What do people think of Fork?
Spending a lot of time on git everyday, I'm always on the quest of the best productive Git client. Having tried command lines, Tower, SourceTree, Kraken, etc Fork ends up to have the best features for the productivity: fast start time like Tower, good diff viewer as SourceTree, quick merge/rebase, etc.
Also a early user since beta testing, Fork has successfully replaced Tower, GitX (various versions) as my primary Git client. Now I use Fork for reviewing and committing, use GitUp for better branch graph view when it comes to large and complex projects.
Compared to other solution, here are why Fork wins:
1. It's more simple than others, such as Source Tree, which is highly integrated with Bitbucket.
2. Run much faster and with lower RAM usage compared to other Electron based Git GUI clients.
3. A lot of advanced features are just a click away and somehow I feel that Fork is like GitX on steroid :)
4. Dark theme is a thing :)
5. Very friendly and helpful developers (see their Twitter to verify this)
Really great Git client for Mac and Windows. The interface is very straightforward and allows you to perform common actions with ease.
It has an "Open Quickly" shortcut (CMD + shift + O) to quickly open other repositories in a Spotlight fashion. Really handy.
Supports multiple tabs, image diffs, built-in merge-conflict resolver.
Supports Terminal, iTerm and Hyper.