Querious is new database manager for Mac OS X
Araelium Group has released Querious (http://www.araelium.com/querious), an US$29 database management application for Mac OS X. It includes the ability to view, edit, and search data, manage table schema, indexes, queries, and users, and ships initially with a native connector to MySQL 5. Direct, SSH, and SSL connections are all supported.
The Querious interface features a design enabling fluid navigation between viewing data, editing schemas, writing queries, and administrating users, according to Seth Willits, creator of the software. Tabbed windows allows multiple active views at the same time including multiple sessions and query results.
Data searches are done with the built-in Records Filter placed above the records view, or with full SQL queries. Queries are kept in a history, or saved as favorites in user-defined folders. Previously saved queries can be modified. Data can be exported as SQL, CSV, Tab, and other formats. Full backups can be exported with optional table create and drop statements.
Querious also features a CSV/Tab records viewer and editor. Records files can be viewed, searched, and edited in a speadsheet-like manner. A demo is available for download.