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User Reviews for GitHub


The Mobile App is less straightforward than the Desktop Web Platform - which is not quite as straightforward as it presents itself to be. From the outside vantage point, it would seem as if ‘Development’ is a nearly ubiquitous new inter-national past time. Thus, though Github has the conceptual mass appeal of a less censorial Instagram or Facebook— it can prove off-puttingly daunting to the uninitiated. One must have not only a vision, and a mania about that vision, but one must have been host to that manic vision long enough that they learn to think of it in new maths and new languages- and write dissertations about it.

"Gregor", Jun 02, 2022
Nice app, easy to use

I love being able to keep up with all my issues through my phone. The user interface is clean and it’s easy to search for repositories. However, there is a feature I would like implemented. I would like the ability to view releases in the app. It’s annoying when I go to a notification for a release and tap on it, only for it to send me to the website. And, if I click a link to the releases of a repository in my web browser, it opens the repository in the app but doesn’t show me the releases. Overall, great app, and if that one feature was added, I would be glad to give this review five stars.

Adora16, Aug 31, 2020
Love It! Except….

The app is so glitchy. There are, of course, certain things that you can’t do or access on the app, but that’s to be expected, it’s not supposed to act as a literal fully functional desktop app (that being said, being able to see insights would be a very useful feature). But. OMG. The bugs. The app will suddenly quit constantly for the simplest things like viewing a repo or seeing an organization, it’s become such a pain that I barely open the app nowadays because I know it’ll take so long with all the quitting that it’ll be faster to just open up my computer and see what I’m looking for. Overall, the app has a lot of potential. Until these bugs get fixed, though, I wouldn’t recommend using it.

AmyR1101, Mar 10, 2022
Like a web browser but worse

Multiple tabs, bookmarking, sharing links, Handoff between devices, a history of everything you’ve looked at… these all features you get for free by using GitHub in a web browser, but things you aren’t allowed to do in this app.Even worse, the app eats all GitHub links so you can’t even view a GitHub page in a browser if you want to.I would rather have the web version of GitHub be more responsive and full featured at any screen size than have limiting platform-specific apps. This isn’t 2009 when the iPhone first came out, you can’t get away with having a limited “mobile” version of your website and a basic app with a limited subset of functionality anymore.

Completely original nickname 249673, Jul 09, 2020
Looking for Mr. Good App

Well GitHub promises to be better than most.I had to clean up my emails so today I just deleted them all from my past go to account ...all 967 thousand of them.Many were from an app called Google plus...oh 5 or 6 years ago. We loved that app...we were young , restless. On Google plus us wanna be acclaimed scientists would theorize on the basis of gravity , the universality of relativity and what not.Instead today I mostly anticipate the final burn, seeking some satisfaction along the way. I’ve been immersed into this world of hackers , cyber crimes , network insecurity , constant uncertainty and you know what....I’m starting to enjoy it. My antagonists know one hellava lot about networks and I’m determined to..... oh I really don’t know what I’m determined to do but I kinda enjoy sparring with these unseen contestants.We will see ...I’m now determined to share what I’ve learned and I thing GitHub is where I’ll do it. I just am completely lost in finding a way to start ...But I will ....SOON

doctordeek, Mar 26, 2021
Inferior to web

GitHub web has made an incredibly amount of improvements since being acquired by Microsoft, such as the AMAZING and innovative web editor they launched a few weeks ago. Unfortunately, the iOS team has not kept pace. That being said, the web experience is good for reading through Issues, reviewing some PR’s, but ultimately the web experience is better in many ways on my iPad (especially with the web editor). On a phone, can’t beat it - 5 stars (by default) but 3 stars on iPad. So I will round it out to 4 stars, but quite disappointed in the iPad app.

mikha'el28, Sep 14, 2021
Can’t Sign-In

Update: This seems to be more of an issue with Safari. I tried so many things to get this working I’m not sure why it finally worked, but the last thing I did was completely close ALL apps (including Settings), disable Safari cookies, close Settings, reopen Settings and enable cookies. I had tried so many versions of this and more trying to sign in it’s anyone’s guess as to why it worked this time.“Cookies must be enabled to use GitHub.” Safari cookies are enabled and I can’t sign in, just keep hitting the cookies message. Logging in directly with Safari works. There are several other reviews stating the same.

N'googy, Mar 26, 2022
The possibilities are endless

I am a novice developer and a recent CS college grad. This feels like such a natural transition for GitHub as a whole. I don’t know if anything will ever beat the desktop/laptop experience, but using this on my iPhone X has been a pleasant experience. The app does not advertise or make any false promises. It does exactly what it says it wants to do (it would be pretty horrendous if it didn’t given the developer). Being able to keep up with notifications is what mobile is all about. I can only imagine how much better this is on an iPad, especially an iPad Pro.

Penguin Heroics, Aug 27, 2020
I would like to say this would have been a great idea

I would like to know how I can correct the illegal actions that others have done to me and my family members. I have Been working for over a year now. Since I am not a coder or programmer it has been very challenging, to Say the least. The people who have been doing this to my family members do not and have not had the best interests to use your platform in a way that is for the greater good of humanity. I would appreciate if u could assist me with my account information, correcting every account that is not correct. Over a year of work is long enough, I know the details I would appreciate for you to send out a few updates to help me out ASAP thanks for the information

QThomas33, Dec 15, 2021
has potential but too many dealbreakers

I truly want to like this app but the bugs that have been around since I first used it are driving me crazy. Every time I add a new favorite it’ll disappear from my list a few minutes later, sometimes right before my eyes it’ll remove itself from my list. On top of that, the search functionality is atrocious, and way too limited. We can’t even search our own repos! The search functionality we do have for the rest of the site leaves a lot to be desired and doesn’t even return the same results as the website. We should be able to search our starred repos, our own repos as well as choose how our own repos are filtered, this is bottom of the barrell functionality that should be a no brainer. If its possible on the website, it should be possible in the application. Im honestly shocked at how little functionality this app offers as the official github client.lastly, iOS 14 required now? you cant be serious. time to write a good github client on my own I guess, supporting iOS 13 isnt difficult and theres absolutely nothing earth shattering offered in the 14 SDK that github needs to function. id be embarassed if i wrote an app this shoddy for such a high profile company.

teknowhore, Mar 06, 2022


There’s a lot you can do on GitHub that doesn’t require a complex development environment – like sharing feedback on a design discussion, or reviewing a few lines of code. GitHub for iOS lets you move work forward wherever you are. Stay in touch with your team, triage issues, and even merge, right from the app.

We’re making these tasks easy for you to perform, no matter where you work, with a beautifully native experience. You can use GitHub for iOS to: • Browse your latest notifications • Read, react, and reply to Issues and Pull Requests • Review and merge Pull Requests • Organize Issues with labels, assignees, projects, and more • Browse your files and code • Discover new and trending repositories ——— Terms of Service: https://docs.github.com/en/github/site-policy/github-terms-of-service Privacy Policy: https://docs.github.com/en/github/site-policy/github-privacy-statement

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