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I am a Jira superuser, my company runs Jira and I am looking for a way to use it on the go. Unfortunately, none of the mobile Jira app I have been using seems to work with our setup.

Does anyone have recommendations?

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Which apps have you tried already? –  patrix Dec 16 '11 at 11:17
    
I think Jira Anywhere Jira Touch Bugbox none of them were working on our Jira 4 –  Roland Dec 16 '11 at 11:42
    
Can you provide more detail on what features you need it to provide? –  Jonathan Van Matre Dec 17 '11 at 2:05
    
Update tickets assigned to me mostly. –  Roland Dec 19 '11 at 12:47

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At present, the best mobile app for JIRA may well be Mobile Safari. Have you tried installing Atlassian's JIRA iPhone Web Interface plug-in?

EDIT (based on subsequent comments):
It seems like you've tried most of the available apps. The only one I haven't tried is Undock - it's $5, but it supports Gemini, Basecamp, and Bugzilla as well as JIRA. Has great reviews, so it might be worth a shot.

Failing that, they do have the JIRA plug-in source code on Bitbucket. Updating it to JIRA 5 would be pretty difficult but I bet updating from 4.2.4 to 4.3 would not be too bad.

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I will try asap! Thx. –  Roland Dec 19 '11 at 12:47
    
Unfortunately this is not compatible with our version of Jira (4.3) :-( –  Roland Dec 19 '11 at 12:53
    
Well, it seems like you've tried most of the apps. The only one I haven't tried is Undock - it's $5, but it supports Gemini, Basecamp, and Bugzilla as well as JIRA. Has great reviews, so it might be worth a shot. ailing that, they do have the plug-in source code on Bitbucket. Updating it to JIRA 5 would be pretty difficult but I bet updating from 4.2.4 to 4.3 would not be too bad. –  Jonathan Van Matre Dec 19 '11 at 13:48
    
Thanks a lot for the help. Undock seems like working... I think it handles well SSL (which was one of my issues) however it seems very very slow and I have a lot of "Network Problems" messages. I'll try it more to see if it can be usable. Thanks again –  Roland Dec 19 '11 at 15:09

Here is nice free one officially from Atlassian: JIRA Real Life

It allows you to quickly add issues on the go with voice notes, photos. Handy to add issues, but I guess it is not for browsing through existing issues.

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You can try also JIRA.me application. We have released it 2 months ago (Pro version) and just recently we've published a Free, read-only version (you can buy Pro upgrade later) that allows you to get what the application is like.

A quick summary of current functionality:

  • pre-defined and user defined (through Web interface) filters available,
  • inline actions like assign directly from issues list, or issue details
  • editing an issue,
  • searching for issues
  • supports Confluence Wiki markup language
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Welcome to Ask Different! Be sure to read the help section about self-promotion and include a disclaimer for any software that you are affiliated with. –  grgarside Nov 23 '13 at 11:55

Check out our new iOS JIRA App: Chronoscope for JIRA

Some of the features included are:

  • track your working time with the included stopwatch (chronoscope)
  • work on multiple JIRA systems simultaneously
  • browse the cockpit for a very fast access to your tasks
  • get an overview of all your work logs
  • search for specific issues

Soon we are going to release a new version with a timesheet (looks like a calendar with all your worklogs).

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