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Hubroid v1.3 – a GitHub app for Android
XDA forum member eddieringle has created a GitHub app for Android. Hubroid allows you to search Repositories and Users, show Watched Repositories, show Followers/Following, Commit Log , Repository Network Listings, Public/Private Activity Feeds all in a neat application on your Android device (currently optimized for Android 1.5 cupcake and 1.6 donut).
Originally posted by eddieringle
- Ability to add and comment on issues
- New logo from prash
- UI tweaks
- Optimized Gravatar loading
- Follow/Unfollow users & Watch/Unwatch repos via a menu option
- Show open/closed issues for a repo
- Activity Feeds
- Based on the Android 1.6 platform (w/ 1.5 compat.)
- Splash UI glitch fixed (you’re welcome riku)
- Other UI enhancements
- Commit items show their how long ago the commit was pushed
- Icons for various buttons
- Increased responsiveness
- Limit repository homepage URL widths
- “Back to main menu” menu option
- Newly revamped design
- Followers/Following lists
- Watched Repositories
- Gravatar support
- and more…
Hubroid 1.1 is available for free (ad-supported) or you can support eddieringle by purchasing the donate version. Both are available on the Market and SlideMe.
Check out the main application thread for more information.
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