Oh My Star – Best way to keep your Github Stars 1.1.8
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Oh My Star, the best way to organise your Github Stars. Only for OS X.
‘If you are Github player, you should try this awesome application to keep your starts’ repo organised.’ —-jxdwinter
‘It’s very useful for a deep github user !!!’ —-vitoziv
‘I can handle my thousands starred repos now!!’ —-RoCry
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Oh My Star provides a convenient way to manage your starred Github repositories. You can easily use Oh My Star to view, group, organise your GitHub Stars.
– View your starred repositories. (update automatically)
– Group your starred repositories.
– Sort your starred repositories. (by name, rate, date added)
– Add tags to your starred repositories.
– Rate your starred repositories.
– Copy your starred repository’s git clone url.
– Easy to read Readme file.
– Search your starred repositories. (by name, tag, description, and in a specified language)
– Backup with iCloud.
Using Oh My Star, you can easily view all your starred repositories on GitHub. It will automatically fetch and update your stars.
If you want to take a quick glimpse of others’ stars, Oh My Star will be here. You can easily and quickly view others’ starred repositories using Oh My Start.
Putting some starred repositories in a group will be the most efficient way to organize your stars.
But also can you customize a perfect management style for you only
Sorting your starred repositories by name, rate, date will provide a simple way to find a repository.
By Searching name, tag, description, a specified language in all of your repositories, you can easily and exactly find which repositories you want.
Oh My Star is also a great way to share starred repositories with friends. You can copy a whole group of repositories and send these favorite repositories to your friends
Oh My Star can sync your data through all your devices by iCloud. Your data will be available anytime you need it.