Jan 22


Normally: $39.00

ZOT Price: $15.00

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SQLiteManager is a database manager for SQLite2 and SQLite3 databases. You can manage any SQLite database created on any platform with SQLiteManager. Some features include:

  • New InstantQuery technology for blazing speed queries.
  • 2.5 is a Universal Binary
  • Ability to open AES encrypted sqlite 3 databases
  • Full SQLite2 and SQLite3 support.
  • Full REALSQL Server support.
  • Browse tables, views, and indexes.
  • Rename tables and add columns to existing tables.
  • Create new tables, views, indexes and triggers.
  • Drop tables, views, indexes, triggers.
  • Manage tables by inserting, editing, and deleting records.
  • Built-in virtual machine analyzer.
  • Built-in optimizer.
  • Show JPEG, BMP, TIFF, QuickTime from BLOB records.
  • Save frequently used SQL for later use.
  • Convert SQLite 2 databases to SQLite 3.
  • Powerful reports generation with flexible report templates.
  • Advanced import and export capabilities.
  • Built-in language reference.
  • and much more…

It is a "next generation" GUI database manager that combines an incredible easy to use interface with blazing speed and advanced features.

SQLiteManager allows you to open and work with sqlite 2.x, sqlite 3.x, in memory databases and REALSQLServer 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 and it supports you arbitrary SQL commands.

SQLiteManager requires OS 10.3.9 or higher and is a Univeral Binary. Click to Developer’s Site

13 Responses to “SQLite Manager”

  1. Apple Person Says:

    this couldn’t come at a better time. let me assess if this Lite version will suffice. (maybe, can get a good deal when i do an upgrade from the Lite version!) thanks for this!!

  2. justG Says:

    Er.. I don’t think it’s a “Lite” version, it’s just that it’s for SQLite databases.

  3. Miguel Iglesias Marques Says:

    I’ve been meaning to buy this software for sometime so this ZOT! is paid :D

  4. Simon Says:

    Nice, I was looking for something like this the other day. I would prefer to use SQLite for small hobby projects, but dropped it because I was missing a tool to easily manipulate the SQLite database files.

  5. MK Says:

    Can someone give me a quick summary of what the difference between MySQL and SQLite is? I have MySQL on my Macs and been using it but have always wandered what SQLite is…

  6. Marco Says:

    The official site should gives you more information:

    In two words … sqlite is a SQL embedded database engine while mySQL is a SQL network database engine.

  7. Will Says:

    Zotted. Count me in this is a great addition to any PHP developers toolbox. SQLite is not for large scale sites – but can be really useful on smaller sites. Makes them extremely portable… and as long as your able to use PHP5 it has SQLlite support built in.

  8. The Last Student Says:

    I’m a big fan of SQLite. MySQL is a beast compared to SQLite. One bad thing with SQLite compared to MySQL is that there is not many good applications for managing SQLite databases. There is hundreds of them for MySQL. I was looking at this application but I’m a student and couldn’t afford it until I noticed it was on macZOT. Great! I bought it right away.

  9. Cyannah Says:

    Great app and offer! Special deal for ZOTgeist members, too.

  10. Jim Says:

    The price is certainly right for zotgeist members. Unfortunately I don’t have a reason to use this software.

  11. John Fox Says:

    I’ve found SQLiteManager to be an invaluable tool for refining the database schema used by MemoryMiner. It sure beats using the sqlite3 command line tool. If your time is worth anything to you, this app is a bargain at 10 times the price.

  12. cheerful Says:

    Crap. I missed this! Fingers crossed that it comes in a combo package in the near future. Thax for bringing SQL here too. Lite or no-Lite, I got to agree this is a great deal.

  13. The Last Student Says:

    Note that ‘Lite’ does not reflect on that this would be a lite version of something. SQLite is simply a relational database management system similar to MySQL. It’s not a light version of MySQL.