Git30 December 2015
I have absolutely no desire to learn command-line Git; the available GUI-based tools are more than sufficient for me, and especially that installed on my Android phone.
I’ll let that sink in…
Having a Git app on my phone, and working with a tiny amount of text visible above the virtual keyboard, might seem silly. But, I need no Internet connection to work on my stuff - not, that is, until it gets to a push.
Incidentally, DroidEdit isn’t a text editor. It’s a source code and text editor with syntax highlighting, and has support for “Dropbox, Drive, Box, (S)FTP servers and Git.”
I haven’t given anything Baz’s Seal of approval recently. Pocket Git and DroidEdit both get awards.