SemanticDiff for GitHub - Public Beta

Want to use SemanticDiff with your GitHub repositories?

SemanticDiff for GitHub provides a programming language aware diff with full review capabilities (writing and replying to comments, etc.). It is currently in public beta and can be used for free with public and private GitHub repositories. No strings attached, you will remain on the Community plan after the beta ends.

How To Start

Simply install our GitHub App on your repositories and use our SemanticDiff interface for your reviews.

Here is the step-by-step guide:

Open the App Page

The first step of connecting your repositories is to open our GitHub App page:

Open App Page

Enable our GitHub App on your repositories

Click Install in the top right corner and choose the repositories you want to use SemanticDiff with.

GitHub App installation

Use SemanticDiff with your team

Tell your team members to use SemanticDiff for reviews.

There are several ways how to review a pull request with SemanticDiff. The easiest one to get started is to log in at and click on your user icon:

User repositories

This gives you access to the repository list. From there you can select a repository, click on a pull request and start your first SemanticDiff review.

Check out our documentation for more information.


In the following, we answer some of the most common questions you might have regarding the SemanticDiff GitHub App beta. Please reach out to us if your question is not covered yet.

Where can I report bugs or feedback?

Please open an issue in our public issue tracker or contact us via email at

What happens after the beta?

After the beta period ends, you will remain on the Community plan. However, we will start enforcing the limitations of this plan. If your team exceeds the number of seats included in the Community plan, you will have the option to upgrade to a paid plan to continue using SemanticDiff with your entire team.

Which terms apply when using the app?

Please check out our terms of use and our privacy policy to learn more.

Is my code secure when using the app?

We take code security very seriously and have implemented various measures to protect your data, such as encryption, audit logs, and more. We’re currently in the process of putting together a separate page to give you a better overview. Feel free to reach out to if you have any questions.