What is Folio?
Folio is a simple version control app for designers. It lets you clean up all your duplicates by allowing you to browse and restore previous versions of your design documents.
Folio is a tool in the Visual Version Control category of a tech stack.
Who uses Folio?
19 developers on StackShare have stated that they use Folio.
Pros of Folio
Easy to used git client for designers
- Beautiful browser
- Full visual history
- Really, really fast
- Built on Git
Folio Alternatives & Comparisons
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