By GitHub

  • Category: Developer Tools
  • Release Date: 2020-03-17
  • Current Version: 1.71.0
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 74.40 MB
  • Developer: GitHub
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 14.0 or later.
Score: 4.80485
From 11,924 Ratings


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: Privacy Policy:



  • Absolutely worthless

    By d34dh0r53
    You can’t fork from within the app? There are no links to clone the repositories? What good is this app?
  • Can’t edit code

    By Bill gate's great grandfather
    You can’t edit code, delete repositories, etc.
  • Complete garbage

    By ShawnZzzzzzzz
    Since GitHub hates their users, you CANNOT download any GitHub code through a mobile browser, even if you request a desktop site. It’s a reported issue but they have no pride in the work they do so they never bothered to fix it. So I thought, let me try the mobile app, surely I can download from there. First issue is that the mobile app doesn’t let you create a new account, you have to do that on the web first. Never had to do that on an iOS app before, always able to create a new account within the app. After that pain I discover that you still can’t download any code from within the app. Great job continuing the GIT legacy: needlessly complicated and lacking features users actually need.
  • Garbage for private repos

    By cold food is bad
    Can never find private repos, can’t open directly from a URL into the app, can’t figure out how to view GitHub actions, basically a completely useless app but it looks pretty which is prob their priority.
  • Good app, missing things

    By captinbo
    I’d like to be able to edit my code and commit changes and see GitHub actions. I’d also like more powerful iOS shortcuts that enable file creation in repos. The Working Copy app is excellent for this.
  • Amazing! Love it! Needs some stuff

    By Mark Argo Yammagucci
    - better iPhone push notifications - should auto-display when browsing project directories (like it does on the web) - In-app code editor (I realize this is a big ask, but it would be nice) - Siri integration
  • Idk man probably should be same ui as mobile website

    By DevinRhode2
    Doesn’t seem like it should be a whole separate app Risk losing feature parity

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  • My Profile page-app

    By Yodel eater
    Okay let me start at the beginning of my online education started with a iPhone 3 And my google account for my Apple ID? Not knowing anything about how the Operating systems work! I use Siri assist a lot and gave google access to my sound last year,try to fix my windows and internet! I play Chess daily on and play some of games daily! To the point of this review! When I did get around to setting up my GitHub account, There was a account already in my username from I believe my Siri and google assistant tagged me and made the account back when it happened in 2017 The Block Wars! I was a developer and didn’t even know it! All off my sound recognition! Now that I am properly educated enough also Certified in solitity, crypto currency’s,Blockchain and still taking course’s I am a big believer in Bitcoin and the Algorithms of proof of work! With the help of GitHub I hope to spread the Word and build some bridges through the Verse and develop some new code and dapps!
  • What’s the point of this app if you can’t edit or search code within your repo?

    By aadipu
    What’s the point ?