I found this 2, but I wont use them unless Im sure there are safe, giving credentials away like that could be a big vulnerability.
I'm lead developer of Bitbeaker. Indeed, there are no official Bitbucket apps out there so Bitbeaker is the next best thing. It's an open source app, so if you are paranoid, you can see what it does and even compile it directly from sources.
Atlassian mentioned Bitbeaker in their blog in 2011 (https://blog.bitbucket.org/2011/12/21/mobile-apps-for-bitbucket/) and I've been in the project since 2012. Bitbeaker's package name was renamed in October 2014 from com.saibotd.bitbeaker to fi.iki.kuitsi.bitbeaker, which resulted a loss of previous Google Play download count and reviews before that point.
The other link you mentioned (com.affmobapps...) was some rip-off/monetization attempt of Bitbeaker. I did not check too closely what modifications it actually contained. Now that app (it was actually their second try on this) and also their user seems to be gone from Google Play. You can draw your own conclusions from it.
@cutiko Hi, I understand your paranoia since I am also working on some sensitive projects where you have to know what happens with the source code. This is one reason why I decided to make Bitpot open-source :)
I know it's 6 years late, but better now than never, right?
If you are still working as a dev and still using Bitbucket, give it a try either by compiling it on your own (description can be found in the github readme) or download the app on Google Play:
Apologies for necrobump, but I've recently built a bitbucket android app (as the others looked either old or dodge)
It's still very much a work in progress, but hopefully it can be of use to anyone who stumbles across here.
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: firstname.lastname@example.org
Since this is still the first link found by Google when searching for a good Android app for Bitbucket, 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: email@example.com
@romangromov Lol, don't pretend to be an excited end-user. You are one of the devs of Bitbuckler. Your name is even in the PlayStore screenshots :D
But Bitbuckler looks nice, good to see that other quality apps join the party!
You even inspired me to also go the non-profit way. Last week I updated Bitpot to version 1.1.0
It is now also completely ad-free and you can receive push notificsations for Pull Request changes (build failure, comments, etc.) and Pipelines changes (success, failure, etc)
Check out the github repo here and be sure that it does not steal any sourcecode. The whole app is available for you to check-out :)
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 dont want to be rude, but it took you a while to provide this simple answer.
Well, anyway, Im glad to know, and as long as none of thoose are officially endorse, I wont use them.
Hope you could consider this idea, I'll love to have notifications when someone push to a share repo.
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