Tower
Tower
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Tower free download for Mac

Tower for Mac

07 October 2021

Version control with Git made easy.

What is Tower for Mac

Tower is a Git client for OS X that makes using Git easy and more efficient. Users benefit from its elegant and comprehensive interface and a feature set that lets them enjoy the full power of Git.

Tower abstracts Git's complexity in an easy-to-use interface. For example, lots of actions can be performed simply via drag-and-drop, and mistakes can be undone easily. Advanced users can increase their productivity with features like single line staging, submodule support, or the file history.

Features:
  • git-svn support
  • File history
  • git-flow support
  • Submodule support
  • git-lfs support
  • Blame view
  • Single-line staging (per-line committing)
  • Cherry-picking
  • Discard chunks/lines
  • Direct Github, Bitbucket, Gitlab, GitSwarm, Beanstalk, Visual Studio Team Services, Team Foundation Server and Rhodecode integration
  • Support for Bitbucket team accounts
  • Support for full-screen and Retina displays
  • Many powerful drag-and-drop features include merge, rebase, push /pull to/from remote, apply stash, create new branch, etc.

What's new in Tower

Version 7.1:
Improved:
  • Commit Composing: You can now disable service integrations for the commit message text view in Preferences -> Editor.
Fixed:
  • Commit Composing: The issue autocomplete window is no longer shown if the service is not supported at the moment.
  • Interactive Rebase: Undo is now possible in the "Edit Commit Message" dialog text views.
  • Working Copy: The implementation of Tower’s Single Line Staging feature has been improved.
  • AutoSquash: Autosquash will now always correctly preserve merge commits.
  • Pull Requests: The warning view now disappears if required data becomes available.
  • User Profiles: The "Manage User Profiles" action from the context menu now opens the correct preference window.
  • Interactive Rebase: We have improved keyboard navigation for interactive rebase dialogs. It is now possible to move focus between the text inputs by pressing the tab key and to submit the dialog by pressing Cmd + Return.
  • Autocomplete: The autocomplete window incorrectly appeared at the bottom of the screen in some cases. This has been fixed.
  • Performance: Opening some GitLab repositories could lead to high CPU usage of Tower. This has been fixed.
  • Working Copy: The commit progress indicator is no longer shown when the commit fails (e.g. because of a hook script).
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What customer like

