Postico 2 4+

Jakob Egger

    • 5.0 • 5 Ratings
    • $59.99



Postico 2 is the leading database app for PostgreSQL-compatible databases on the Mac.

Postico has a singular focus on its core audience: people who use databases.

Our customers range from researchers and analysts to app developers and students. Whether you want to enter data, search data, or perform SQL queries, Postico has you covered.

What’s New

Version 2.1

New Features:
- Added a new setting that allows you to display binary values ("bytea") as Hex, Base64, or Crockford's Base32
- Multi-column sort! Sometimes a single column just isn't enough. Postico can now sort tables by multiple columns. Just hold down the option key when clicking the column to sort.
- Sort NULLSs first or last. Right click the column header and make your choice.
- More ways to organise your queries: Postico now supports symbolic links and aliases.

Small Improvements:
- Added a command to copy all values in a column
- Added a way to add a device name when activating multi-user licenses
- Add support for "nulls not distinct" indics
- Postico now has a command for generating UUIDv7 values
- Row counts are now formatted according to system settings (eg. 1,000,000 rows instead of 1000000 rows)
- Escape key no longer ends full screen mode
- Better support for functions & stored procdedures on Amazon Redshift

Bug Fixes:
- Fixed a few crashes eg. when refreshing while the mouse is inside the "is in list" filter text field
- Fixed bug when adding columns with comments
- Better error messages when autocomplete fails

Ratings and Reviews

5.0 out of 5
5 Ratings

5 Ratings

macaddiict ,

Helpful and well designed

When I was new to Postgres administration, I was thankful that Postico took out a lot of the confusion. Now that I work on databases often, I have experience with other tools and often come back to Postico 2 because it is fast, as simple as a complex tool like this can be, and has been reliable for me. There are some advanced functions that the app doesn't support directly, but I have never ran into a situation where Postico let me down. Thank you to the dev team!

GameHater987 ,

Fantasic app that I've been using for years.

I just went through trying several other options, but I keep coming back to Postico. It was the nice UX for editing a table's indexes that got me.

App Privacy

The developer, Jakob Egger, indicated that the app’s privacy practices may include handling of data as described below. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

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  • Family Sharing

    Up to six family members can use this app with Family Sharing enabled.