Does your roommate never wash the dishes? Where are you going to go on your summer vacation? These disagreements often take time, stress and a fair bit of yelling to resolve. And sometimes they never get resolved. Don’t you sometimes wish you had a jury on hand to see that you’re right? Now you can with new conflict resolution app Jury.

Jury allows you to select an anonymous, neutral jury of other users from around the world, who are willing to listen to your case. Just like a real case, you can upload evidence, such as photos, emails, documents and statements. Once the evidence has been assessed and your cases reviewed, the jury will vote one way or the other and pass their verdict.

Of course, you don’t need to listen to the jury. After all, this isn’t a real, binding trial. But when we’re in an emotionally charged situation it is difficult for us to empathize with and understand the other person’s point of view. Instead of yelling, you can get the advice of impartial individuals who are looking at your case from a logical point of view.

Overall Jury is a fun, light-hearted way to resolve conflicts when you and your friend, family member or loved one can’t seem to agree. If you live in a conflict-free household and you still want to get involved – or you like the idea of helping others – you can sign up to be a juror!

For more information and a demo of Jury, visit, the App Store or Google Play.