Querious

Version: 2.0 || Release Date: 2014-07-21 || License: Commercial with demo ($29) Developer: Araelium Group | App Owner: sethwillits

Querious is a the best MySQL database management application for OS X

View, search, edit, import, export, build, configure, and monitor your MySQL and MariaDB databases easier than ever before. With Querious, you can even open up raw CSV or Tab files and easily split, join, reorder, add, remove, and process columns and rows, and then convert the whole file to another format in a snap.

Querious 2 makes working with your databases even easier. With well over 170 new features and improvements, no stone was left unturned when enhancing every aspect of the work you need to do.

From the addition of full support for events, triggers, functions, procedures, and views, the server error log, slow queries, server status, and query transcripts, all the way to the fastest importing and exporting on OS X, Querious 2 has covered it all.

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What's New in Querious 2?

Querious 2 is massive upgrade, throughly enhancing appearance, usability, features, performance, and everything inbetween. So far we've added
OVER 170 NEW FEATURES and improvements.

Here's just a small sample…

• Full support for views, triggers, functions, procedures, and events
• Blazing fast import and export (even faster than mysqldump!)
• Duplication of databases (including data!), even between servers
• Monitor server status and running processes
• Access the server Error Log and Slow Query log
• Rich and powerful editor for CSV/Tab files
• Table relationship mapping
• Significant table data editor improvements
• Upgraded custom query autocomplete and table reference
• More convenient little goodies than you can shake a stick at
• And much more!

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2 Opinions

Postgres and Sqlite would be the killer features, but still: It's already way better than any other Mac MySQL GUI. Love it.

This is the best MySQL gui on mac, bar none.

Hopefully they'll support Postgres and SQLite soon.