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I was extremely excited to see that Github released their own app and it’s been mostly pleasant using it so far. However, I have had quite a few issues with timeouts and “failed requests” during normal use. Sometimes these “failed requests” inspire me to try again and upon trying again and returning back to desktop, I see that they didn’t actually fail. I’m also generally unable to find pull requests as the ones shown are typically dated and don’t appear to be sorted in relevant orders.
Most of what I wanted, but was missing, has been added! Ability to view commits and change branches were my most required items and they are now here! Thank you so much! The only thing I personally would love to see in this app is the ability to edit files / commit. At that point, I could delete all my other GitHub client apps and never need anything else again. I’m going to go ahead and 5 star this for all the excellent work! Thank you!
The bug was promptly fixed. Thanks for tracking these reviews likes hawk, y’all are doing great with the app and it runs way faster than the webapp! Updated from 2 to 5 stars. Old review: When I start to type using the on-screen keyboard in a comment, if I type quickly, the panel dismisses and I have to reopen it to type. This is the most aggravating bug in the history of bugs. I will happily change my rating once this is fixed.
Excellent app for what it has so far! However, the biggest missing feature is support for having multiple accounts signed in at the same time, and being to get notifications from each of them and swapping between them on the fly. It would also be awesome if it supported multiple windows in iPadOS. Being able to reference other parts of a repo in a separate window or split whole reviewing a PR without needing to fallback to Safari would be so nice!
Not bad at all for a v1 but unfortunately I can’t use the merge feature until I have the ability to edit the commit message during squash and merge. It’s actually kind of dangerous because you think it will work like the web app, giving you edit ability after pressing the button and then merging on another press of confirm. However the iOS app just straight up squashes and merges, leaving your with a dirty commit message on master. I would rank higher if they just didn’t support squash and merge yet but since they chose to ship a broken feature that causes harm I can only give two.
Developed by GitHub.
GitHub is ranking in Developer Tools & Productivity
Last update was at Sep 07, 2021and the current version is 1.30.0.
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GitHub have a 8 130a user reviews.