Tower, a desktop Git client, will soon be making its way to Windows 10. The app, currently available on Mac, allows developers to easily work with the GitHub version control system. The app works with all Git hosting services, while select services have received more advanced integration.
According to developer fournova, Tower for Windows will be a fully native app, built from the ground up for Windows. The developer has not yet announced a release date for Tower for Windows.
If you're interested in checking out Tower before launch, you can sign up for the beta over at fournova's site. New beta invitations are sent out by fournova every week.
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