View, search, edit, import, export, build, configure, and monitor your MySQL and compatible databases easier than ever before. Querious is full-featured, fast, and made exclusively for macOS, so it feels and works exactly how a Mac app should.
Table Content – It begins with a solid foundation.
The Content view is packed full of convenient features, such as a flexible multiple-condition filter, easy multi-row value assignment, row duplication, copying to the clipboard, and jumping to related tables through foreign keys.
Convenient Filtering – Easily build a multi-condition filter to find just the right records you want to look at. You can even copy the resulting SELECT statement.
JSON, Binary, Checkboxes – Edit values as text, JSON (with full syntax validation and coloring), binary, or even as a simple checkbox for “boolean” columns, such as `tinyint(1)`
Foreign Keys – When a table contains foreign keys, click on the arrow next to a foreign key id value to immediately jump to the related records.
Editors for Everything – Fewer queries means greater efficiency.
Other database programs will have a good editor for viewing table contents and querying, but then completely fall short when supporting other object types. Querious goes all the way, providing editors for everything you need.
Avoid Writing Queries – Straightforward and uncluttered editors allow you to quickly see and change the structure make-up of your databases without having to write queries.
Editors for ALL Types – Complete interfaces for defining and editing table columns, indexes, primary and foreign keys, triggers, events, functions, and procedures. Querious doesn’t simply stop at table contents.
A MySQL Assistant – The various editors in Querious are a great way to expand your knowledge of MySQL by learning what’s available and making it easy to use and change.
Call Functions & Procedures – Setup function and procedure parameters, and even easily call procedures without having to use a query.
Triggers – Set up SQL code to run either before or after any insert/update/delete occurs in a table.
Events – Events are SQL code scheduled to run at either a specific time or on a reoccurring interval.