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    Fork Alternatives

    Fork is described as 'A fast and friendly git client for Mac and Windows' and is a popular Git Client in the Development category. There are more than 25 alternatives to Fork for a variety of platforms, including Mac, Windows, Linux, Android and Android Tablet. The best alternative is SmartGit. It's not free, so if you're looking for a free alternative, you could try GitKraken Client or GitAhead. Other great apps like Fork are Sourcetree (Free), GitHub Desktop (Free, Open Source), TortoiseGit (Free, Open Source) and Git Extensions (Free, Open Source).

    This page was last updated Dec 31, 2021

    1. SmartGit is a front-end for the distributed version control system Git and runs on Windows, Mac OS X and Linux. SmartGit is intended for developers who prefer a graphical user interface over a command line client, to be even more productive with Git.
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    2. Millions of developers and teams around the world choose GitKraken Client to make Git more visual and accessible with an intuitive UI, the flexibility to switch between a GUI or a terminal, and a seamless experience across operating systems.
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      GitKraken Client vs Fork opinions
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      somepeter The technical foundation of the Electron framework made this app sluggish while not even offering many features at the time I was trying it out. The biggest thing about it appeared to be the budget for advertising and creating a hype.
      Negative comment about 2 months ago

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    3. GitAhead lets you filter results and performs advanced searches. It shows you exactly what you need to see and makes navigating through thousands of commits a piece of cake.

      Discontinued

      No longer under active development, per info in repo at https://github.com/gitahead/gitahead#please-note

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    4. A powerful Mac and Windows client for Mercurial and Git distributed version control systems. Sourcetree strips away the complexity of DVCS and makes it usable for mere mortals.
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      Sourcetree vs Fork opinions
      pros, cons and recent comments
      somepeter Before using Fork I used Sourcetree. It was a great sidekick when integrated version control support of IDEs were insufficient. However it is not that snappy and offers less features. The diff views are not as good as they could be.
      Comment about 2 months ago

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    5. Simple collaboration from your desktop GitHub Desktop is a seamless way to contribute to projects on GitHub and GitHub Enterprise. Available for Mac and Windows
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    6. TortoiseGit is a Windows Shell Interface to Git and based on TortoiseSVN. It's open source and can fully be build with freely available software. Since it's not an integration for a specific IDE like...
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    7. Git Extensions is a standalone UI tool for managing git repositories. It also integrates with Windows Explorer and Microsoft Visual Studio (2010/2012/2013/2015/2017). Linux is supported by 2.51 version with some issues.
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    8. gitg is a git repository viewer targeting gtk+/GNOME. One of its main objectives is to provide a more unified user experience for git frontends across multiple desktops.
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    9. Tower is a native desktop Git client for both macOS and Windows. The app gives developers, designers, and non-technical people easy access to the full power of Git with features such as Pull Requests, Interactive Rebase, Image Diffing, Quick Actions, Undo and much more.
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    10. Sublime Merge is a fast and intuitive git client built on the same performant platform as Sublime Text. FEATURES - integrated three-way merge tool, - side-by-side diffs - powerful search - syntax highlighting
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