GitLab Control

GitLab Control

By VMLabs Limited

  • Category: Productivity
  • Release Date: 2013-07-22
  • Current Version: 1.23.0
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 47.65 MB
  • Developer: VMLabs Limited
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 8.1 or later.
Score: 3.5
3.5
From 63 Ratings

Description

GitLab Control is the best way to manage your GitLab projects on any iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad device, anywhere at any time! GitLab Control helps you to easily keep track of your GitLab projects while you are sitting on the train on your way back home, or when you are trapped inside a meeting with no chanches of getting out! Features: - View and add Projects - View, add, edit and share Issues - Issue, Milestone and Merge Requests Transition Workflow - Search Issues by ID, title or labels - View and add Comments - Style any comment or description with markdown, HTML and emoji smileys - Calendar and Address Book Integration - Browse your Source Code - Full Team Management (add and remove team members) - View your Commits - View your Commit Diffs - View, protect and unprotect your Branches - View your Tags - View and add Labels - View, add, edit and share Milestones - View, add, edit and share Merge Requests - View, add, edit and share Code Snippets - View and use Favourite Filters - View and add Groups - View, add, edit, share SSH Keys - View, add, edit, share Hooks - Explore, fork and favourite public projects - Full Core Spotlight support - Full access the projects' Wiki - Protect your data with a personal Passcode - Connect to HTTP or HTTPS server GitLab is a growing community and as their API expands so will this app! We work extensively with the GitLab team to refine and expand the API in order to provide you the best GitLab mobile user experience ever. You will have everything under control! Follow the project on twitter: @gitlabcontrol For info on new releases, to suggest new features and to report bugs send an email to support@gitlabcontrol.com. Restrictions: GitLab Control currently supports GitLab server version 9.x and higher.

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Reviews

  • Not all features are supported

    3
    By Bmann100
    I will happy pay for and use this app once it supports the rest of GitLab. For me it is important to monitor build pipelines, but that is all missing from this app.
  • Not very snappy

    2
    By Alex_Johnson
    It feels very slow and unresponsive
  • Ad on top

    1
    By Amirhossein Matini
    I never seen an app putting ad in the worse position. I will use the browser version instead.
  • Obnoxious ad placement

    2
    By Keith Gonzalez
    Ad placement at the very top of the app is just bad. Normally I’d consider an in-app purchase to remove ads as long as it adds new features as well, but I just couldn’t bare it with this one. The ad placement for the free version of this app just made me want to instantly uninstall, which I did.
  • Really useful app

    4
    By Andrew Eick
    Does the job to monitor my self-hosted GitLab install.
  • Bugs

    2
    By pooya.meister
    This app has bugs. After opening app it has a space from top of the screen.
  • This is in my "Essential Apps" list!

    5
    By Micheal Scott
    Great work!
  • Poor features, even on pro version.

    1
    By ZHUO.QL
    Basically the app is usable, but it lacks some key features, even after upgrading to the pro version : - event link broken: someone comment on an issue, i tap on the event, the app goes to the commit log page. - no issue boards. - doesn't list all issues of all projects under the issue tab(I have at least 4 projects, but it lists issues of only 2 here). - poor markdown editor. - poor diff viewer on commit detail page. - cannot star a project. I'm too tied to list more, but believe me, it is not worth a 5$ payment definitely, even it's not worth the advertising banner on the top(the free version). I will update this review on every update or release, hope the developer will make it better.
  • Couldn't login

    1
    By Tomcat900
    Could never get it to login
  • Very limited without $5 in-app upgrade

    3
    By mgreci
    Yes you can view information about projects (such as activity, issues), but you cannot even view source code or create issues from the app. Something about this makes me just not want to pay an extra $5 when I can just do everything from the mobile site for free. Also had a UI issue in that there is a black bar (15% of screen) across the top of the screen of the app pushing all the content down.

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