Fork
Fork
2.7
5.0
0.0
Fork free download for Mac

Fork for Mac2.7

25 April 2021

Fast and friendly git client.

What is Fork for Mac

Fork is a fast and friendly git client.

  • Basic features: Fetch, pull, push | Commit, amend | Create and delete branches and tags | Create and delete remote repos | Checkout branch or revision | Cherry-pick, revert | Merge, rebase | Stashes | Submodules
  • Work with repository: Create, clone or add existing repos | Open recent repository quickly
  • Commit view: Stage / unstage changes line-by-line | Access to recent commit messages
  • More features: Browse the repository file tree at any commit | Intuitive merge conflict resolving | See your stashes right in the commit list

You may use Fork for free evaluation or buy for personal and commercial use. More information here.

What's new in Fork

Version 2.7:
  • Mark unread GitHub notifications
  • Introduce bash custom commands
  • Add remote details to repository manager view
  • Replace star icon with pin
  • Fixed: Clone dialog doesn't show repository list for custom services
  • Fixed: Bitbucket doesn't show all repos to clone
  • Fixed: Image details are cropped on small images
  • Fixed: Amend checkbox remains enabled after skipping pre-commit hook
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Philosopherdog
Philosopherdog
Dec 5 2020
2.1
5.0
Dec 5 2020
5.0
Version: 2.1
It's great but not free. It is $50 and well worth it. It's the git gui I use daily.
r-owen
r-owen
Oct 23 2020
1.0.99
4.0
Oct 23 2020
4.0
Version: 1.0.99
I bought a copy but find myself using SourceTree by preference. Fork is very good and worth a try, but I prefer Fork because: * SourceTree lets me compare the current uncommitted state to any prior commit. Fork cannot, nor can any other git client I have tried, including Tower and sublime merge. SourceTree does it superbly; the local changes are shown in history as the top node, rather than in a separate panel as Fork does. * I find the display more readable. The font Fork uses is small and there's no way to adjust it. * SourceTree can show the text of an annotated git tag (though it's a bit clumsy). Fork doesn't support it at all. Of course Fork has advantages as well. The interactive rebase support is better than SourceTree. The merge support may be better. I found Fork tech support unresponsive (i.e. no better than SourceTree), which is disappointing for a paid app. I sent several emails and never got a reply. Fork is promising and I intend to keep an eye on it, along with sublime merge.
pe-macupdate
pe-macupdate
Apr 14 2020
1.0.92
5.0
Apr 14 2020
5.0
Version: 1.0.92
Fork is *not* free. At least it isn't free anymore. On one of my Macs I got a friendly nag screen yesterday, asking(!) me to purchase Fork in order to fund further development of the application. I immediately checked on their website, and indeed - there is a price of 49.99$ listed, together with the subtitle 'free evaluation'. So at some point in time they obviously switched to a kind of shareware model - use is free within certain limits, but then they ask you to buy the software. Which is exactly what I did, mostly because I like the tool and have used it for a couple of years now, and I think it's a fair price for the value. While it's a pity that Fork isn't free anymore, I really appreciate that I now have a sensible option to support its development and contribute to Fork becoming better and staying in the market instead of becoming another tool I have to replace sooner or later. I hope some more users will follow suit.
Thehobbo
Thehobbo
Jul 5 2019
1.0.81
5.0
Jul 5 2019
5.0
Version: 1.0.81
My Tower (git app) license expired and the app literally stopped working. Being sick of paying annual fees I tried Fork and I won't be going back. Oh my. Easy to use, fast, intuitive. I can't fault Fork.
Stefano-Cecere
Stefano-Cecere
Feb 11 2019
1.0.73.5
5.0
Feb 11 2019
5.0
Version: 1.0.73.5
Fork has become my first and preferred Git client (on both Mac and Win), before that i used a mix of SourceTree and GitHub Desktop (sorry Tower i can't pay 60$/year for a git client)

it's very fast, faster than SourceTree, very nice, good UI, all the features we need daily (GitHub desktop is still too naive)

i just hope they can keep up with the development (how can it be free not being opensource?=
anonymous-aardvark-5714
anonymous-aardvark-5714
Jul 22 2018
1.0.69
4.0
Jul 22 2018
4.0
Version: 1.0.69
really good app! not perfect and with a lot of work ahead. I use it almost everyday.
Teksestro
Teksestro
Sep 6 2017
1.0.55
0.0
Sep 6 2017
0.0
Version: 1.0.55
Program is excellent, but will be very reluctant to change from other more well-established tools unless the developer clearly outlines what the charges will be, once it's out of beta. Would be willing to beta test, but only if I knew that this is not going to be subscription-ware, and what the pricing is likely to be.
pietz
pietz
Jun 18 2017
1.0.48
5.0
Jun 18 2017
5.0
Version: 1.0.48
havent had a single problem with fork. very intuitive and fast. id like some info on the pricing after it exits beta status, because there are several great git clients out there in the paid field. updates fly in on a regular basis, so im happy to support the project if the price is right.
waryuser
waryuser
Jan 13 2017
1.0.35
0.0
Jan 13 2017
0.0
Version: 1.0.35
Can't tell if this will be free when it launches or not. Can't find the developer on twitter to ask. We shall see.
Ervins Strauhmanis
Ervins Strauhmanis
Dec 9 2016
1.0.33
5.0
Dec 9 2016
5.0
Version: 1.0.33
It may soon well be that this kind of utensil will replace a traditional fork, as we spend more and more time in a digital world and consume dishes made of ones and zeroes. But anyway, Fork is a very nice desert fork. Other forks, which are more like dinner forks, including Tower and SmartGit, allow you to consume a main course and are meant for a 'serious' food. This Fork is light and shiny, and is just right for a sweet desert. Personally, I have a sweet tooth and can practically live on deserts! And if I needed to, I'm pretty sure Fork would allow me to handle a salad and a sautéed vegetables dish too.
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  • OS X 10.11.0 or later
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