Gitter: Chat for GitLab, GitHu

3.3
1.24K reviews
100K+
Downloads
Content rating
Teen
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About this app

Gitter is where developers come to talk. We provide free public/private chat rooms for developer communities, open source projects, technical teams, and businesses.

KEY FEATURES
- Unlimited public/private chat rooms
- Unlimited and searchable chat history
- Unlimited integrations
- Built on top of GitHub, the world’s largest network of software developers

The app itself is open source and published/deployed via GitLab CI (merge requests welcome), https://gitlab.com/gitlab-org/gitter/gitter-android-app

TRUSTED BY
Gitter is home to over 30,000 developer communities, including The .NET Foundation, Google Material Design, Angular.js, Backbone, Node.js, Scala, The W3C and many more.

PROBLEMS? FEEDBACK?
The more you tell us, the better Gitter gets. In case of any questions, and in order to find out more about the product, visit our docs: https://gitlab.com/gitlab-org/gitter/webapp/tree/develop/docs
You can also give us direct feedback in the Gitter HQ channel: https://gitter.im/gitterHQ/gitter
Let us know how we can improve! Issues welcome, https://gitlab.com/gitlab-org/gitter/gitter-android-app/issues
Updated on
Sep 4, 2020

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3.3
1.24K reviews
Ben Arnett
July 30, 2020
It's got some issues, but it's usable & loads much faster than the mobile site. Deserves more than a 2.9 rating. No ads & free. Doesn't have a true dark mode for reading chats, and it's not the most dependable for timely notifications, but it's absolutely fine for occasional, informal exchanges. It sometimes gets stuck/crashes in the background, so make sure you sleep it or it'll chew through your battery. Going to try beta since there hasn't been a stable update in a couple of months.
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A Google user
March 31, 2020
The web and desktop versions support threads (limited support), but the mobile version doesn't. Worse, the threaded message is entirely missing, making it look like the original post was just ignored. In general, the desktop and web versions seem much more full-featured than the mobile app.
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Aaron Meese
July 30, 2022
There is no send button for messages, rendering this app difficult to use for anything other than reading messages. You must press the carriage return twice to send a message, so if you want a new line gap if is very annoying to implement.
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