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Bug Tracking. Plain and Simple.

We've cut the fluff, typically found in an issue tracker, leaving the features you need. TheKillingJar is simple, elegant and most importantly easy to use.

  • Web Based. No IT guy or installation required.
  • Affordable. Free for barebones, $24.95/mo for the works.
  • Risk Free. No long term contract. Cancel anytime.
  • Secure. SSL encryption available.
  • Simple. Functional without the fluff.
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Common Questions

What do I get?

Unlimited users, projects, bugs and 100GB of storage. Other issue trackers charge per user, which can quickly add up.

How does the 30 days trial work?

We won't bill you until 30 days from your signup date. If Kjar doesn't work for you just cancel. No questions asked.

Is my data safe?

Yes, SSL (the same encryption online banks use) is available for all paid accounts.

How long does it take to set up?

Creating an account takes less than a minute. Kjar is completely web-based, so there is no installation needed.

What make Kjar different?

We have labored to make the bug tracker easy to learn and a pleasure to use. Confusing jargon, complicated settings, and unneeded options have been stripped away and what you are left with is a lean, mean, bug tracking machine.

But don't take our word for it...

"After using several other bug tracking tools, KJar is by far the most intuitive and easy to use. I love the simple and clean interface and will definitely recommend it to others!"

Silpa Nanan, Web Developer - U.S. News & World Report

"Really have enjoyed using the Killing Jar. I appreciate your straight forward design. It is by far the best looking issue tracker I have used."

Quintin M., Programmer - FirstLab

"Awesome! It took no time to learn how to use the killing jar. And after only a few minutes, I can already tell it will be a great tool for helping us get better organized."

Tammy Mills, Technology Coordinator

"I have a lot of experience with many bug tracking systems and TheKillingJar is the most intuitive and accessible bug tracking system I've ever used."

Erik Gartz, Software Developer