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Popular developer collaboration platform GitHub has launched a mobile app to let coders manage their project remotely. The app lets you manage to merge and pull requests, and manage tasks from anywhere.
Last year, the Microsoft-owned company launched the app’s beta version at its Universe event. Now, the full version is available for download on both Android and iOS.
[Read: GitHub launches an Indian subsidiary to boost its developer community]
You can’t expect to code through this app, but it provides great tools for you to manage your project. Here are the most important features:
- Manage tasks on your project: mark them as done, or save it for later to remind you again.
- Unblock your teammates from making changes that might not need extensive testing.
- Manage merge and pull requests directly from the app.
Plus, there’s dark mode as well.
You can download GitHub’s mobile app for Android and iOS from here.
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