When comparing Fork vs Vershd, the Slant community recommends Fork for most people. In the question“What are the best visual git GUIs?” Fork is ranked 4th while Vershd is ranked 25th.
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Pro Fast and easy to use
Pro Smart Diff is very handy
Pro Overall aesthetic
The GUI components are flawless on the Mac. It is expected to be a similar experience on Windows. Once you realize that you can filter by branch, your appreciation for the product will go up dramatically.
Pro Dark theme support
Pro Comfortable when staging line-by-line changes
This feature is superior to the one that is implemented by SourceTree as it does not reset the file scroll view to the top of the file after each stage.
If you do feature-specific commits after some time of development - it's very important to be able to easily compose the commit from different line-based changes.
Pro Highlights the difference within a line
Pro Merge Conflict Resolution is great
Pro Comfortable keyboard shortcuts
Pro Tabbed interface
Several repos can be open at once in individual tabs, so it's trivial to switch back and forth between them.
Pro Repositories with uncommitted changes have a * next to their name
This is an update from previous versions.
Pro Branch comparison tool
This is different, and I haven't seen similar before. It allows easy comparisons between branches. This means you can see when the commits are the same, or very similar.
Pro Modern and slick user interface
It's all pretty intuitive.
Con Still a young client, thus not as feature rich
This git GUI client is quite young compared to industry old-timers like git-tower 2 or SourceTree. So it's not as feature rich as you'd like. Still a very capable client for a simple day-to-day work.
Con No Linux version
This git client is not compatible with Linux making the life harder for the developers that work on both, MacOS and some Linux distro.
Con Requires granting access to your git projects for the developer of the app
Con No internal file diff currently
There's no internal way of comparing files, although this is on the way apparently.