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What is Fork?

Manage your repositories without leaving the application. Organize the repositores into categories. Fork's Diff Viewer provides a clear view to spot the changes in your source code quickly.
Fork is a tool in the Source Code Management Desktop Apps category of a tech stack.

Who uses Fork?

Companies
22 companies reportedly use Fork in their tech stacks, including Armut, JustWatch, and QualityMinds GmbH.

Developers
148 developers on StackShare have stated that they use Fork.

Fork Integrations

Pros of Fork
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One of the easiest and fastest git GUIs
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Nice UX
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Fast, Great support, Does-it-all, blazing fast
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Does the job way better than others
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Dark theme
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Intuitive interactive rebase and conflict resolution UI
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Gitflow support
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Excellent commit history tree view
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This even looks the same as SourceTree
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Repository Manager
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Countless quality of life features
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Built-in developer feedback
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Github Notifications
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Keyaboard-only
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Visual branch history
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Reflog support
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Not buggy, works smoothly
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Git ammend
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Smart 'Open in' menu; e.g. explorer, bit, giithub .
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Interactive rebase window
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Native application
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Intuitive merge conflict resolution
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Unique Activity Manager shows current/past operations

Fork Alternatives & Comparisons

What are some alternatives to Fork?
SourceTree
Use the full capability of Git and Mercurial in the SourceTree desktop app. Manage all your repositories, hosted or local, through SourceTree's simple interface.
GitKraken
The downright luxurious Git client for Windows, Mac and Linux. Cross-platform, 100% standalone, and free.
Tower
Use all of Git's powerful feature set - in a GUI that makes you more productive.
Sublime Merge
A snappy UI, three-way merge tool, side-by-side diffs, syntax highlighting, and more. Evaluate for free – no account, tracking, or time limits.
SmartGit
It is a graphical Git client with support for SVN and Pull Requests for GitHub and Bitbucket. It runs on Windows, macOS and Linux.
See all alternatives

Fork's Followers
220 developers follow Fork to keep up with related blogs and decisions.