Here are some bug tracking tools:
☛ Request Tracker
☛ OnTime Bug Tracker
For a bug tracking software it is essential to have:
☛ Reporting facility - complete with fields that will let you provide information about the bug, environment, module, severity, screenshots etc.
☛ Assigning - What good is a bug when all you can do is find it and keep it to yourself, right?
☛ Progressing through the life cycle stages - Workflow
☛ History/work log/comments
☛ Reports - graphs or charts
☛ Storage and retrieval - Every entity in a testing process needs to be uniquely identifiable, the same rule applies to bugs too. So, a bug tracking tool must provide a way to have an ID, which can be used to store, retrieve and organize bug information.
Here are some bug tracking software:
☛ HP ALM/Quality Center
☛ IBM Rational ClearQuest
☛ Zoho bug tracker
☛ The Bug Genie
Many bug tracking systems, such as those used by most open source software projects, allow end-users to enter bug reports directly. Other systems are used only internally in a company or organization doing software development. Typically bug tracking systems are integrated with other software project management applications.
A typical issue tracking system that integrates with various source control systems.
This tool fall into the section of ALM tools and provides comprehensive solution for test case creation, execution and defect management of course.
Gemini is a commercial application life cycle management system in the lines of HP QC. It has all the features necessary to carry out all your Project management and test management activities along with bug tracking.
A simple tool that can be used to manage bugs or just manage to-do lists that have nothing to do with software, this tool can be a good option.
Ticket/issue/task - whatever you need to track, you have this tool up your alley along with the other tracking systems.