Every tech company under the sun is now working around the clock to offer remote working tools and ways to keep people indoors to stop the coronavirus from spreading.
Popular developer collaboration platform GitHub is no exception.
The company, owned by Microsoft, released today a GitHub mobile app that’s available for both Android and iOS.
It will hopefully make it easier for developers to work remotely with these features:
- Manage tasks on your project: mark them as done, or save it for later to remind you again
- Unblock your teammates from making changes that might not need extensive testing
- Manage merge and pull requests directly from the appWhile the GitHub app doesn’t let you actually code, it allows for on-the-go task management.
The app has been in development for quite some time, being launched in beta at last year’s GitHub Universe event, so the launch couldn’t be more timely.
Oh yes, and it also includes a fashionable dark mode, so no need to cause yourself eyestrain working in the middle of the night.
Download it from here.