As we already know that GitHub is one of the most beloved product for developers and most popular code hosting platform which makes working easy on big projects for most of the developers. This platformnis aquired by Microsoft back in june 2018. So now we can say that acquisition played out major role. Just now GitHub has announced it’s beta version for testers and also you can enroll for test version or you can install public version of GitHub from playstore.
As of now the functionality of the app is very limited, so for now you cannot view oredit the code but still you can browse repositories and read their readme files and create pull requests and issues. GitHub for Android also has a dark theme. You can turn it on manually in the settings. By default, the application’s theme will match system settings, as all apps should. The search and notifications features are also integrated, making it easier to browse the repositories and/or developers. Per GitHub’s promise, the app should soon let you review code and share feedback with contributors.
One day ago GitHub has posted about the Android app testing program in Twitter saying that they are accepting the beta testers to sign up today
— GitHub (@github) January 14, 2020
So developers can expect more features in GitHub app for Android very soon.