When comparing Gitbox vs Git Extensions, the Slant community recommends Git Extensions for most people. In the question“What are the best graphical git clients for macOS / Mac OSX?” Git Extensions is ranked 11th while Gitbox is ranked 17th.
Ranked in these QuestionsQuestion Ranking
Pro Clean, minimalistic UI
The UI is clean and intuitive. The top bar displays the current branch, buttons for pushing or pulling, the target branch and a search box for searching through the history.
The main view is divided into three parts: a file tree, a section that shows the modified files with details and a section that displays information about the remote branch.
Pro Easy to use
Gitbox is very easy to use. You can push, pull and commit all with a single click.
Pro Comprehensive interface
This application is FOSS, and thus it can be freely modified & distributed.
Pro No registration at all
Doesn't require registration to use.
Pro Easy to add add action in the GUI
Right click to add a script to delete remote branch or tag...
It comes with many plugins and you can build your own. Included by default are some very neat visualization tools for Repository metrics.
Con No diff-viewer
Diff-viewing requires an external tool.
Con Requires mono
Con Poor UI
Rich developer experience but awful interface.
Con Few plugins
A small selection of plugins.