GitKraken Pricing

Individuals & Teams

Free

  • Git Client
    • Core Git features for public repos
    • Integration with GitHub.com, GitLab.com and Bitbucket.org

  • Glo Boards
    • All core features

  • Account
    • Single-user license

Individual

$2.42
per month

Billed annually at $29

 

 

  • Git Client

    All free features plus:

    • Merge conflict editor
    • Open privately hosted repos

  • Glo Boards

    All free features plus:

    • Custom board images

  • Account
    • Single-user license

Pro / Teams

$4.08
per user / month

Billed annually at $49

 

Free 7-day trial in app

  • Git Client

    All free & individual features plus:

    • Multiple profiles
    • Integration for Self-Hosted systems: GitHub, GitLab, Bitbucket
    • Integration with Azure DevOps

  • Glo Boards

    All free & individual features plus:

    • Organizations & teams

  • Account
    • License & user management
    • Guaranteed email support

Enterprise

Self-Hosted /
Stand-Alone

$8.25
per user / month

Billed annually at $99

10 user minimum

 

  • Git Client
    • Core Git features
    • Multiple profiles
    • Integration for Self-Hosted systems: GitHub, GitLab, Bitbucket
    • Integration with Azure DevOps

  • Account
    • License & user management with "Self Hosted" only
    • Guaranteed email support
    • 10 user minimum

See which version of GitKraken fits your needs

Individuals/Teams Enterprise
Free Individual Pro Self-Hosted Stand-Alone
Individuals/Teams Enterprise
Free Individual Pro Self-Hosted Stand-Alone
Git Client
Core GitKraken features
User & license management
For use without internet
Requires an account On your servers
LDAP integration
GitHub.com integration
GitHub Enterprise integration
GitLab.com integration
GitLab Self-Hosted integration
Bitbucket.org integration
Bitbucket Server integration
Azure DevOps (VSTS) integration
Auto-updates You control updates
Includes Glo Boards
In-app merge conflict output editor
Multiple profiles for work & personal use
Email support
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Glo Boards
Core Glo features
2-way realtime GitHub Issue sync
Custom board images
Organizations & Teams
Webhooks 1 per board 1 per board 10 per board
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— Ondrej Bures (@ondrejbures)
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