Great app, very stable the app works very well, it enables me to check out code right on my device from remote git server. I downloaded a pirated version first, but now I'm back to buy the official app. $2.5 is totally worth it.
Unmaintained Hasn't been updated in years. If you're going to buy a git app there are better + maintained
This is a very good git client with some downsides. First the positives. It is Free (as in speech) software, which is great. Second it supports ssh and authentication using pkc (albeit via a custom patched version of connectbot) which is useful when using gitolite. On the negative side, it doesn't seem to be actively worked on and is still missing some key features like write-support. Another issue is that it does not provide helpful error messages, so when things go wrong it is difficult to work out exactly what the problem is. As I have yet to find a better git client for Android I am still giving this one 4 stars. If some of the negatives were addressed this could easily be a 5 star app.
Read-only client! This app can only clone & pull to an Android device, not commit or push. This is explained on the project's GitHub page but could be made clearer on the App Store page
Exactly what I needed It can clone and fetch privately hosted repos over SSH on a non-standard port with only public key authentication. Make sure you read his docs on his ConnectBot port first. Great work, I can code-review on the move!
Doesn't work with xp dev
v1.39 sets the 'largeHeap' option in the AndroidManifest.xml to true, which on devices running Android v3.0+ (Honeycomb) may increase the chances of cloning repos which contain large (>5MB) files (Thanks to Patrick Moor for pointing this option out!).
This release also drops support for Android v2.2 (Froyo) and will be the last release to support pre-4.0 (Ice-Cream Sandwich) devices.