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yellow-dog
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Github mobile: *is released*
Github mobile: *sucks ass*

What did i expect from microsoft?

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  • 5
    I don’t know. What did you expect?
  • 3
    I just tried it and it seems to have what I expect.
    What do you expect?
  • 0
    They made the app in 2 days?
  • 4
    Seems fine to me.

    Unless you're expecting to change code on a mobile phone - which is a useless feature in its self, it's been good for issues and pull requests, although my only problem with it is not being able to create PR's or forks, that kinda sucks.
  • 5
    Sucks ass I way of an overstatement. It's not bad at all imo. Also, for going from barely usable to pretty much having all features, I'd say there's not much to complain about.
  • 2
    Reeeeeee
  • 1
    @jespersh @C0D4 @ScriptCoded yall never use fasthub? Or any other third party client? The ux is awful on this one.
  • 2
    @yellow-dog Android only, so no.

    I did use GitHawk (ios) but it became buggy and development stopped.

    GitLabControl would be the level I would expect from GitHub though, being able to manage everything, but yea its ok...

    Given my options, it's not entirely bad.
  • 0
    I like it.

    But the only thing I use it for is browsing PR discussion.

    (Re)viewing code on phone screens is possible, but sucks regardless of which app you use. Some things just work better on a large screen.

    I might get a random cheap Android tablet now for PR reviews though, to give me something to do when travelling. On a tablet, reading code might just work fine.

    When the borders open up again and trains start riding again, that is.
  • 1
    Didn't try yet, but let's compare to github apps befor ms acquisition, bitbucket, gitlab ecc...

    Ah right its ms, so you have to blame them because is cool
  • 0
    I tried it, I keep getting logged out. Maybe I'm too stupid to use it.
  • 0
    @rutee07 just tried it, no isseus for me
  • 0
    Been using FastHub for years and I even paid for the pro version. Very well made.
  • 0
    Not sure I'll move from OpenHub then
  • 1
    I've had the app for 24days and I can say I haven't used it more than once.
    I have simply chosen a path of "if I'm not at a computer then I'm not working".
    Brain needs rest too.
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