Gitfox

The foxy Git client for Mac

#5 Product of the DayJuly 12, 2019
The fast and light Git client built exclusively for Mac.
Discussion
Would you recommend this product?
No reviews yet
Tim Apple :')
Upvote (4)Share
What sets Gitfox apart from Fork (forkapp.io)?
Upvote (4)Share
Maker
@keirwilliams Full-Text Search, Multiple Identities, Drag & Drop, Clean UI, Project Linking, Markdown Render - if I didn't miss something :)
@keirwilliams @era86 Fork has Drag & Drop and Clean UI.
Upvote (1)Share
Maker
Hello! I created Gitfox because I like native macOS apps. While there are surely many options out there, Gitfox tries to be a good Mac citizen without sacrificing look and feel to cross platform constraints. We also try to be an affordable option. While most apps charge the same for subscriptions as they would for a one-time purchase, we think the benefits of a subscription should not only go one way! If you are missing a feature that is important to you, please let us know! I'd love to hear what you think! Cheers, Erik PS: Gitfox currently has a special Earlybird plan, check it out! We also have a free option for students!
Upvote (2)Share
Hey @era86 I really like how your app looks, and the logo is top notch, love it! But I was wondering how the app compares to GitKraken, considering that I am student and I will still have the premium subscription for free for a couple more years, what would make me switch over to this? Keep up the good work!
Upvote (1)Share
Maker
@pondorasti If you look on our plans page, we have a free option for students!
Upvote (1)Share
@pondorasti @era86 About that (GitKraken) do you use less ram than GitKraken?
Upvote (1)Share
Maker
@elfitz_ It's hard to compare since Gitfox shows a bit more info in one screen than GitKraken. I benched it with the latest version and depending on how "heavy" your repo is, it ranges from 60MB for your usual repo to 300MB for something like Tensorflow with huge diffs, tons of branches, tags and committers.