When comparing Tower 3 vs Sublime Merge, the Slant community recommends Tower 3 for most people. In the question“What are the best Git clients for macOS?” Tower 3 is ranked 18th while Sublime Merge is ranked 20th.
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Pro Clean and easy-to-use interface
Pro Native OS X UI
Pro Integration with a variety of remote repositories
GitHub (and Enterprise), GitLab (and Community), Bitbucket (and Server), Visual Studio (And TFS), Perforce GitSwarm and BeanStalk.
Pro Pull Request management
On some repos.
Pro Actual git commands are visible/editable
Most actions have an option where it will show the actual Git command it's going to run, and you can modify it in place. Very handy if you need to use some obscure option, and also good training for learning command-line operations.
This is one the fastest client we've found for switching around them.
Pro Easy for beginners
This helps to see more complexity and it's very easy to get started with.
Con Paid subscription model
Dog slow for large repos. If you have a lot of files you want to stage, you're out of luck. You have to use the command line. UI is slow with large repos.
Con Slim feature set
Con Dark theme behind paywall
The evaluation version is fully functional, but is restricted to the light theme only.