Updated 8/19/2016: For some reason, I can't clone, push, or pull any more. I can authenticate over SSH, but then I get a message saying "fatal: Could not read from remote repository." from my git client. Nothing has changed on the client or repository locations on the server, and I get the same error from multiple machines, so I'm fairly certain there's something wrong with Gidder or my phone. Anyone else seeing this? Original Review: I write a lot of code in my free time at home and use Git to keep it synced up between my desktop and laptop. I hated having to run a git server on my desktop because it required the desktop to be on whenever I wanted to sync the code on both machines. Now I keep my git server on my phone which is fantastic for backup purposes, plus saves time and money by not having to make sure my desktop is running when I want to push to origin. The only drawback to this app is it uses ssh-dss which is a pain to configure on windows and a security risk (although it's probably way overkill for home network users like me). Bottom line - this is one killer app!
Use with Wi-Fi hotspot? When using the phone as a router/Wi-Fi hotspot, it is not able to run, saying Wi-Fi not connected. Is it possible to use this on locally hosted networks?
usb ethernet option? Great app! I love the idea of being able to serve up git using a low powered android device. I'd love to try it and rate it, but my androiid device only has usb ethernet network connectivity. Is it possible to add an option to attach to a network interface other than wifi? Thanks!
Almost perfect I'm recycling an old android phone and apps like this one gives a new life to it. Only one feature missing for me: SSH keys
Very easy to set up and use. Got it running on an old android phone in minutes.
Save to sdcard. Very nice app. On Galaxy s2 I cannot save to sdcard. Would be a very nice feature.
Bug fix for Honeycomb.
Support landscape in all activities.