Navicat (MySQL GUI)
- Free to try
- Date added
- 7 August 2013
Navicat is an ideal solution for MySQL administration and development. This is an all-inclusive mysql front end provides a powerful graphical interface for databases management, development and maintenance. Easy installation and intuitive interface make it an irreplaceable tool for mysql on the web or your local desktop. Navicat supports all verions of MySQL and let you converts Access to MySQL, MS SQL to MySQL, Excel to MySQL, synchronizes and backups database in a snap through helpful wizards. Major features include Visual Query Builder, Import/ Export, Report Builder, Backup/ Restore, SSH and HTTP Tunneling and Data Transfer. Navicat also supports to import data from ODBC, batch job scheduling (create schedule for Import/Export, Data Transfer and saved queries), printing of table structure. It also includes a full featured graphical manager for setting the users and access privileges. Navicat version 8 supports Code Completion, Form View and email Notification Services, etc. Navicat is the number 1 MySQL database administration shareware in Download.com with over 350,000 downloads and 1,100,000 installations worldwide. Some of the users including Sony Music, Intel, Kodak, FedEx, KPMG Consulting, Ericsson, Siemens AG, Yahoo!, NTT DoCoMo (Japan), Hitachi (Japan), Imation, Lexmark, Cisco Systems, RSA Security, Avis (Europe), U.S. Department of Energy, UPS, Disney, Oxford University, Harvard University, NASA Space Flight Center, MIT, Michigan State University, University of Michigan. Navicat delivers a personal experience, simplifying the way you work. The program is available for Windows, Mac OS X and Linux and supports multiple languages.
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