Sourcetree simplifies how you interact with your Git repositories so you can focus on coding. Visualize and manage your repositories through Sourcetree's simple Git GUI.

What is the difference between SourceTree and Git?

SourceTree is a free Git and Mercurial GUI client for Windows and macOS. Git is a popular version control system (VCS) originally authored by Linus Torvalds for development of the Linux kernel back in 2005.

Is SourceTree free for commercial use?

Yes. The SourceTree client is free, even for commercial use, without needing to buy a license.

Can I use SourceTree without an Atlassian account?

No. You must create or use your existing Atlassian account in order to use Sourcetree.

What are the best SourceTree alternatives?

SourceTree and GitHub Desktop offer Windows and macOS applications, but do not offer a Linux client. Other favorites like SmartGit and GitKraken are compatible with Windows, macOS and Linux.

Does SourceTree support GitHub?

Yes, SourceTree works with different Git repositories like GitHub, Bitbucket Cloud, Bitbucket Server, GitHub, GitLab, and VSTS.


Simple for beginners

Say goodbye to the command line - simplify distributed version control with a Git client and quickly bring everyone up to speed.

Powerful for experts

Perfect for making advanced users even more productive. Review changesets, stash, cherry-pick between branches and more.

Visualize your code

Seeing really is believing. Get information on any branch or commit with a single click.

Git and Hg on your desktop

A fully-featured GUI that offers an efficient, consistent development process right out of the box. Works with Git and Mercurial.

What's New

  • Mac version updated to 4.2.1
  • Windows version updated to 3.4.10