Tower, a popular desktop Git client, has officially launched a native Windows version. Previously available for Mac, the Windows version of the app has officially hit version 1.0 after having entered beta earlier in July.
For those curious, Tower allows developers to easily work within the Git version control system. While the app does work with several Git hosting services, it does feature more advanced integration with select services. Popular tools and services that integrate with Tower include:
- Visual Studio Team Services
If you're a developer who works with the Git version control system, you can give Tower for Windows a shot with a 30-day trial. Afterwards, the app is available for a single $80 purchase.
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