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GitHub New Mobile App is Available for Download on Android and iOS Devices


Microsoft recently purchased the code hosting services called GitHub. Starting today, the company released the new mobile app which is available for free download on Android and iOS devices.

GitHub New Mobile App is Available for Download on Android and iOS Devices

GitHub App for Android and iOS

GitHub app developed to help developer who wants to manage a project while they’re away from their computer. Using the app they can organize task, respond to comments, give feedback on bugs & issues, and even more

All the GitHub notification will appear in an inbox looks similar to many email services inbox. You can check the tasks, from there you can either save or mark them as complete

github app for ios

In case, you love to interact with people, then you can use emojis to react to comments. Using the app users can view code of the page, but can’t edit it. Maybe the company adds this functionality to the app in the future.

Download GitHub App

Interested users can download the GitHub app for Android and iOS from Google Play Store and Apple App Store. Or use the direct links:

Will you download the GitHub on your phone? Do you find an application for GitHub useful also on smartphones and tablets? Let us know your opinion in the comment.

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