github iPhone client

Posted on 05 March 2009 by Johannes Fahrenkrug. Tags: programming iphone
Wow, that was quick! It took only 6 days (or 4 work days) for my iPhone app to be reviewed and approved by Apple. It's my 3rd iPhone app, but my first own, not-for-a-customer app. Very exciting :) It's called "gittop" and it's the first (to the best of my knowledge) github client for the iPhone. It was developed with the kind support of github's own Chris Wanstrath who patiently answered my github API questions and tested the beta version. Thanks, Chris!

Features:

  • You don't need a githubTM account to use gittop
  • Keep track of githubTM users by adding them to your watch list
  • Keep track of your favorite public repositories
  • Search for public repositories
  • View the latest commits to any public repository
  • View user, repository and commit details
  • Open user and project homepages right from within gittop without leaving the application
  • Email users, authors and committers
  • View your data even when you're not online

How about some screenshots?

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I hope you like it. You can get it here.

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