GitHub has integrated issue tracking that makes hunting and solving bugs easy. Each project's issues page can be filtered by closed issues, assignees, labels and milestones. Issues are also sortable by age, number of comments and update time.
GitHub only offers two states for issues, which makes following your team's workflow cumbersome. There are solutions that have been built on top of Github, but then you have your information in two places.
Bitbucket offers unlimited private repositories for free, as long as the number of members in a team is not larger than 5. In other words, it does not charge for each number of private repository, instead it charges by the number of team members.
If your organization has Subversion or Mercurial repositories, you can manage all of them with one tool. This makes it easier for teams to find the information they are looking for and getting things done.
The Launchpad UI is very outdated and it's not very user friendly. Browsing code is a hassle because everything is a few levels deep. Unlike other code hosting services, which have an intuitive UI and users can go virtually anywhere from the main view, Launchpad's main view of a repository...