GitHub for Android and iOS reaches version 1.3 with multi-line comment support, line wrapping toggle, and more
GitHub released its mobile app for iOS and Android earlier this year in March. Since its initial release, the app has been updated a couple of times with new features to help developers get their work done on the go. The previous update, which rolled out in June, brought the ability to render Markdown, image, and PDF files on request, a fix for the emoji rendering issue, and more. Now, the team is rolling out version 1.3 of the app with more new features.
GitHub v1.3 has started rolling out to users via the Google Play Store, and it brings an overhaul for the code review experience. The update includes a new toggle to turn off line wrapping, the ability to change the email associated with a merge, commit description editing, a new multi-select mode to leave comments on multiple lines of code, and more.
We’ve updated GitHub for mobile! Now code review is even easier, faster, and more productive – turn off line wrapping, leave multi-line comments, and more. Download at https://t.co/vQBkyZeXrJ pic.twitter.com/PWuYmbPdC2
— GitHub (@github) October 14, 2020
You can check the full changelog of the update below. To update to the latest version of the app, just follow the Play Store link below and tap on the Update button.
GitHub v1.3 changelog
- Comment on multiple lines
- Commit suggested changes
- Turn off line wrapping, adjust text sizes, force dark mode & hide line numbers in code options settings
- Jump between files while reviewing
- Merge with advanced options
- Comment and reply with a new threaded design