Microsoft-possessed GitHub released its new mobile application today as a free download for iOS and Android. The application for the famous code repository service is primarily intended to assist developers with overseeing projects while away from their PC, letting them arrange tasks, give criticism on issues, react to comments, and audit and consolidation pull requests.
GitHub notifications appear in an inbox that resembles many email inboxes, and you can swipe tasks to either spare or mark them as complete.
You can likewise respond to comments with emoticon, which could be handy to keep a project moving if somebody is depending on your feedback.
The application likewise lets you see code, as appeared in the below screenshot from the application’s App Store page, yet you can’t alter any code within the application.
The application previously propelled in beta on iOS in November and on Android in January.
Microsoft reported it would obtain GitHub for $7.5 billion in June 2018, and finished the procurement in October 2018.