OmiGit 4+

Git Repositories Manager

An Hoa Vu

Designed for iPad

    • 5.0 • 1 Rating
    • Free



OmiGit is a git repositories manager on iPhones, allowing for usecases such as software developments, blogging, etc. on the go. Notable distinction from other free Git apps is that we provide git push for free as well.


* Support most common revision control operations such as
git init: Initialize a local repo
git clone: Clone from a remote repo
git status: View current repository status
git diff: View changes between two commits
git add : Stage files to index for committing
git restore --staged (or the older git reset): Unstage files from index
git commit: Commit staged changes
git log: View revision (commit) history
git branch: View and add local branches
git push: Push changes to a remote
git fetch: Fetch changes from a remote
git merge: Merge changes from a reference
git checkout: Check out a branch
git reset: Revert the branch to a particular commit
* Designed with the latest Swift + SwiftUI technology: Integrate well with the latest iPhones look and feel and also optimizing the experience on phone interface
- Pull down gesture to rescan status and reload history
- Swipe on unstaged files to stage, on staged file to unstage
- Swipe on the remote to push/fetch
* Integrate with Files app: The repositories managed by the app are accessible from the iOS Files app so you could use any editor to edit the files.
* Provide a simple credential manager based on the remote URL prefix so you do not type the password over and over again.

Visit app website for more usage tips.

Privacy Policy

This app does not collect any user information. All your files belong to you.

What’s New

Version 1.3

Fix issue when staging a folder
Fix status computation when the repo was just created (no existing commit)
Alert the user when commit fails e.g. when the author name or email is empty

Ratings and Reviews

5.0 out of 5
1 Rating

1 Rating

burnsac100 ,

Would it be possible to delete repos within the app?

Love the simplicity. I would also like to be able to see hidden files within the files app like what working copy does. If that would be possible to do

App Privacy

The developer, An Hoa Vu, 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 Not Collected

The developer does not collect any data from this app.

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