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CodeHub

An iOS app for keeping up to date with your GitHub repositories. CodeHub has GitHub.com and Enterprise support with multiple profiles for easy switching. As with its BitBucket sister app CodeBucket, CodeHub lets you view repository events, issues, and change sets, browse source directories and files, view file diffs from previous commits, view and comment on pull requests, and more. You can also explore other GitHub open source repositories and access your public, private, and starred gists. […]

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CodeBucket

An iOS app for browsing and maintaining your Bitbucket repositories. With CodeBucket you can view repository events, issues, and change sets, browse source directories and files, view file diffs from previous commits, view and comment on pull requests, and loads more. Bitbucket is a great alternative to BitBucket, and CodeBucket is a great way to keep up-to-date on iOS. […]

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iOctocat

A fully featured GitHub client for iPhone. iOctocat gives you everything you need to stay up to date with your projects and to catch up with the open source community. Features include push notifications for GitHub notifications, managing issues and pull requests (including merging pull requests on the go), and complete access to your repos and commits. iOctocat is free to download with in app purchases for the certain features. […]

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P4Merge

A free diff/merge client for Mac, Windows and Linux that lets you visualise the differences between file versions. P4Merge uses colour coding to make it easy to resolve conflicts and also allows comparison of several image formats with side-by-side display and highlighting differences on overlaid images. Not a very pretty app but works well. […]

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Gitbox

A fully featured Git client for Mac that styles itself on Mail, giving a unique overview of all your repos, versions and changes at a glance. Top features include a very fast and powerful search of the entire repo history, submodule automation and automatic fetching of commits from the server to help avoid merge conflicts. Only thing it seems to be missing is a decent commit tree graph, but still worth a look. […]

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SourceTree

A free Mercurial and Git client for Windows and Mac. It offers most of the features that all the best paid Git clients do but SourceTree is completely free. It’s made by Atlassian so integrates nicely with Bitbucket as well. […]

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Bitbucket

Git and Mercurial repository hosting. Doesn’t quite have the community of GitHub but as private repositories are free for up to 5 users, it is a great alternative for small teams. This website lives there! […]

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DiffMerge

A free diff/merge tool for Mac, Windows and Linux to visually compare and merge files. No frills, but does the job well. […]

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Kaleidoscope

More than just your average diff/merge tool, Kaleidoscope is a really advanced comparison app that can spot the differences in text, images, and folders. You can also easily integrate it into your workflow as it supports Git, SVN, Mercurial, Bazaar, Perforce and more. […]

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GitX

A free git GUI made for Mac. No frills but a great free alternative to some of the more expensive git clients. […]

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