SQLite Manager

Version: 3.0.4 || Release Date: 2009-07-29 || License: Commercial with demo ($49) Developer: SQLabs | App Owner: pygmalion

Database manager for SQLite databases

SQLiteManager is a "next generation" GUI database manager for sqlite databases. It combines an incredible easy to use interface with blazing speed and advanced features. SQLiteManager allows you to open and work with sqlite 2, sqlite 3, in memory databases, AES 128 encrypted databases and with REAL Server databases. It allows you to create and browse tables, views, triggers and indexes. It enables you to insert, delete and updates records in a very intuitive way, it supports you arbitrary SQL commands and much more.

SQLiteManager's report generation system is flexible enough to let you generate reports in just about any format you can imagine (report generation can actually be used to export data in just about any format you need). You create the report templates using a report template language and then generate reports by pouring SQL query results into the templates.

With SQLiteManager you can easily ALTER any sqlite database schema, you can easily show PDF, JPEG, BMP, TIFF, QuickTime image from any BLOB record, you can access your SQL history, you can display add notes and stickies to your database, you can import and export data ... and much more.

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6 Opinions

I Like FREE tool - Valentina Studio http://www.valentina-db.com/en/valentina-studio-overview.

This app looks nice but 39 USD is way to much. The sqlite-manager Firefox extension (http://code.google.com/p/sqlite-manager) does the same.

I bought a copy of this a few weeks ago, and it's a pretty solid app. Much better than SQLite Database Browser.

Try <a href="http://osx.iusethis.com/app/mesasqlite">MesaSQLite</a>, it's not free but it doesn't nag. In fact, the only way I found out it wasn't free was by looking up the home page to list it on here.

See SQLite Database Browser for a Free (open source) alternative.

Very clean UI but it nags you every other mouse click that you are running a demo. Very annoying.