GitHub service launched a mobile application for iOS and Android. About it writes The Verge.
Using the application, developers will be able to manage their projects from a smartphone. The service will allow you to recognize messages about bugs in the code, assign additional tasks, respond to comments and watch files in repositories.
Now users can only view the code in the application. While the service does not allow editing the code from the smartphone, it is not known whether this function will appear later.
The service will automatically adapt to the screen resolution of each smartphone. For the first time, the company announced the testing of its own application in GitHub in 2019, and in January 2020 introduced a beta version of the service for Android.