Open Microsoft Access databases on your Mac – regardless if they are in the older MDB or the newer ACCDB format.
• view, search and export your data
• the only universal Access database viewer – supports MDB, ACCDB, MDE and ACCDE
• no hidden costs, no in-app-purchases
This app makes viewing Access file quick and easy. A convenient search function lets you find what you are looking for. Double clicking rows brings up a record window perfect for reading long text or inspecting images.
MDB Viewer plays nice with others: export your database as Excel files, as CSV files, convert it to SQLite, or create SQL dumps. Because all apps have their unique intricacies, the documentation includes detailed instructions for transferring your data to Filemaker, Bento, Excel, Numbers, Open Office, MySQL, PostgreSQL, SQLite and Address Book.
While MDB Viewer shows all the data stored in the database, it can not display forms or queries, and it can not modify databases.
Visit the website for even more information at https://eggerapps.at/mdbviewer/
- fixed a crash when an error occurred during XLS or XLSX export
- fixed a memory error that could potentially cause a crash
Ratings and ReviewsSee All
Didn't have all tables
I'm disappointed, as the tables that I needed were not imported, for some reason...
Hopefully, I will have use for this at one time or another, as I don't think I can return it... :(
Solved my problem, thanks to prompt support
Had a dozen Access databases to convert, most of which Access 2013 and Access 2003 on PC users computers converted. But 2 caused Access to give error messages without converting. MDB ACCDB Viewer converted 1 of those databases, which had over 14,000 records, pretty quickly to Excel, and quicker to CSV. The 2nd file would not open because was an "Access 1.0 file". The developer of MDB ACCDB Viewer, Jakob Egger, worked with me to convert that file to a newer version of Access, and MDB ACCDB Viewer converted that new file to Excel and CSV immediately. Thank you!
This product did exactly what I wanted — exported a large access database into a MySQL compatible dump. It is strange that the only working tool I have found for migrating .accdb files comes from a single developer who wrote a product for the Mac platform. This is well worth the $20 dollars. This will save me lots of time and surely impress my colleagues.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.