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2016-09-24

a fast and friendly git client for Mac

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Open recent repositories quickly

Tabs allow you to quickly navigate to your repositories and organize your workflow efficiently

Open the repository website in browser

List of repository branches,origins, tags and stashes

Fork displays your commits and branches in the most clear way. Never mess with your branches again

Selected commit details, changes and file tree


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