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GitHub notifications delivered to your Mac.

😰  Tired of all the notifications noise on GitHub?

Get notified only when:

  • You got @mentioned in a comment.
  • Someone reviewed your Pull Request.
  • Someone requested your review.
  • Checks on your Pull Request failed.
  • All checks on your commit passed (CI/CD).

🧐  Frequently Asked Questions

Why don’t I receive all of my notifications?

We believe only a few GitHub notifications are useful and relevant, so we’re not showing all of them. In case of any issues, feel free to email us at [email protected]

Why don’t I see other people repositories?

Owner of the repository have to install the GitHub app in the repository first. You can click on the “Install GitHub app” button and send them the link to the installation page. They don’t have to install the app.

Why don’t I see some organization repositories?

You need to install GitPigeon app in every organization that you want to receive notifications from.

Why don’t I receive any notifications?

Make sure you have allowed notifications from GitPigeon by opening System Preferences → Notifications. Restarting the app can also help. If the problem persists, email us at [email protected]

Do you plan a version for iOS?

We're working on an iOS app, and you can sign up for the waiting list here.

How about GitLab support?

Sign up here if you are interested.

Will you release a version for Windows or Linux?

We’re not considering supporting other desktop platforms at this moment.

How do you store my data?

When our servers receive events from your repositories, we send you a notification via Apple's servers and don't store any of the data from events. We're using Heroku for running servers and the database. Read our Privacy Policy for more.

Using GitLab? Get email when we release GitPigeon for GitLab.

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