What is Tower?
Use all of Git's powerful feature set - in a GUI that makes you more productive.
Tower is a tool in the Source Code Management Desktop Apps category of a tech stack.
Who uses Tower?
48 companies reportedly use Tower in their tech stacks, including Biting Bit, überdosis, and Swat.io.
143 developers on StackShare have stated that they use Tower.
GitHub, Git, GitLab, Visual Studio, and Bitbucket are some of the popular tools that integrate with Tower. Here's a list of all 10 tools that integrate with Tower.
Pros of Tower
Automatic repo discovery
Uses standard git terminology and methods
Interactive stage or discard by hunks or lines
Full featured client
- Clone & create repos with a click - Manage your GitHub, Bitbucket & Beanstalk accounts from within Tower
- Open repos quickly - Tower's "Quick Open" dialog finds and opens repositories in no time
- Automate the boring stuff - Fetching and stashing are automatically done for you, if you wish
- Clone in the background- Downloading large projects happens in the background, while you work
- Multiple windows - Have multiple projects open side-by-side
Tower Alternatives & Comparisons
What are some alternatives to Tower?
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