Performance
Design
User Experience

What needs improvements

Social media integration

Tower qualities

Value
5.0
Ease of use
5.0
Features
5.0
Reliability
5.0
Customer support
5.0
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f.anton
f.anton
Sep 19 2021
7.0
0.0
Sep 19 2021
0.0
Version: 7.0
Where can I buy version 2?
anonymous-quail-6199
anonymous-quail-6199
Apr 26 2021
6.4
5.0
Apr 26 2021
5.0
Version: 6.4
The best GUI git client for Mac OS. It is free for students :-)
nathanielstarkman
nathanielstarkman
Apr 8 2021
6.4
5.0
Apr 8 2021
5.0
Version: 6.4
It's by far my favorite git client for the Mac!
Supermueller
Supermueller
Mar 17 2021
6.3
5.0
Mar 17 2021
5.0
Version: 6.3
The ability to undo mistakes by just hitting cmd-Z stands for the philosophy of Tower: Making the use of Git easy, intuitive and accessible for noobs. In the time I am working with Tower I had never the need to run Git in the terminal – and that’s great.
flosit
flosit
Jun 25 2020
5.0
5.0
Jun 25 2020
5.0
Version: 5.0
Super happy with version 5. It finally allows to ignore whitespace changes in the diff view!! diffs for untracked files is also much appreciated. Btw. even if you don’t use Tower check out their learning platform. They offer free video tutorials, books, cheat sheets etc. - mainly around Git (even on the command line), but also other topics for developers.
kia_h
kia_h
Jun 17 2020
4.5
5.0
Jun 17 2020
5.0
Version: 4.5
Tower is a fundamental part of my workflow. I couldn’t work without it. The undo feature alone is worth the price. They ship new updates frequently and the support goes out of its way to help (even with questions unrelated to Tower). If you develop software professionally, I can really recommend it.
jericomoeyersons
jericomoeyersons
Jun 12 2020
4.5
4.0
Jun 12 2020
4.0
Version: 4.5
I've used Tower for a couple of years. I prefer the single cost of purchasing Tower in the beginning, but now I can enjoy the full Tower experience as a student. It is a good GIT client, with a nice GUI, easy and straightforward to work with. The montly subscription as a non student is in my terms a little bit to high
LuxLogica
LuxLogica
Mar 23 2020
4.2
3.0
Mar 23 2020
3.0
Version: 4.2
Tower is arguably still the most mature GUI git client out there: it has a vast array of features, super stable, excellent documentation, and presented in an UI that has been copied by many. I would give it 5 stars, but unfortunately, the subscription business model the company chose to adopt is universally hated - and it is extremely pricey. At $70/year for an individual developer, or $100/user/year if you work in a team, they are severely limiting their user-base. Tower is a solid tool, and most regular users wouldn't mind paying these prices for a lifetime license - or might even be willing to put up with a subscription model, if the pricing was about a quarter of what it is now. But at these prices, people will be constantly looking for 'something better' - and now, with tools like Fork, GitFinder and Sublime Merge, there are a growing number of options. Loose 1 star for subscription model, another star for being overpriced.
tomwats
tomwats
Feb 20 2020
4.1
4.0
Feb 20 2020
4.0
Version: 4.1
Tower is now free for students, teachers and universities/schools (used to be 50% off).
waryuser
waryuser
Feb 6 2020
4.0
1.0
Feb 6 2020
1.0
Version: 4.0
Check out Fork. Not sure where MacUpdate recommendations thing went.
Al404
Al404
Feb 5 2020
4.0
1.0
Feb 5 2020
1.0
Version: 4.0
Please go back to single license model!
svoop
svoop
Sep 16 2019
3.5.0
1.0
Sep 16 2019
1.0
Version: 3.5.0
I've used Tower since 2011, seen it grow, mature and it no doubt implements quite an intuitive UI on top of git. However, unless you're really using every single feature on a daily bases, the price tag is just to hefty in the light of the countless alternatives. To add just two more to the list: Both git support in Atom as well as the Fork git client (both free) are under constant development and falls short in less and less situations. Nonetheless, I would have stayed with Tower if they hadn't switched to subscription and I might switch back should they decide to drop it again. So only one star – not for poor implementation but for the pricey subscription model.
