Browsers/Viewers versus git/svn clients
To be clear, these apps don’t really offer much in terms of editing code or repository push/pull. However, most offer a way to review code or code status & history (and some include syntax highlighting of the viewed code).
I generally prefer the universal apps (Code Viewer 2, Source Code, Magic Bean) and the iPad app (GitHub Viewer). The GitHub Viewer, Unfuddle app and Beanstalk apps are easiest to setup. The Unfuddle app seems more suited to monitor the repository and tracking /managing issues. I can’t speak to “Magic Bean” as much since I didn’t buy that one, but I do like that it is for both iPhone and iPad.
The full list of git and svn apps I evaluated
Code Viewer 2 [iPad & iPhone, App Store currently $5.99] – Checkout to browser/view with syntax highlighting for many file types. Not for editing.
Source Code [iPad & iPhone, App Store currently $1.99] – Slightly easier to connect to repo, no syntax highlighting
GitHub Viewer Lite [iPad only, App Store currently free] – Nice for browsing and seeing who is active with a repository.
GitHub Viewer [iPad only, App Store currently $0.99] - Nice for browsing and seeing who is active with a repository.
Unfuddle [iPhone only, App Store currently free] – Check/manage repo & issues on-the-go.
Magic Bean [iPad & iPhone, App Store currently $2.99] – For browsing and checking status, Works on both iPhone and iPad. Not fully evaluated.
Habichuelas Lite [iPhone only, App Store currently free] – Nice for browsing and seeing who is active with a repository.
Habichuelas [iPhone only, App Store currently $2.99] - Nice for browsing and seeing who is active with a repository. Not fully evaluated.
Found any others of interest? Please comment.