It works. However: * It is slow. seemingly it doesn't even keep a project's directory structure in memory . - * very limited editing capabilities. Almost a read-only view of what is there. Does have some nice features missing from a few apps: * Syntax highlighting * Pretty readme rendering.
Good stuff. Please don't request read and write access to my PERSONAL data though. I don't want OctoDroid to be able to lock me out of my account by changing my linked email, un-follow projects I'm interested in, etc... Maybe provide the user with options for read-only, no personal data and other stuff like that :)
Freezes while trying to browse large ~60kb text files (css). Also, no option to fork a repo. Still one of the best options...
Too many permissions required on GitHub... this is unsafe. Needs to request less authority.
Great improvement. No longer ask for your GitHub credentials. Now uses OAuth2. However, given the sensitivity of the data, this app should request more granular access Scopes (i.e. I want to use it for my personal repos, without giving it access to my organizations repos).
It's an ok interface but the most fustrating thing is I can add issues as the button keeps disappearing..
Update authorization using Github OAuth2 Web application flow.
Multi account support.
Printing support for codes and commits.
Support "Search code".
Mobile client for Github & Bitbucket. Experience painless code reviews on the go