GitHub’s mobile app is designed to help developers manage projects, organize tasks, give feedback about issues, and respond to comments while away from their computers.
GitHub notifications appear in an inbox that looks like an inbox of emails, so you can quickly scroll through tasks to save them or mark them as complete. If someone trusts your feedback, you can also respond to comments with emoji that might come in handy to get a project started or continued.
The app allows you to view code, but you are not authorized to edit any code within the application. This proves that GitHub’s mobile app is actually a “companion app”. So it’s true to say that GitHub is an assistant that developers can use on the go to create digital products.