About Tower

Tower is windows and Mac-OS-based developer operations tool that helps software design teams to access accounts across GitHub, Beanstalk, and Bitbucket platforms within the application. It allows administrators to clone remote repositories, manage SSH Public Keys, inspect changes, deploying patch updates, and more.

Tech teams can use Tower to create, modify, commit, push or pull submodule repositories across accounts. It provides a command-line interface and diff or merges tool applications to facilitate the integration of enterprise workflows. It also provides a drag and drop interface, which allows administrators to perform tasks and streamline multiple project workflows.

Pricing starting from:

US$69.00/year

  • Free Version
  • Free Trial
  • Subscription

Typical Customers

  • Freelancers
  • Small Businesses (2-50)
  • Mid-size Companies (51-500)
  • Large enterprises (500 and more)

Deployment

Not provided by vendor

Markets

Germany

Supported Languages

Not provided by vendor

Pricing starting from:

US$69.00/year

  • Free Version
  • Free Trial
  • Subscription

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Features

Total features of Tower: 6

  • Change Management
  • Code Review
  • Collaboration Tools
  • Event Logs
  • Repository Management
  • Version Control

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Reviews

Overall rating

5 /5
(19)
Value for Money
4.8/5
Features
4.8/5
Ease of Use
4.8/5
Customer Support
5/5

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Jakub
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  • Industry: Design
  • Company size: Self Employed
  • Used Weekly for 2+ years
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  • Likelihood to recommend 10.0 /10

Great and reliable tool

Reviewed on 12/10/2020

Pros

Intuitive interface and integration with multiple platforms.

Cons

Can't find anything annoying or problematic.

Golo
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  • Industry: Computer Software
  • Company size: 2-10 Employees
  • Used Daily for 2+ years
  • Review Source

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  • Likelihood to recommend 10.0 /10

Simply the best Git client out there

Reviewed on 26/09/2020

The Tower website states that it's not Tower or the Git CLI, but Tower and the Git CLI. And this is...

The Tower website states that it's not Tower or the Git CLI, but Tower and the Git CLI. And this is something I can actually agree with: I typically do use the Git CLI for everyday tasks, such as adding, committing, pushing, … but when it comes to things that you don't do that often manually, I switch to Tower, which gives me the feeling of still having all the details under control, but of not running the risk of causing any damage. So, Tower helps me to feel more safe and more confident in what I do, even if it's about the hard things in Git.

Pros

The challenge for any Git client is to combine ease-of-use with not abstracting away the underlying concept too much. Tower does a perfect job here: It does not hide what's happening under the hood, and this way feels familiar if you know Git pretty well, but at the same time manages to make it simple and fun to use. What I especially like is the way Tower handles branches, including branching off, merging, switching branches, cleaning up branches, and so on, … This is IMHO one of the most well-done features in Tower, and it helps you to get done what you want to achieve, without getting in your way. In contrast: It assists where reasonable, but as said still clearly communicates what it's doing under the hood. So, to cut it short: Its UI is the perfect combination of simple yet powerful.

Cons

Phew, hard to tell. Actually I'd say "nothing", but if I have to come up with something I'd probably say it's that Tower does not run on Linux (only on macOS and Windows), which is the reason why we can't use it on anyone's machine in our company (some of us are using Linux).

Jakub
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  • Industry: Design
  • Company size: 2-10 Employees
  • Used Weekly for 2+ years
  • Review Source

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  • Likelihood to recommend 7.0 /10

The logical and clean git client

Reviewed on 27/04/2022

Generally it is great (fine) and I will continue to use it on mac. In other environments we sting...

Generally it is great (fine) and I will continue to use it on mac. In other environments we sting to commandline. But everytime it is possible I go back to Tower since it makes things easier, more clear and e.g. diffs are more clear to me here in the app then in online.

Pros

Compared to integrated source code solutions Tower brings a nice interface which is disconnected from your IDE. So even for people who are not proficient with git commands the app makes using versioning a breeze. Creating a repo? There is an interface for that. Merging branches - there is UI for that. Staging? The is UI for that.
All commands are available in some sort of interface so it makes versioning easier even for newcommers.

Cons

At some point the app messed up with encoding of files and broke our deployment scripts in GitHub. Plus there is no clear workflow, so user can actually press buttons and hope for the best. Guidelines would be great.

Adam
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  • Industry: Education Management
  • Company size: 201-500 Employees
  • Used Monthly for 1+ year
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  • Likelihood to recommend 10.0 /10

Best solution for GUI git on Mac

Reviewed on 19/10/2022

Pros

The best and most feature-rich GUI GIT client for Mac OS

Cons

Nothing! Not sure why this is required. Got nothing bad to say.

Sathish Paul
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  • Industry: Computer Software
  • Company size: 10,000+ Employees
  • Used Daily for 2+ years
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  • Likelihood to recommend 10.0 /10

An awesome Git client

Reviewed on 10/09/2020

Tower is one of those phenomenally useful tools that is done with great taste, simply works, and...

Tower is one of those phenomenally useful tools that is done with great taste, simply works, and gets out of your way when you are heads down into your work. I wholeheartedly recommend this to anyone dealing with Git.

Pros

I am a Software engineer working in the Bay Area. I stumbled upon Tower, the wonderful Git client for macOS about 5 years ago. Ever since that day, I use Tower everyday for my work. I was drawn to Tower because of its ease of use, particularly drag and drop, for creating and merging branches. Dealing with Git conflicts, ability to quickly undo using CMD-Z and support for external diff tools are all awesome additional features. I particularly love how easy it is to quickly rebase your changes based on a remote branch.

But there are two big features in Tower that has saved me countless hours of work. The ability to quickly "stash" changes and apply them at will to different branches, and the ability to use "Reflog" to recover changes that were accidentally discarded. Tower (and Git under the hood) works really hard to not lose your changes, but even if you somehow override all of the warnings, it is possible to get the changes back.

In addition to these, the ability to search by author, commit hash, file, date and ability to easily push, pull and rebase (basic expectations from any Git client) are all very well done.

Cons

There are not many things that I wish Tower did better. But there is one. I wish the text box that allows you to type the commit description is scrollable. It is painful to use the arrow keys to navigate particularly long commit messages. I often end up writing my commit messages in an external editor and simply paste it in the textbox right before I commit.

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Tower FAQs

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Tower offers the following pricing plans:

  • Starting from: US$69.00/year
  • Pricing model: Free Version, Subscription
  • Free Trial: Available

It is also available at $99/user/year with additional features.

Tower has the following typical customers:

51-200, 201-500, 501-1,000

We do not have any information about what languages Tower supports

Tower supports the following devices:

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