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Pocket Git is a powerful standalone Git client for Android with the following features:

★ Simple interface.
★ Clone repositories.
★ Support HTTP and SSH protocols.
★ Passwords and private keys (with passphrase).
★ Automatically capture Github and Bitbucket links.
★ Checkout local and remote branches, individual commits and tags.
★ Stage, unstage and commit.
★ Merge, create and delete branches.
★ Create and delete tags.
★ Create files and folders.
★ Edit files in a external editor (e.g. DroidEdit).
★ Revert changes to single files or complete working tree.
★ Push, pull and fetch from remotes.
★ Projects with more than one remote.
★ Graphical log.
★ View differences before commiting.
★ View differences for each commit.
★ View differences, for any file, between current working tree and HEAD.

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10 recent comments of Pocket Git APK

Zejji Zejji

There aren't many options for a usable git client on Android, so it's easy to recommend Pocket Git. However, it is buggy (cannot add some files even though not in .gitignore) and badly needs the following improvements: (i) ability to add all new files in a folder recursively (as adding large no.s of files in nested folders is currently very painful!); (ii) direct command-line access to git commands for complex tasks; (iii) ability to create local-only repos; and (iv) faster performance generally. Hopefully there'll be more changes to come.

Snerk Rabbledauber

Too much effort on look and not enough on function. For example, it does not give you an error message when something goes wrong while cloning. It just says it could not clone. Also, it always fails to clone to the external SD card, even though all indications are that it should be able to.

Soleil Lapierre

Works fine on local storage, but I really want to clone repositories to the SD card. Using Android 5.1 and the app manager shows that Pocket Git has SD read/write/modify permission, but I just get "failed to clone" with the exact same repo settings that work on built-in storage. More detailed error messages would be nice too.

Josh Clark

Some people complain about it being hard to use or not working on external memory but it works fine. Took a while to figure out at first but git itself is really complex. Internal memory is fine with me because I have it cloned from GitHub anyway

Russ Taylor

I really like Pocket Git, except that I can't clone some of my repositories. Every time I try, I get an error: 'attempt to use Inflater after calling end'. Sad day.

Stefan Weiberg

After I saw the option to ignore an invalid certificate in the notification bar everything works fine. An awesome app just like Droid edit by the same developer!

Brah Dran

Can not generate or import SSH keys. Has to use one on storage, which is visible to every other application which can access storage. This is insecure and unacceptable for a paid application.

Sauer Braten

Works somewhat, but the performance is horrific, even on a relatively new 8-core platform. Still waiting to clone a medium-sized repo of a few hundred or maybe thousand commits, total size of under 100 MiB. Remote has been "counting objects" for several hours now, but same repository was cloned within 30 seconds on a PC on the same DSL line. Too late for refund, as I walked away and forgot. I recommend to stick to a PC or web interface. Other git apps for Android seem to be even worse.

Alex

Great app on paper, but doesn't handle permissions properly on Android 8 (Oreo). Can't clone a repo to either memory card or internal storage, which renders it useless. Emailed developer with detailed bug report and requested fix or refund. Nothing back.

Luke Newmeyer

So far I like it. I had lots of trouble cloning my first repository. It turns out the app, although it had file editing permissions, couldn't make the /storage folder. Once I made it manually it worked well. Thing I like the most about the app: I can edit files in the app of my choice. It doesn't force me to use some sort of internal editor.

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