Hubroid

Hubroid


The Original & Awesome GitHub Client for Android.

IMPORTANT PROTIP: "Alpha" means it's incomplete. I'm fully aware of this and that this iteration of Hubroid is lacking feature-wise compared to prior versions. If I hadn't released this now, Hubroid in the Play store would have been stuck in a broken state since GitHub turned off their old APIs. Just give it time guys and gals, no need to rate Hubroid 1-star for something out of my control.

Access GitHub from your Android device! Hubroid was the first full-featured GitHub client available on Android.

Now announcing 3.0-alpha1, specifically designed with ICS in mind. Please give it a go and report back as many bugs and suggestions as you can (on GitHub, of course), thanks!

New in 3.0:
* ICS-inspired theme
* An awesome icon, inspired by GitHub
* Optimized under the hood
* Issue milestone & label support
* Much, much more!

And of course, Hubroid is on GitHub!

https://github.com/eddieringle/hubroid

NOTE: This version is currently in ALPHA. If you run into issues, create an issue on the Hubroid repository via Hubroid, via the GitHub website using the link above, or just leave a comment here in the Play Store describing the problem. Thanks for the help!

Recent changes:
3.0-alpha3 - 2012-06-18.00:
- Fix Event feed crash on Gingerbread & below
- Close/reopen from within issues
- More Event feed tweaks
- Optimizations behind the scenes

3.0-alpha2 - 2012-06-16.00+01+02:
- Create issues
- Comment on issues
- Event feed additions
- Handle GitHub URLs
- Theme tweaks
- Lots of bug & crash fixes

3.0-alpha1 - 2012-06-13.00+01:
- ICS ready!
- Revamped & streamlined theme
- More awesomeness
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About Hubroid
The Original & Awesome GitHub Client for Android.

IMPORTANT PROTIP: "Alpha" means it's incomplete. I'm fully aware of this and that this iteration of Hubroid is lacking feature-wise compared to prior versions. If I hadn't released this now, Hubroid in the Play store would have been stuck in a broken state since GitHub turned off their old APIs. Just give it time guys and gals, no need to rate Hubroid 1-star for something out of my control.

Access GitHub from your Android device! Hubroid was the first full-featured GitHub client available on Android.

Now announcing 3.0-alpha1, specifically designed with ICS in mind. Please give it a go and report back as many bugs and suggestions as you can (on GitHub, of course), thanks!

New in 3.0:
* ICS-inspired theme
* An awesome icon, inspired by GitHub
* Optimized under the hood
* Issue milestone & label support
* Much, much more!

And of course, Hubroid is on GitHub!

https://github.com/eddieringle/hubroid

NOTE: This version is currently in ALPHA. If you run into issues, create an issue on the Hubroid repository via Hubroid, via the GitHub website using the link above, or just leave a comment here in the Play Store describing the problem. Thanks for the help!

Recent changes:
3.0-alpha3 - 2012-06-18.00:
- Fix Event feed crash on Gingerbread & below
- Close/reopen from within issues
- More Event feed tweaks
- Optimizations behind the scenes

3.0-alpha2 - 2012-06-16.00+01+02:
- Create issues
- Comment on issues
- Event feed additions
- Handle GitHub URLs
- Theme tweaks
- Lots of bug & crash fixes

3.0-alpha1 - 2012-06-13.00+01:
- ICS ready!
- Revamped & streamlined theme
- More awesomeness

Android Market Comments
A Google User
Jul 24, 2015
Good It's working
A Google User
Apr 11, 2015
please support 2 factor auth sadly i couldn't evaluate this promising app...
A Google User
Mar 11, 2015
Keep me updated and upgraded Freeky Geeky,does this app, mean that I can finally order some grub.If not, what am I doing here.Waiting to place my order.I'll have to try another time.What good is a hub, if you can't get some grub.This app is just, what I needed. I appreciate the app for what it has to offer me, I still want something to eat.
A Google User
Mar 1, 2014
Im waiting 😛
A Google User
Sep 29, 2013
I love the concept... But whenever I enter a menu, the app crashes. Definitely needs some compatibility work, but I hope to see this become something even better in the future.