Do you have android/iOS app to access and manage the BitBucket repositories?
It would be good to access and manage the repositories such as sending comments, accepting and merging PR, Users/members access add/revoke etc. from mobile device.
Greetings @Moin Pathan,
On iOS I'm a fan of CodeBucket myself. It is a small purchase for full functionality. The way I see it Bitbucket is incredible for a free service although needed a way to see my code on the way home on the train beyond the web interface. Didn't mind at all supporting dev with this app.
I'm an Android developer and our team created a new Android client for BitBucket: Bitbuckler. You can install it from Google Play:
Our application is focused on code review. You can write comments (inline too), approve, merge, and decline pull requests. Also, you can watch your repositories and local issues.
Our app without ADS and completely free! If you have any questions or want to give feedback, you can contact us: email@example.com
I built an app called BitHub, an unofficial Bitbucket client app for Android.
It's a small initiative and Feel free to make a review.
I just installed BitHub and after logging in to BitBucket, I get the message that I don't have any repositories.
This is actually true for my business account, but I should see all of my company's private repos because I have access rights there.
Could you fix this, please?
Many thanks for the ultra-fast response to my post!
The test results now are as follows:
I will add my app to the list. I just released an Open Beta Version:
If you have any suggestions/recommendations, you can reach me via: firstname.lastname@example.org
Checkour the github repo and see how Bitpot works behind the scenes :)
Also starting with version 1.1.0 there are
* no more ads
* push notifications for PullRequest changes are free
* push notifications for Pipelines are free
As you're using BitBucket, there are a few choices accessible. The most prevalent one, Bitbeaker, is an open source Bitbucket client. Engineers frequently use git repositories to store and recover source code documents. This is normally done on a personal computer, however new iOS applications enable you to get to git repositories. Use Apple ID Support Number to gather more information.
HI @Moin Pathan
Nope. as for jira cloud, there is a mobile (android) app available on play store but for Bitbucket cloud does not available.
I would say to access/download/commits the repos on mobile you will need a strong internet connection as well as enough memory so i don't think this will be possible in-app.