Supports Split View, 3D Touch and SpotLight search.
Clone repositories making them fully available even when offline.
Other apps can open and edit in your repositories.
Lists your repositories on GitHub, GitLab and BitBucket.
Resolve merge conflicts with speed and safety.
Use x-callback-url for inter-app communication.
Stop writing todos about minor stuff. Fix and commit on the fly.
Working Copy is in rapid development. Get the beta.
Your email address is used to send you a invitation through Apple TestFlight and will not be used for anything else.
For the past two months, we've been using GitHub and Working Copy to share, edit, and commit changes to Markdown files; combined with Split View and document providers on iOS, this setup fits my workflow quite nicely.
This app is excellent, and the support from the developer is superb!
The app is billed as a "a powerful Git client for iOS 8 that clones, edits, commits, pushes & more". There is nothing in this statement that it doesn't live up to. If you're looking for something to work with GitHub on the move then I can highly recommend. Is it worth the money? Definitely.
I use it daily to review new code in GitHub Enterprise repositories. The best feature for me is that I can use it offline without a need to be connected to the VPN. Viewing of files is easier than on GitHub thanks to better syntax highlighting.
This app is by far the best Git client for iOS. The features are extremely diverse, ranging from syntax coloring and in-app code editing (HEX DUMPS TOO) to full-featured repository committing and cloning from online repositories on Github, Bitbucket, and more. I paid the $10 for permanent push to remote servers, and I don't regret it.
This is truly a full featured git client on iOS. Let's be honest though, you probably won't be writing a full project on your phone or iPad. What has made this app really valuable o me however is checking in on a crash that was just reported by crashlytics while away from my computer. I get the email with the line that crashed, and I can jump straight over and look at the class and see what exactly is going on. It is also really nice to be able to keep up with commit logs or pull requests. As a mobile dev I couldn't live without it
This may be one of the more expensive apps, but this is a tool worth having if you’re any kind of serious coder (or writer, for that matter). The diff and merging abilities are stunning (try a diff on an image. I know, right?). The editing tools build right in to the program are very good, and even rival standalone editors (try markdown and preview it). Integration with apps like Textastic and Editorial make this a serious part of your workflow. The author is very responsive to feedback, fixes and features come regularly. I have switched over from using Dropbox for storing and syncing notes and text to using Working Copy with BitBucket and Editorial. It works wonderfully and has NO recurring payments. Don’t be afraid of the price, this is well worth what Anders is asking. Using this app is one of those times you say “I can’t believe I just did all that on my iPhone”.
Just thank you. I used to see my iOS devices as incapable of anything other than "emergency" edits (usually directly on a server). Not anymore. I can make large contributions to projects, write new features, and with the right complimentary setup, get near realtime feedback on my code through a test server after making a commit. So cool.
This has always been a very good app. A few weeks ago I suggested that Gist support would be cool, and now here it is: I can edit my gists from the iPad. And history graphs, which are extremely useful.
It's just a great app.
Working Copy makes keeping track of your Git repositories a breeze.
The app is so well designed that I prefer it over the GitHub's web-interface when familiarizing myself with a new code-base. And let me tell you: It works extremely well in bed as well.
Alas: Working Copy now contains my evening lecture in addition to all the source code I would not want to go missing.
An all around great app.
For those of us who don't work exclusively with GitHub this is just awesome.
I have been yearning for a way to commit and push to Github for years.
The app id's solid and lets me use whatever editor I want to create my content.
My mobile development and blogging dreams have come true!
Love being able to pull and push commits to but bucket.
Being able to edit directly from TextAstic without having to upload is also quite awesome.
You ever searched so hard for something but just couldn't find it? I was doing that until I stumbled upon Working Copy and it's push function.
This app is EXACTLY what I've been looking for. I can easily connect to my bitbucket account, clone repos, commit and push changes right from my phone using third party apps that are already a part of my workflow. I use this with Textastic and Ulysses to post to and tweak my Jekyll blog from my iPhone and iPad, wherever I may be.
This app is perfect for accessing your Git repositories on the go! It allows me to add my iPhone and iPad into my daily workflow.
If Apple were to write a git client, it would look like this. Well done.
Working Copy + Bitbucket repository cloning + Textastic! This significantly improves my coding lifestyle: I can relax with my iPad anywhere and even work on non-interface parts of iOS projects without screwing up version management by relying on DropBox or iCloud filesaving. So far everything is working smoothly, probably because the developer is an active user of this app himself.
Extremely useful for monitoring / managing my projects on the go (I'm using both iPhone 6+ and iPad).
Con un diseño sencillo y funcional, es una aplicación indispensable para cualquier desarrollador con dispositivos iOS.
La inclusión de funciones de iOS 8 permite que se editen los archivos de los repositorios con cualquier aplicación externa (que sea compatible con el file picker).
The only app I've found which allows for committing changes to GitHub. Easy to use and clean design. A must have app if you deal with GitHub pages!
Bin wirklich sehr begeistert, als Programmierer kann ich geleistetes Arbeit nur loben, weiter so.