egzthunder1 · Apr 16, 2011 at 06:00 am

Get Your Dev Going With Gh4a for Android

This app is for the more development oriented members out there (as end users will likely have no use for this). XDA member azwanadli has developed something for those devs out there who own github trees and repos but that are always on the run. Gh4a (github for Android), is a compact github client that fits snuggly in your Android device. The app will allow you to follow the progress done on your Issues, view commits, member information, view sources, public discussions, and much more. It is really like never having left the comfort of your chair , while being on vacation. The only bad thing is that now, you will have no excuse to not read the user’s feedback and new issues :)

This is completely free and open source (no ads either), so you have nothing to lose. If you are a dev and would like to leave some feedback, please do so.

Hi All,
I have released my first android app called Gh4a.

It is a github client for android. Note that this application depends on github API (develop.github.com), some of the features are limited like gist and private news feed. I try my best to implement whatever supported by the API into Gh4a.

You can find more information in the application thread.

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