Mindplay
Mindplay
Jan 19 2019
3.2.1
1.0
Jan 19 2019
1.0
Version: 3.2.1
Ridiculous pricing... Good app though, but overall value/price just bottomed.
Aaronk
Aaronk
Oct 11 2018
3.2.0
0.5
Oct 11 2018
0.5
Version: 3.2.0
$99 a year to push PRs to my self-hosted git repo when there are capable alternatives for free? $70 for version 2 was already at the upper end for this type of software and I happily paid it. I'm using version 2.6.6 still and it works fine. $99 a year for version 3 is not something I can justify to my employer when my co-workers are using SourceTree or VSCode for free.
MacDefender
MacDefender
Oct 7 2018
3.2.0
0.5
Oct 7 2018
0.5
Version: 3.2.0
As a long timer customer of Tower 2 im sorry to say that Tower 3 is not worth a penny as i REALLY HATE subscription based models. Will never again buy anything from this company. And you can use git for free and there are already better alternatives out there with nice GUIs.
tomwats
tomwats
Sep 24 2018
3.2.0
4.0
Sep 24 2018
4.0
Version: 3.2.0
Finally with dark mode!
Al404
Al404
Sep 20 2018
3.1.2
1.0
Sep 20 2018
1.0
Version: 3.1.2
Subscription LOL no way!
t-19
t-19
Sep 11 2018
3.1.1
5.0
Sep 11 2018
5.0
Version: 3.1.1
Simply and truly the best Git client out there. The new features are absolutely awesome: Pull Requests lets me create and manage my GitHub PRs right from the desktop; and I can finally use Interactive Rebase without breaking my head, just using drag and drop. Love the app!
Zxi
Zxi
Aug 29 2018
3.1.1
0.5
Aug 29 2018
0.5
Version: 3.1.1
Long time user since V1. The new pricing model in V3 is insane so I will stay with v2. I use IntelliJ more than Tower, and it cost the same price as Tower. Once you stop paying the annual fee, you fall back to last version though. It seems this is a decision from a bunch of stupid sales.
anonymous-swordtail-5389
anonymous-swordtail-5389
Jul 25 2018
3.1.0
1.0
Jul 25 2018
1.0
Version: 3.1.0
Just… no. I used this app when it was in 2.x, and I must say I liked it quite a bit. Mostly the UI, I guess. The functionality and under-the-hood conditions were less enjoyable, and the dev would prioritize whatever sold copies (at least on paper?…), rather than fixing core issues with app's performance. Version 3 was a chance to remedy a lot of such things, but instead, after I'd say pretty short beta period (and I believe just 2-3 beta releases before final) - the app was released, and now it's subscription (liked the release notes pretty much saying - "well, you guys probably expected that, right?"). And the core performance issues still not fixed. And there's STILL not ETA (the tickets for that were up for 2 years). So I thought… well, I just vote with my wallet and NOT support this dev anymore. That said, in a quest for a replacement, I found a really nice app which is mentioned below - called Fork. The UI is a bit less polished, but it still is good in its own way. The app is very performant (no need to wait for seconds OR MINUTES for Tower to update my larger repos status), is very easy to use and seems to be made by someone who actually knows how write good software that's good not only on the surface and it pretty much is all I need. What's more, it's free. But I'd happily pay. Not subscription happily, but a good "standard" dev tools price. Bad move, fournova…
anonymous-aardvark-5714
anonymous-aardvark-5714
Jul 22 2018
3.0.2
0.5
Jul 22 2018
0.5
Version: 3.0.2
Good app, not perfect but good. I was thinking to buy a license for version 3 after being a beta tester. I saw the price and the subscription model. I nope out the here. Sorry, it's just a total deal breaker.

