When comparing Gitty vs Working Copy, the Slant community recommends Working Copy for most people. In the question“What are the best GitHub clients for iOS?” Working Copy is ranked 2nd while Gitty is ranked 7th. The most important reason people chose Working Copy is:
Works with any Git remote, not just GitHub. Clones to device letting you work offline and push when convenient. Extends your other applications with iOS 8 app extensions.
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Pro Supports multiple GitHub accounts
Gitty supports multiple GitHub accounts and even GitHub enterprise.
Pro Consistent flat design for the UI
Apple has pushed hard for flat design since the release of iOS 7. Gitty has had a flat design for a long time which is very easy to learn and pleasing for the eye.
Pro Not just GitHub, works offline
Works with any Git remote, not just GitHub.
Clones to device letting you work offline and push when convenient.
Extends your other applications with iOS 8 app extensions.
Pro Allows other apps to access files
Working copy integrates with other apps to allow them to access and edit files through iOS8 document picker.
Pro Clean UI
Pro Frequent updates by the developer
Supports latest iOS features.
Con No freemium price model
Gitty comes at a one-time fee of $9.99 and there is no free version for people who may want to try it first before they are fully invested in it. The price is also quite unusual for an iOS app.
Con Pushing to remote servers is not free
Working copy is free to download but requires a small in-app purchase to be able to support pushing to a remote server.