GitHub allows developers to synchronize branches, clone repositories, and more. Pull requests, merge button, fork queue, issues, pages, wiki: all awesome features that make sharing easier. But those things are only great after you've pushed your code to GitHub.
The sync button pushes your changes to GitHub and pulls down other's changes in one operation. It notifies you know when you have changes you haven't pushed or there are new changes on GitHub you haven't pulled down.
Clone repositories in one click:
When you add repositories to GitHub for Mac, we automatically more...
- Detection of default branches for non-GitHub repositories.
- Blank comparison graph when the repository doesn’t have a master branch.
- One more surprising and delightful memory leak.
- The View > History menu item in empty repositories.
- OS X 10.9 or later