SQLite - Browse Editor Manager

SQLite - Browse Editor Manager

By Moon Technolabs Pvt Ltd

  • App Category: Utilities
  • Release Date: 2012-12-10
  • Current Version: 2.6
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 26.29 MB
  • Developer: Moon Technolabs Pvt Ltd
  • Compatibility: Android, iOS 9.0
App Ratings: 1.5
1.5
Based on 10 Reviews

SQLite - Browse Editor Manager App Description

SQLite-Browser is full functional Sqlite client application for iOS devices which allow to browser, manage and execute Sqlite database ● Main Features: - Allow to import unlimited sqlite database files - Allow to browse tables and views - View table/query result in grid kind view - View details row by double tap on row - Edit record and save it on server by few taps - Query text editor, do anything you want to using query - Configurable rows size and column width - Export tables/results data to CSV format and share via email - Query history so easy to use next time - Universal binary for all iOS devices ● Most welcome for any suggestion or feedback to make better and enhance app support@moontechnolabs.com

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App Reviews

  • Doesn’t work

    1
    By Pig killer 1995
    The app simply does not work. Trying to connect with drop box it just gives the endless spinning circle of failure.
  • Refund please

    2
    By spooky rogue
    I bought it to fill a need, however the above review is correct, You're unable to import DBs from external apps which is key to functionality. I've given the app two stars because it's got an excellent system for managing databases from a graphical perspective but for me it doesn't fill a purpose.
  • Excellent Application

    5
    By EdLewis2
    This app has. Become a workhorse for me, reliably opening, editing and querying SQLite databases on my iPhone. I recommend it!
  • Failed to import file from external app, integrate with Dropbox

    2
    By Ticket master is lazy
    I had a file downloaded to Serverauditor that I shared with the Import to SQLite option, but it just loaded the SQLite app and did nothing--no imported file showed. Then, I attempted to use Dropbox instead, and it did not directly integrate with the Dropbox app.
  • Open in... Doesn't work

    1
    By KeepWalkingBR
    Could not open a .db file from email or Dropbox. Wasted my money.
  • Didnt work

    1
    By The Mac Dadddy
    Would not view or edit the sqlite file i had waste of $$
  • Verdict is still out

    1
    By Joejank
    I purchased the aps and ran into a problem trying to import my SQLite db. In attempting to contact the developer - there email address doesn't work(full mailbox) - so i am at an impasse right now.

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