Tower

Tower

Tower is a handy application for managing repositories and commits
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Tower is a handy application for managing deposits for various hosting sites. The main interface is well-polished and grants Mac users quick access to all of the features. The application provides settings for two kinds of repositories: local and remote. Local repositories are the ones created on your own Mac, while the remote ones are located on another host. The main window is the working place for creating, cloning and editing existing deposits.

The application comes with high applicability, as it allows you to manage repositories for GitHub, Beanstalk, Kaleidoscope, Coda and other well-known hosting clients. The repository button will show you all available repositories, for you to manage. This feature-rich application grants Mac users quick access to shortcuts for virtual actions specific to repositories, like commit, merge, fetch, and other. Tower runs low on resource consumption so it does not burden your Mac.

To sum it all up, Tower proves to be a powerful tool when it comes to managing both local and remote repositories and commits.

Dave Hattey
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Review summary

Pros

  • Well-polished interface
  • Low resource consumption
  • The application allows you to manage repositories for different hosting clients
  • Easy-to-use menu

Cons

  • Large repositories require long upload time
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