiza McKay



  130. Justin Syme-avatar

    Justin Syme



  131. Alex Brandt-avatar

    Alex Brandt


    This lets me interact with all the hits of GitHub in a convenient form factor but for some reason I don't get notifications about things I'm subscribed to and would like to interact with more via this medium. I'm not sure if it's something in the app or my notification settings though.

  132. James DuBois-avatar

    James DuBois


    I was lying down for bed when I realized I wanted to make one of my repo private. Rather than going to my laptop I remembered GitHub has a new app, perfect. To my disbelief this app couldn't do the one thing I needed it to do. Navigation feels off compared to web/mobile view. Where are the repo settings!?

  133. John Greenwood-avatar

    John Greenwood


    Official GitHub app? Instant download. Works well but I think it would be better if it had gist support, ability to view the results of actions, and pinch to zoom on code. Also the scrollview when viewing code only takes up the width of code you are viewing, so if the code isn't as wide as your screen you get a weird scrollbar somewhere in the middle of the screen.

  134. Kevin Nasto-avatar

    Kevin Nasto


    Unable to sign in again.. The original issue was fixed as seen in the reply below.. but new login issue now. "There have been several failed attempts" Seriously github after 3 failed password attempts you are going to lock me out? I have 2 factor installed.. how is someone going to break in? I cant fix my production issue b/c I cant login.. Imagine if Gmail locked people out after 3 attempts. Google would never do this

  135. Leon Yuan-avatar

    Leon Yuan


    I like the app a lot. Feels really smooth. One complaint I have right now is that markdown sections that are TOC are now broken. It makes it hard to navigate through documentation.

  136. Thomas Shaver-avatar

    Thomas Shaver


    It looks and feels as if someone who's learning responsive web design made it, but never bothered to create different widths for the media queries. The website is 90% more useful on a mobile than this app is. Nice that you're trying again after it's recent resurrection, but maybe go for a real mobile design like FastHub has.

  137. Lex Neva-avatar

    Lex Neva


    FINALLY, a good GitHub app. I can read code, even long files, without my phone grinding to a halt. It's super smooth! I can also see statuses on pull requests and even approve or request changes! Love it!!

  138. Kur Kangang-avatar

    Kur Kangang


    Missing features that alternatives like FastHub already have. Having all of the features from the website would make this worth 7/5 stars

  139. Christian Echevarria-Reina-avatar

    Christian Echevarria-Reina


    Cute but not very useful. There's no way to see project boards to check tasks. There's no code-copy button. And there's no text editor available to edit code. All of these features exist on the website, so why can't we have them in the app?

  140. John-avatar



    I have not been a fan of Github's UI in the past, in any format. But this app is a screaming departure from all that ickiness. Eminantly clean and intuitive. I have never gotten so comfortable, so fast with a big piece of software like this. Kudos GitHub, this app is a real treat.

  141. Mackenly Jones-avatar

    Mackenly Jones


    Great for using github on the go!

  142. Krishna Chittur-avatar

    Krishna Chittur


    UI is clean and very responsive, much faster than the web interface. It was originally missing some key features but now it has enough functionality to be more than usable enough in my book.

  143. Tim Zheng-avatar

    Tim Zheng


    It's not even as good as their web frontend on mobile browser, not to mention some other third party clients. I would expect there are more interaction with issues and pull requests. Average "Microsoft user experience".

  144. Patrick Beagan-avatar

    Patrick Beagan


    It's ok but not that good for browsing code. Most GitHub apps use a viewpager instead of a list of links, and there is some delay when moving between files. Starred projects are kind of hidden.

  145. Robert Frederick-avatar

    Robert Frederick


    they have been around long enough. every body that is into androids should be into GITHUB

  146. Jon Schewe-avatar

    Jon Schewe


    Missing milestone view It would be really nice to be able to easily see all issues for a milestone. Even better would be to show the issues in the order that they show up on the web when the project leader manually sorts the issues.

  147. 卢望-avatar



    I think the APP is very nice. It's easy to create an issue or edit an issue. What's more, you can create a blog with using vue, github api, github issue. The blog is beautiful and convenient.

  148. Daniel Grinshpon-avatar

    Daniel Grinshpon


    As if the time if writing this, the app is missing many of the features that the website has, and the UI is a bit clunky, so you're better off using the website.

  149. Bhajneet Kohli-avatar

    Bhajneet Kohli


    Can't even sign in with Firefox Preview. Error: Unknown Protocol The address specifies a protocol (e.g., "wxyz://") the browser does not recognize, so the browser cannot properly connect to the site.

  150. AlekEagle-avatar



    Very useful on the go to quickly review changes and to create issues.