Tower is a Git client for OS X that makes using Git easy and more efficient. Users benefit from its elegant and comprehensive interface and a feature set that lets them enjoy the full power of Git.
Tower abstracts Git’s complexity in an easy-to-use interface. For example, lots of actions can be performed simply via drag-and-drop, and mistakes can be undone easily. Advanced users can increase their productivity with features like single line staging, submodule support, or the file history.
- git-svn support
- File history
- git-flow support
- Submodule support
- git-lfs support
- Blame view
- Single-line staging (per-line committing)
- Discard chunks/lines
- Direct Github, Bitbucket, Gitlab, GitSwarm, Beanstalk, Visual Studio Team Services, Team Foundation Server and Rhodecode integration
- Support for Bitbucket team accounts
- Support for full-screen and Retina displays
- Many powerful drag-and-drop features include merge, rebase, push /pull to/from remote, apply stash, create new branch, etc.
- Partial Stashing: You can now select individual files for stashing.
- First Parent Filtering: It is now possible to filter out merged commits in the History view.
- Commit Count Computing: For some users, this operation caused slowness in repositories with lots of commits. This has now been addressed.
- GitHub's "Open in Desktop": GitHub's URL scheme for "Open in Desktop" changed; as a result users were no longer able to open a repository in Tower using this feature. This has been fixed.
- Crash when Saving a Stash: In some situations, Tower crashed when trying to save a stash.
- Working Copy: After a commit, the File Detail View is now correctly updated.
- Grouping Commits by Week: The "Group by Week" option in the History View wasn't working as expected.
- Pull Request Changeset View: The changeset view is now being updated correctly when switching between Pull Requests.
- Quick Actions: Remote branches are now correctly sorted by name.
OS X 10.11 or later, 64-bit processor