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There’s a lot you can do on GitHub that doesn’t require a complex development environment – like sharing feedback on a design discussion, or reviewing a few lines of code. GitHub for iOS lets you move work forward wherever you are. Stay in touch with your team, triage issues, and even merge, right from the app. We’re making these tasks easy for you to perform, no matter where you work, with a beautifully native experience.

You can use GitHub for iOS to:

• Browse your latest notifications
• Read, react, and reply to Issues and Pull Requests
• Review and merge Pull Requests
• Organize Issues with labels, assignees, projects, and more
• Browse your files and code
• Discover new and trending repositories


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What’s New

Version 1.162.0

What's new

• Introducing Copilot Chat to GitHub Mobile! A powerful AI companion enabling developers to collaborate, ask coding questions, and gain insights into both public, and private repositories. Copilot Chat is now available for all Copilot plans in GitHub Mobile.

Bug fixes

• Improved interactions via VoiceOver or other assistive technologies on user profiles, repository profiles and repository contributors.
• App version and build number in footer of Settings wraps at large Dynamic Type sizes.
• Workflow run list items no longer overlap other cells in the list.
• On iPad, Copilot button no longer flickers on app launch.

Ratings and Reviews

4.8 out of 5
20.5K Ratings

20.5K Ratings

N'googy ,

Can’t Sign-In

Update: This seems to be more of an issue with Safari. I tried so many things to get this working I’m not sure why it finally worked, but the last thing I did was completely close ALL apps (including Settings), disable Safari cookies, close Settings, reopen Settings and enable cookies. I had tried so many versions of this and more trying to sign in it’s anyone’s guess as to why it worked this time.

“Cookies must be enabled to use GitHub.” Safari cookies are enabled and I can’t sign in, just keep hitting the cookies message. Logging in directly with Safari works. There are several other reviews stating the same.

teknowhore ,

has potential but too many dealbreakers

I truly want to like this app but the bugs that have been around since I first used it are driving me crazy. Every time I add a new favorite it’ll disappear from my list a few minutes later, sometimes right before my eyes it’ll remove itself from my list. On top of that, the search functionality is atrocious, and way too limited. We can’t even search our own repos! The search functionality we do have for the rest of the site leaves a lot to be desired and doesn’t even return the same results as the website. We should be able to search our starred repos, our own repos as well as choose how our own repos are filtered, this is bottom of the barrell functionality that should be a no brainer. If its possible on the website, it should be possible in the application. Im honestly shocked at how little functionality this app offers as the official github client.

lastly, iOS 14 required now? you cant be serious. time to write a good github client on my own I guess, supporting iOS 13 isnt difficult and theres absolutely nothing earth shattering offered in the 14 SDK that github needs to function. id be embarassed if i wrote an app this shoddy for such a high profile company.

"Gregor" ,


The Mobile App is less straightforward than the Desktop Web Platform - which is not quite as straightforward as it presents itself to be. From the outside vantage point, it would seem as if ‘Development’ is a nearly ubiquitous new inter-national past time. Thus, though Github has the conceptual mass appeal of a less censorial Instagram or Facebook— it can prove off-puttingly daunting to the uninitiated. One must have not only a vision, and a mania about that vision, but one must have been host to that manic vision long enough that they learn to think of it in new maths and new languages- and write dissertations about it.


App Privacy

The developer, GitHub, indicated that the app’s privacy practices may include handling of data as described below. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

Data Linked to You

The following data may be collected and linked to your identity:

  • Identifiers

Data Not Linked to You

The following data may be collected but it is not linked to your identity:

  • Diagnostics

Privacy practices may vary, for example, based on the features you use or your age. Learn More

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