Don't panic. Versions makes Subversion easy. Even if you're new to version control systems altogether. Commit your work, stay up to date, and easily track changes to your files. All from Versions' pleasant, true to the Mac interface.
File syncing services work well for sharing files, but they are not meant for two people editing the same file. With Version Control one person changing a file can never unknowingly overwrite changes made by another person.
Versions received the first bold user interface refresh in 10 years. From a new app icon, a revamped toolbar to support for the gorgeous Dark Appearance, Versions² fully embraces macOS Ventura.
While Subversion offers many features, your typical workday consists of only executing the same few actions over. Versions² offers those, right when you need them, right where you need them.
Versions² is optimized for smooth operation on new Macs with M2 or M1 chip and also includes the latest Subversion libraries.
Your repository is the central spot for all of your project's files. To work on them, you checkout a local working copy to your Mac. There can be many working copies per repository.
A working copy looks just like any regular folder. You can make sub-folders in it and use any applications you want to create and edit files in there. Text, images, code, anything goes.
When you're happy with your work, you commit it. This creates a new revision in the repository. You can also add new files, and delete files to remove them from the repository.
After you commit, everyone in your team can see the new revision, and update their working copies to get the latest changes. Later, it's also easy to figure out who commited what and when.