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About this app

This project is developed on Github: https://github.com/maks/MGit

MGit does not have a built-in text editor but has been tested to work well with the open source Viper Edit app (http://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.manichord.viperedit) but should also work well with other Android text editors that support Content Providers.

Please do not leave comments here if you have any problems, instead please create a new issue at: https://github.com/maks/MGit/issues/new/choose

MGit is a continuation of development of the popular SGit app.
Updated on
Mar 26, 2022

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411 reviews
Nathan Long
December 11, 2022
MGit does not notice the new files I create, which means I can't back up most of my work. This makes it a nonstarter for me. As a secondary issue, as I've tried to use it so far, it's been very slow. Adding and committing files takes several seconds in a small repo. I'm used to this being a sub-second operation on a computer, so it's puzzling. But the main issue is that I simply can't commit new files; it doesn't see them.
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Chukwunalu Egwali
June 10, 2021
This is a very great app. Gives me all functionality of git without having to worry about a having a computer super. The app is fast and efficient with an interface very easy to understand. I hope it remains good like this overtime. I will also recommend that you add a command line interface option. This will give users the option to choose between the current graphical interface and a command line interface.
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Manichord Pty Ltd
March 27, 2022
Thank you for taking the time to leave the kind review, I'm glad you find MGit useful.
Luke Mail
December 27, 2022
It's quite strange, to have a Git Client, that does not have an Option to requests all Files access on your Android device, but rather stores Data under AndroidData subfolder.Thus not letting the other aps accessing it. Should I write the file content also within this app? There is a way to select the root folder, but then you can not clone anything
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What's new

* Add support for importing ED25519 ssh private keys, eg as required by GitHub (contributed by @kb-1000)
* Removed crash reporting service. Crash reports can now be optionally sent via email.
* Fix to use correct user section name (contributed by @imnotjames)
* setting to allow forcing app to use English instead of device locale (contributed by @prattpratt)
* String translation improvements

Please report any problems on Github: https://github.com/maks/MGit/issues