GitHub for Android is a version control tool for software development teams to stay connected and work in sync no matter where their team members are. The app allows users to perform actions that do not require a complex development environment, such as browsing through notifications, checking and responding to issues and pull requests, reviewing and merging pull requests, as well as neatly organizing their issues with labels, assignees, and projects.
As someone who uses GitHub daily, we wondered if its mobile solution is as good as its web counterpart. Here are some GitHub for Android bugs we spotted while testing.
- January 27, 2021