JIRA Client
JIRA Client
3.5.2

4.5

JIRA Client free download for Mac

JIRA Client

3.5.2
14 February 2014

Desktop front-end for JIRA issue tracker.

Overview

JIRA Client is a desktop front-end for Atlassian JIRA issue tracker. JIRA Client integrates seamlessly with existing JIRA installations and allows frequent JIRA users to save time, manage issues effectively, concentrate on execution and work offline.

What's new in JIRA Client

Version 3.5.2:
  • Starting with this release, JIRA Client is signed for OS X GateKeeper; that solves the installation problems when OS X told the user that the package was corrupt or unsigned.
  • JIRA Client now supports Apple Retina displays.

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3 JIRA Client Reviews

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Gavin-Cutshall
16 June 2007

Most helpful

I am a frequent JIRA user, and about the only value I can see in this package is the ability to use JIRA offline. That said, I suspect that most folks who use JIRA on a regular basis would be connected to the net anyway. Based on this, I don't think $65.00 is a reasonable price for this ability. Also, unlike JIRA, the interface for JIRA Client is very cluttered, and reminiscent of a Windows application. Still, I applaud the developer for creating a Mac OS X JIRA client. I hope that in the future, they will consider lowering the price and making a Mac-like interface.
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Version 1.1
Joe-from-WFP
21 September 2014
I just wanted to put in my opinion as to me it's a no brainer, IMHO the cost is insignificant compared to the amount of frustration and time wasted on the JIRA web front end. I purchased this software for windows originally but then found it so useful I now have it on my mac as well. Yes JIRA is a web front end and of course you can use it without this, and most users are permanently online, but to me there is a huge difference between working in realtime on a desktop app and working at click wait, hotkey, type, click wait wait speed using the web front. If you're getting impatient with JIRA then I strongly recommend giving it a go.
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Version 3.5.2
mathew-peterson
30 May 2009
I'm confused as to the need for this app as JIRA users are generally always connected to the net and both interfaces (web and this client) are totally different.
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Version 1.5
1 answer(s)
Twisted
Twisted
24 September 2009
Maybe because the standard HTML interface is really unusable... this software would make it better using JIRA. Too bad is not a native mac os x application, so the interface is still ugly...
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Version 1.5.3
Gavin-Cutshall
16 June 2007
I am a frequent JIRA user, and about the only value I can see in this package is the ability to use JIRA offline. That said, I suspect that most folks who use JIRA on a regular basis would be connected to the net anyway. Based on this, I don't think $65.00 is a reasonable price for this ability. Also, unlike JIRA, the interface for JIRA Client is very cluttered, and reminiscent of a Windows application. Still, I applaud the developer for creating a Mac OS X JIRA client. I hope that in the future, they will consider lowering the price and making a Mac-like interface.
Like (4)
Version 1.1