If you're a code junkie, then you likely dig around GitHub quite a bit. To take it even further, if you're an Android code junkie you've likely looked in the Google Play Store for a GitHub app and found there was nothing official to be found. That changes now though as GitHub has finally rolled out their own Android app for their services and more importantly, it's built using Open Source projects such as ActionBarSherlock, Android-ViewPagerIndicator, Maven and SyntaxHighlighter. So what all can you do with the app itself? Quite a bit actually:
- The app features a dashboard for quick access to all your created, watched, and assigned issues so you can always stay connected with the discussion and progress. You can also view and bookmark any repository's issue list with configurable filters for labels, milestones, and assignees.
- Includes support for working with Issues and Gists as well as an integrated news feed for keeping up to date with all your organizations, friends, and repositories.
Also, in keeping with the nature of GitHub if you're looking for the source code of the app, it's available for viewing and download as well. Code Junkies, you'll find the download below so you can get started.
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