Git2Go isn’t a text editor IDE per-se but more a quintessential iOS app for managing your Git repository, although it does have an editor for editing Git-stored files on the fly.
Git2Go is the first app for iOS which unleashes your full development productivity from everywhere. Clone all your GitHub and Bitbucket repositories with just one tap, manage branches and easily commit changes after you’ve edited code on the fly – all from your iPhone and iPad!
Essentially, you have an app that will allow you to work with your Git repositories, with branching, cloning and the other essentials on the go, yet more importantly works well with other IDEs.
You could, for instance, pull the latest code from the repository, pass it to the Coda app for iOS (which we mentioned earlier) and edit the code, then commit.
In short, Git2Go completes the development environment on iOS along with your IDEs to not only work with code but persisting and versioning.
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