PS/ I recommend to all of you to check "fork". It looks really good and it's free for now.
11thhour
11thhour
Jul 12 2018
3.0.2
0.5
Jul 12 2018
0.5
Version: 3.0.2
Like everyone else I loved this app but, with subscription and the cost of said subscription, will be moving to something else.
ChrisDaemon
ChrisDaemon
Jul 12 2018
3.0.2
0.5
Jul 12 2018
0.5
Version: 3.0.2
1/2 star for Subscription model. The nerve! I'll recommend the video course for GIT, since they got me to understand and love the technology, but that's that. For a GUI, look elsewhere.
Al404
Al404
Jul 10 2018
3.0.1
1.0
Jul 10 2018
1.0
Version: 3.0.1
Too bad they chose to go on subscription model, it WAS a good app
LuxLogica
LuxLogica
Jul 8 2018
3.0.1
3.0
Jul 8 2018
3.0
Version: 3.0.1
Have used and loved Tower for many years - and also beta tested version 3. Like many of the reviewers here, I also feel somewhat betrayed by the change in business model: subscription-ware is my pet hate, and I, too, will be abandoning Tower.
macaliasmac
macaliasmac
Jul 3 2018
3.0.1
0.5
Jul 3 2018
0.5
Version: 3.0.1
How much!?!?! Ha-ha-ha-ha....! I really hate subscriptions anyway but that's just taking the mick. T*ssers. Ok, time to get better and quicker at the Terminal. It's only a GUI after all.
Kris-nx
Kris-nx
Jul 3 2018
3.0.1
0.0
Jul 3 2018
0.0
Version: 3.0.1
Sad to see another good app go subscription. I moved to Tower as a replacement for GitBox -- which I'm fairly sure has been abandoned, but still working. I'll use Tower 2 until it no longer works as I have no interest in subscribing. Besides, I find myself using the command line more than half the time. Tower along with other GIT GUI's are just a nice way of keeping things organized.
Hans_K
Hans_K
Jun 29 2018
3.0.1
0.5
Jun 29 2018
0.5
Version: 3.0.1
I used to love Tower, I even beta tested v3. When the mail arrived that v3 was released I took my creditcard, ready to pay. Until I read Tower became subscription based. Ridiculous. I hate subscription models. Besides, Tower has become ridiculously expensive. So, I am out. No sale. I keep using v2 or move to other software altogether. Had they kept an identical licensing model, I would still be using Tower. What a pity.
R1000m
R1000m
Jun 28 2018
3.0.1
0.0
Jun 28 2018
0.0
Version: 3.0.1
I loved this software. And charging an upgrade fee would be OK after all this time. But I don't think they have priced their subscription reasonably at all. Can you say crazy expensive? Also, I hate subscriptions. Luckily, there are a few alternatives now (perhaps not as good as Tower 2?), and Tower 2 is pretty solid and not going to stop working immediately. I hope they stay in business, but they'll have to do so without me.
Moxiesozo
Moxiesozo
Jun 27 2018
2.6.6
0.0
Jun 27 2018
0.0
Version: 2.6.6
Version 3.0.1 has been released. Now subscription-based.
ChikabuZ
ChikabuZ
Feb 14 2018
2.6.4
5.0
Feb 14 2018
5.0
Version: 2.6.4
Cool
LuxLogica
LuxLogica
May 9 2017
2.6.0
3.0
May 9 2017
3.0
Version: 2.6.0
Excellent, feature-full git client, with a polished interface. But what is really the icing on the cake here is the extensive high-quality online manual and video series which the company makes available free for all using their app: it teaches all about git, as well as Tower, and is invaluable for newbies and regular users alike.
Philosopherdog
Philosopherdog
Feb 17 2017
2.6.0
4.0
Feb 17 2017
4.0
Version: 2.6.0
I was using SourceTree for the longest time and the CL. I grew disenchanted with SourceTree and started checking out some different clients. Gitup was definitely a consideration, but the default font is way too small for my eyes. I ended up buying Tower because I like the clean, native UI. My main gripe is that the font size cannot be changed. This is a major usability issue. Luckily the default font size is a bit bigger than Gitup, but I would love to see font sizing added. It's a very basic accessibility issue for many users to have decent sized fonts.
anonymous-swordtail-5389
anonymous-swordtail-5389
Feb 1 2017
2.6.0
1.0
Feb 1 2017
1.0
Version: 2.6.0
A nice tool, but developers seem to prioritize larger features above smaller quality of life improvements. Working on rather large codebases (in terms of both number of files, file sizes, and any combination of these), I find visual feedback lacking when Tower/git work behind the scenes. There's nearly ZERO indication that something's happening at all (files being scanned for changes, staged, committed). Contacted devs, was basically told that I'm not a normal/average kind of user (yeah, right) and most of the users work on much smaller codebases (well duh… too bad the kind of web dev I do is media rich and build systems are complicated and require lots of files/libs). Understandable, but things like "in-progress" indication for potentially long operation is 101 of UI/UX and it completely escapes me how devs live with such a non-polished approach to their own otherwise pretty nice UI. Second time (after several months from original request) I tried to remind them the problem still persists they didn't even respond. Not cool. Let's do the right thing and make it 5 stars, guys.
Londonskater
Londonskater
Dec 28 2016
2.5.3
5.0
Dec 28 2016
5.0
Version: 2.5.3
