Not trying to be confrontational, just trying to be helpful ;-) If you could put some use cases front and center on your website and then obviously link to them from articles like this one, it would make it much easier for people like me to evaluate if I want to take a look at it.
Possible use cases:
- make a quick edit to a pull request you made
- blog using Jekyll
- see what your team has been up to while you are on your way
- look at code where a computer is just not convenient to use, e.g. while commuting
Just to be sure we are not talking on iPhone only, as it is a universal app it runs on iPad and particularly the iPad pro too. The iPad pro focuses on producing rather than consuming and Git2Go fits perfectly into this scheme.
Making the superfluous grapheme smaller and the important graphee larger actually makes logical sense for me. YMMV
I hold out hope that one day we'll all be using Year/Month/Day, but given how slowly the metric conversion is going I hold out little hope (as a Brit I can't apologise enough for the imperial system).