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  • Bee for MacOS

    3 reviews

    The stunningly beautiful, fully-native issue tracker that you will want to use.

    Effortless connectivity direct to your existing JIRA, GitHub or Manuscript server.

    You'll get more stuff done and your team will love that you now actually update your issues instead of leaving them hanging.

    Great support, great tool, good outlook going forward. I'll have to write more when I have more time. :D

  • DevHub [removed]

    2 reviews

    It improved my response time to open source issues. It gave me better visibility for remote organizations I work for.

  • Roundup

    Roundup was born out of frustration with keeping up to date with our hundreds of starred GitHub repositories.

    Its first iteration is an email digest aggregating major releases from repos you’ve selected.

    We'd love to hear your thoughts on what we should build next.

  • Frankly

    A dashboard of issues and PRs across GitHub repositories.
  • SprintHub

    SprintHub is a fully automated Backlog and Kanban board for your GitHub issues. It uses milestones as Backlog items and Issues as tasks, nicely oranized in a simple Kanban view. SprintHub is being updated automatically when working with GitHub issues and milestones. It helps you to stay focused at all times.

  • Conversational GitHub Project Management

    A new friction free way to manage work
    Plan, track & update issues in Slack without context switch.
    Automated nudges to spot & act on bottlenecks.
    Actionable reports for insights on the go.
    Noise free actionable notifications.
    Free forever for up to 10 users
  • GitHub Open With

    Open your Github repository with 3rd party web IDEs

    When navigating to any github repository, you can click on the green code button and see new options:
    - Open in Github1s
    - Open in StackBlitz
    - Open in CodeSandbox