Improvements have been steady and good, Tower is an excellent git client. Sourcetree has gotten worse, and Tower has gotten better. In daily use, in fact, permanently open.
r-owen
r-owen
Sep 14 2016
2.5.0
0.0
Sep 14 2016
0.0
Version: 2.5.0
I encourage you to try both Tower and SourceTree before making a decision. I am glad there is competition, but every time I check out Tower I go back to SourceTree. I primarily use a git GUI to view history, and for that I personally find SourceTree much more pleasant. Here are some reasons: - In SourceTree's history view I can launch an external diff of a single file. Tower does not support that, much to my surprise. In both cases the in-app diff usually suffices, but occasionally I want a better diff for one or two files (not all at once, the way Tower does). - When I click on a node of the graph in SourceTree I immediately see the diffs. Tower makes me open disclosure triangles or click "Expand All" every time. - SourceTree's history graph shows all branch names associated with each node; Tower's does not, unless you use the larger commit size and make the graph panel very wide so the names are not truncated to "...". This is fairly minor, and I suspect one can get used to either. - When I view the git log of a file in SourceTree it shows me the commits I expect to see, whereas Tower includes commits I don't recognize. I'm not sure what is going on there, but suspect I'm seeing some commits I squashed away. If so, being able to see squashed commits sounds useful, but I don't want it on by default. Oddly enough, neither one seems to have good support for interactive rebase. I'd like to be able to select a range of commits to start an interactive rebase, and as far as I can see neither one does this properly. SourceTree shows me just two of the commits. Tower doesn't support interactive rebase at all. The command line is fine except I hate having to count the # of commits. You should try both out and decide for yourself. I appreciate that Tower gets regular updates, and $80 seems a fair price for a well written and well maintained git GUI. However, I strongly prefer the UI in SourceTree for viewing history, and use the command line for everything else.
emce
emce
Jun 2 2015
2.2.1
5.0
Jun 2 2015
5.0
Version: 2.2.1
I really love this app. It cleans up and simplifies my workflow so much. If $59 seems like a lot, give it a little time and I guarantee you'll see it's easily worth that.
Xplicit
Xplicit
Feb 9 2015
2.1.7
5.0
Feb 9 2015
5.0
Version: 2.1.7
This is such a good app. Clean UI, fast and reliable, very responsive developers. Much much easier to use than source tree. Saves me a lot of time. 59 bucks is quite a bargain for this tool. Great work guys, thanks.
Bazineta
Bazineta
Sep 9 2014
2.0.6
5.0
Sep 9 2014
5.0
Version: 2.0.6
Have been using this app for about 2 years now; I could not be without it. The features in 2.x, in particular, git-flow support, make for a great upgrade. Had someone told me that this would make use of git intuitive, I would have, frankly, laughed at them, but it definitely meets that bar.
Xplicit
Xplicit
Aug 12 2014
2.0.1
5.0
Aug 12 2014
5.0
Version: 2.0.1
v2.0.3 is out
MarcelT
MarcelT
Jul 28 2014
2.0.1
5.0
Jul 28 2014
5.0
Version: 2.0.1
I am a user from (appr.) day one. I have always been a big fan of Tower although I did not like all decisions made by the developers. With version 2 I am really really happy. Not much to wish for anymore :)
macpayne
macpayne
Jul 26 2014
2.0.1
5.0
Jul 26 2014
5.0
Version: 2.0.1
I like the latest 2.0 version. The UI / UX has significant improvement. It also allows you to manage your github,bitbucket and beanstalk accounts easily
brandt
brandt
Sep 22 2013
1.5.0
5.0
Sep 22 2013
5.0
Version: 1.5.0
I bought Tower back in Aug. 2012. So after a little over a year with it, here's my take: Tower sets itself above the rest by making Git more accessible to mere mortals without abstracting away Git's powerful features. # For new users: Tower helps take some of the edge off Git's steep learning curve by providing a clean GUI that faithfully represents what Git is actually doing under-the-hood. So as you use Tower, you learn Git. # For more advanced users: If you're already proficient in Git, you're probably looking for a tool that helps you efficiently navigate a source tree and its history. Having used GitX, Github for Mac, and SourceTree, I'd say Tower provides the best "situational awareness" while digging through a repo. It also takes some of the pain out of dealing with submodules. # Criticism The only UX quirks I've come across are: - Branching off of HEAD could be a little easier (e.g. a button in the title bar). - It'd be nice to have a character count on the commit message title for those of us who try to keep it under 50 characters. Fournova seems very responsive to user feedback, so I'll send those in as feature requests. # Verdict Even with all the great free Git GUIs out there, getting Tower was worth it. It's just that good.
signalprocessor
signalprocessor
Mar 18 2013
1.4.18
5.0
Mar 18 2013
5.0
Version: 1.4.18
Tower is my favorite git client for the Mac, aside from the command line. It's still not perfect, but has replaced the need for GitHub for my development team- everything we need is supplied by Tower, replacing some of the nice features GitHub offered. (Tower is by no means a replacement for GitHub, it just happened to cover our needs.)
