Pocket Git

3.6
636 reviews
10K+
Downloads
Content rating
Everyone
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About this app

Pocket Git is a powerful standalone Git client for Android with the following features:

★ Simple interface.
★ Clone repositories.
★ Support HTTP and SSH protocols.
★ Passwords and private keys (with passphrase).
★ Automatically capture Github and Bitbucket links.
★ Checkout local and remote branches, individual commits and tags.
★ Stage, unstage and commit.
★ Merge, create and delete branches.
★ Create and delete tags.
★ Create files and folders.
★ Edit files in a external editor (e.g. DroidEdit).
★ Revert changes to single files or complete working tree.
★ Push, pull and fetch from remotes.
★ Projects with more than one remote.
★ Graphical log.
★ View differences before commiting.
★ View differences for each commit.
★ View differences, for any file, between current working tree and HEAD.
Updated on
Nov 6, 2017

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3.6
636 reviews
A Google user
September 26, 2018
It "works" in that it can clone a repo and switch branches but that's about it. It's painfully slow, has somewhat of an unintuitive UI, and being able to commit any changes seems to take a bit of luck. The app will recognize a change has been made (blue circle with blue dot) but whether or not the commit icon shows up is a totally different story. On top of all of that this app hasn't seen an update in nearly a year even though it really needs some work. This seems to be par for the course because it was a long time before we even got this update (I had been watching it for a while before buying it because it was even buggier then). Sadly there aren't many alternatives, and a lot of them don't see updates often either, but at least they're free.
27 people found this review helpful
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Shum Pathy
July 16, 2021
The app works, which is great. However setup is tricky with importing the private being hit and miss, I am still not sure which keygen options to use to generate an acceptable key. The interface is clean and minimal, but would be improved by incorporating a built in workflow rather then being so manual.
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A Google user
December 20, 2019
I have been looking for a way to do development on my Chromebook but source code control with GitHub was an issue. I purchased Pocket Git since I can install Android apps on my Chromebooks. Once I was mapped Pocket Git to the shared Pictures folder I was able clone easily. I was a bit puzzled on how to add files until I reread the manual and the key was a long hold on the file to add. Once I did that I could add all files in a folder. Commit and push was easily done. Very nice app!!!
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What's new

Small changes to improve Android Oreo support.