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GitHub App for Android – Hubdroid V2.0
If you’re an Android developer, or any developer for that matter, you will owe a big thank you to XDA member eddieringle after using his app. Hubdroid is an Android app that connects to GitHub’s services allowing you to follow repositories, check the latest commits, diff. viewer, and much, much more. Here is a full list of features in this awesome app:
- Search Repositories and Users
- Show Watched Repositories
- Show Followers/Following
- Commit Log
- Commit Info w/ Diff viewer
- Repository Network Listings
- Public/Private Activity Feeds
- View, add, and comment on Issues
- New and improved interface
- Internal links in the News feed
- Better diff viewing
- Tree browser
- File viewing
- Much, much more!
Here is what is new in V2.0 as of February 11th, 2011:
- Completely new design and interface
- Internal links in the News Feed
- New and improved Git diff viewing
- Tree Browser
- File Viewer
- Sprayed with Crash-b-gone
- Much, much more!
This app looks very well made but is still currently in beta so some things may be broken. For anyone capable and knowledgeable of using GIT, we encourage you to try this app out and leave feedback for eddieringle in the app thread. Enjoy, and leave your comments below!
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