NiravBhatt
NiravBhatt
Feb 19 2013
1.4.16
3.5
Feb 19 2013
3.5
Version: 1.4.16
Pretty decent. I find it does not work very well on large repositories though as it becomes unresponsive. To be fair, I have not found an alternative that does work really well on large repositories.
Londonskater
Londonskater
Feb 14 2013
1.4.15
5.0
Feb 14 2013
5.0
Version: 1.4.15
A good app, but average. I personally bought four licences for my staff and we use it frequently. But, it lacks features. And parts of the UI are ambiguous and the repository management is non-existent. Once you have a lot of repos to manage, it's a mess. And it's far from stable, there are lockup and crashes and stalls that plague it from time to time. The company are very responsive, to be fair, but in light of the FREE SourceTree which supports git-flow, and Mercurial, and really exposes the advanced features of Git, it's a no brainer. Use SourceTree. Tower is good, but they REALLY need to boost it past SourceTree to make it worth buying.
evilinstone
evilinstone
Aug 1 2012
1.4.10
0.0
Aug 1 2012
0.0
Version: 1.4.10
What about app in Mac App Store?
Manis
Manis
Jul 27 2012
1.4.9
4.5
Jul 27 2012
4.5
Version: 1.4.9
Just compiled it for my G5. Runs unexpectedly good, except that Preferences don't open. If you want to do so too: - Compile git from source - Place it in Tower.app/Contents/Resources/git I don't understand why they don't offer PowerPC support out of the box, to be honest.
Xplicit
Xplicit
Mar 6 2012
1.4.3
5.0
Mar 6 2012
5.0
Version: 1.4.3
This is definitely the best git frontend. Switching repositories quickly, creating new or cloning remote ones all that is no hassle anymore. And there are many more features. The interface is quite good, sometimes it could be a bit more intuitive though. Ok, Tower is a little pricey but since it saves so much time it's well worth it.
Teksestro
Teksestro
Nov 21 2011
1.2.7
4.0
Nov 21 2011
4.0
Version: 1.2.7
Wonderful app - good interface, stable, and feature-full. I have to agree with the other posters, however, that the pricing makes it a deal breaker for me. Compare with GitBox (currently $20), and SourceTree (currently FREE), and the $60 tag seems to be out-of-touch with the market.
Geccoh
Geccoh
Oct 21 2011
1.2.1
4.0
Oct 21 2011
4.0
Version: 1.2.1
With 1.2.0, nice colourful toolbar icons have changed to ugly Grey ones :(
Christoph-S-Ackermann
Christoph-S-Ackermann
Apr 6 2011
1.1.0
5.0
Apr 6 2011
5.0
Version: 1.1.0
A very nice piece of software! Makes git easy to me... A bit expensive but it's okay for this.
Londonskater
Londonskater
Mar 4 2011
1.0.5
5.0
Mar 4 2011
5.0
Version: 1.0.5
Tower is a well-designed product with excellent usability and a very attractive interface. It's easy to set up projects, clone them, do all the usual stuff, but it offers nothing over the command line, especially for the rather high price. I can't see a way for any developers to justify these prices unless they start adding features that actually improve and aid the workflow. A good start would be to, say, add git-flow support. Money aside, this is a fine program and the developers were quite responsive during the beta. I am reverting, however, to SmartGit.
Robert-Sanford
Robert-Sanford
Mar 3 2011
1.0.5
4.0
Mar 3 2011
4.0
Version: 1.0.5
I use Tower to manage a world-wide group of developers. It makes it easy to check what was done by each person on a daily basis. Great UI and easy for new developers to use.
Veryvito
Veryvito
Feb 24 2011
1.0.3
5.0
Feb 24 2011
5.0
Version: 1.0.3
Crazy good support from the developer! Open to suggestions and quick to act. Thanks!
Grfx-Guru
Grfx-Guru
Feb 9 2011
0.9.48
4.0
Feb 9 2011
4.0
Version: 0.9.48
Being reasonably new to GIT and having tried a few tools each time resorting back to the terminal, I have to say Tower really impresses me.
duncan-4
duncan-4
Jan 20 2011
0.9.45
4.0
Jan 20 2011
4.0
Version: 0.9.45
makes version control easy, almost fun has a depth of features but still very usable for newbs
fonginator
fonginator
Dec 19 2010
0.9.39
0.0
Dec 19 2010
0.0
Version: 0.9.39
Been playing with Tower for a bit and I generally like it, although I do find it slower than GitX for basic usage. The main problem I have, though, is that pricing for the final product remains unannounced and the developer hasn't indicated (AFAIK) whether beta testers will be given discounts on the final product's cost. While others may be OK beta testing an upcoming commercial product at their own time and expense, I'd prefer to see some reciprocity in the form of free or discounted registrations.
mmac79
mmac79
Dec 9 2010
0.9.23
5.0
Dec 9 2010
5.0
Version: 0.9.23
awesome software! even at this early release phase. using it all the time allready. thanks guys.
Cottser
Cottser
Dec 1 2010
0.9.23
4.5
Dec 1 2010
4.5
Version: 0.9.23
This may not be the Git client everyone's been waiting for, but it's certainly the one *I* have been waiting for. Highly recommended!
Mark-Everitt
Mark-Everitt
Nov 29 2010
0.9.23
0.0
Nov 29 2010
0.0
Version: 0.9.23
Wow, two new git user interfaces in one day? Weird!
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