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Description

Postico is a modern database app for your Mac.

Postico is the perfect tool for data entry, analytics, and application development.

- connect to Postgres.app
- connect to PostgreSQL version 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13 and 14 servers
- connect to cloud services like Heroku Postgres, Amazon Redshift, Amazon RDS
- connect to other RDBMs that use the PostgreSQL protocol, like CockroachDB or Greenplum

Postico is the perfect app for managing your data. It has great tools for data entry. Filter rows that contain a search term, or set up advanced filters with multiple conditions. Quickly view rows from related tables, and save time by editing multiple rows at once.

For analytics workloads, Postico has a powerful query editor with syntax highlighting and many advanced text editing features. Execute multiple queries at once, or execute them one at a time and export results quickly.

For application developers, Postico offers a full featured table designer. Add, rename and remove columns, set default values, and add column constraints (NOT NULL, UNIQUE, CHECK constraints, foreign keys etc.). Document your database by adding comments to every table, view, column, and constraint.

But the best part of Postico is how well it works. Postico is made on a Mac for a Mac. It works great with all your other Mac apps. Use all the usual keyboard shortcuts. Postico gets the basic things like copy/paste just right, and also supports more advanced features like services for text editing.

What’s New

Version 1.5.20

- Add support for generated columns
- Postico now supports virtual columns and identity columns
- Add support for EXCLUDE constraints in DDL view
- Fixed the "Show/Hide Navigation Sidebar" command on macOS Big Sur
- Ignore BOM at beginning of CSV files when importing
- Allow updating tables with FLOAT4 columns and no primary key
- Improved support for Greenplum version 6
- Limit the length of error messages to avoid UI bugs
- Fixed a layout glitch in the right sidebar
- Fixed an issue where radio buttons in the VACUUM dialog were invisible
- Fixed overflow menu that appears the window is too small to show all toolbar items
- Show connection encryption badge only after connection is established
- Fixed a rare crash when double-clicking items in the sidebar
- Fixed a crash when Postico tries to show an error message on macOS 10.10
- Fixed a few crashes that are hard to explain
- New tabs are now always added at the end to work around a macOS bug when using full screen mode

Ratings and Reviews

4.5 out of 5
28 Ratings

28 Ratings

LaneC ,

POSTICO is Amazing!

I was using PGAdmin on my Mac and dealing with constant usability issues.

With PGAdmin I would have windows randomly resizing on me while trying to administer my local dev environment.

I switched to Postico and everything works great! The software’s UI is not only stable but much more responsive than PGAdmin ever was. I have been a happy user for quite some time but just got around to reviewing it. I wish there was a free version for developers to give it a try with a paid upgrade inside of the app for the full release. That would give me the ability to promote it more to others.

mikegrok ,

work completed in 6 months, vs 36 man years

I used postgres via homebrew and postico to automate a linux to windows server migration. A nearly identical project was 24 man years into an estimated 36 man year project using manual data corrilation.

My project was in 2016. II am sure that Postico has only gotten better. As I was using it for the project, there were several updates that improved it for my project.

Being able so sort my data on various columns in the result window without re-running the queries greatly sped up my work. My record barely fit on 3 monitors side by side. The postico features made my project viable, so I only needed to pull the results into excel when sending reports to management.

Finding intersections of keywords in arrays (records can contain arrays), a postgres feature, was instrumental in my solution.

Sammala ,

Postico is wonderful

I used it view/modify a Postgres db and it consistently exceeded my expectations.

However, wish there was a way to store local connection profiles at a database level instead of having each bookmark open up ‘localhost.'

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.

Data Not Linked to You

The following data may be collected but it is not linked to your identity:

  • Usage Data
  • Diagnostics

Privacy practices may vary, for example, based on the features you use or your age. Learn More

Supports

  • Family Sharing

    With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.