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  • Physically push and pull everywhere - github now on mobile


    Available on both android or iOS




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    At Universe, we announced GitHub for mobile as a fully-native GitHub experience on iOS and Android. Now, you can stay in touch with your team, triage issues, and even merge code, right from your mobile device, anywhere.




    Your response to the beta has been incredible—beta testers have commented on, reviewed, and merged nearly one hundred thousand pull requests in the last few weeks alone. And there’s been tens of thousands of team interactions since we first released the beta for download. Today, both the iOS and Android versions of GitHub for mobile are out of beta and generally available. Get the app from the Google Play or App Store.



    Triage and more, anywhere


    With GitHub mobile, you can:
    • Organize tasks in a swipe: Get your inbox to zero in no time—swipe to finish a task or save the notification to return to it later.
    • Give feedback and respond to issues: Respond to comments while you’re on the go.
    • Review and merge pull requests: Merge and mark pull requests to breeze through your workflow, wherever you are.








    With GitHub for mobile, you get a more seamless notification experience, whether you’re at your desk or on the go—now featuring our newest updates to notifications.



    Get the app


    GitHub for mobile is available today from Google Play or the App Store for individual plans, Team, and Enterprise Cloud. We’re working hard to add features and APIs so we can support Enterprise Server later this year.




    There’s a lot more to come, so don’t forget to check back as we continue to make GitHub for mobile even better.






    Source: https://github.blog/2020-03-17-githu...now-available/




    Thoughts: Convenient, but there's not a lot of good IDEs with git integration on the phone, so I would imagine only busy employed coders would make use of this.




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