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I explored many Git Desktop tools for the Mac and my final decision was to use Fork. What I love about for that it contains three features, I like about a Git Client tool.

It allows * to handle day to day git operations (least important for me as I am cli junkie) * it helps to investigate the history * most important of all, it has a repo manager which many other tools are missing.

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Slawomir Pucia
Slawomir Pucia
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July 17th 2020 at 6:25PM

Thanks for sharing. I've chosen Fork as well. I have to admit I found GitKraken to be a bit better for me, however its subscription pricing model was a no go.

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