SQL Server / MSSQL by SQLPro 4+

Database UI for SQL Server

Hankinsoft Development Inc

    • 4.2 • 106 Ratings
    • Free
    • Offers In-App Purchases



SQLPro for MSSQL is a lightweight Microsoft SQL Server database client, allowing quick and simple access to MSSQL Servers, including those hosted via cloud services such as SQL Azure or Amazon RDS.

Features include:
+ Intellisense/SQL autocompletion.
+ Syntax highlighting.
+ Tabbed based interface for an optimal user experience (iPad).
+ Support for executing multiple queries at once.
+ Quick access to tables, columns and more.
+ Dark & Light themes which can be switched manually or automatically adjusted by your devices brightness.
+ Netbios support.
+ NTLMv2 supported (but not required).
+ SSH Tunnelling (password authentication only).

Some of the great features include:
+ Microsoft SQL Azure
+ Microsoft SQL Server 2005
+ Microsoft SQL Server 2008
+ Microsoft SQL Server 2008 R2
+ Microsoft SQL Server 2012
+ Microsoft SQL Server 2014
+ Microsoft SQL Server 2016

Thanks to the FreeTDS project (http://www.freetds.org/) for their great library.

This SQL Client does NOT work with MySQL or Postgres. Please ensure that your server is a Microsoft SQL Server (2005 or above).

Note 1: SQL Server Express is supported, however using it makes me sad. Please confirm that the SQL Server Express installation has been configured properly for remote connections over TCP/IP, and that you can connect remotely from another windows pc before requesting support.

Note 2: SQLPro for MSSQL can connect to Microsoft SQL Server 2000 however it is not supported.

Privacy Policy:

Terms of Use:

SQLPro requires a Premium upgrade in order to interact with database result sets. Premium is available as either a Lifetime Purchase or through a Subscription with Monthly and Yearly options. Subscriptions auto-renew within 24 hours of the expiration date unless auto-renewal is turned off in the iTunes account settings. Your Account will be charged for renewal (based on your selected plan) within 24-hours prior to the end of the current period. Any unused portion of a free trial period, if offered, will be forfeited when the user purchases a subscription to that publication, where applicable. Payment will be charged to your iTunes Account at confirmation of purchase.

What’s New

Version 2014.15

+ Fixed a few crash issues some users were seeing.

Ratings and Reviews

4.2 out of 5
106 Ratings

106 Ratings

big_anemone ,

Good tool, fair price

It works well. I can connect to all my SQL Server servers using windows authentication & named instances, view tables, write and run queries, etc. The interface takes some getting used to, but I understand the challenge of squeezing at least the basic functionality of SSMS into a touch interface. 9.99/year is a very fair price, especially since you can use the basics for free.

I’ve seen some sluggish performance, and auto-complete seems clunky at best (are these two connected, at least for me)? But it’s awfully nice to have a tool this good available on iOS.

Developer Response ,

Hi! I just wanted to take a second and thank you for the review. I also wanted to check in on the autocomplete to try and get a few more details. If you get the chance, please email me directly via kyle @ hankinsoft.com. If possible, I would like to know if you are using iPhone or iPad and if you could expand on what you are seeing/what I could improve so that I can make some changes to it. Thanks again!

ZombiePenguin10 ,

By far the best MS SQL SERVER Client for iPad

I have been using iPads almost since the first one came out and never found a database client that worked well for me (been through numerous ones trying over the years) till now. Before had to pull out my laptop to do anything, now for most stuff I easily work on things from the iPad.

Only infinitesimal issue I have is wish it had better options for execution plans since I need to optimize queries a lot, but that may not even be possible. Just so happy to have a client that works.


Pretty good app, but it makes me wonder…

…how it saves configuration data across app and data deletion?

Turned off iCloud access, deleted app and data, and verified that no iCloud usage is shown for the app. (Why iCloud access was allowed in the first place is also a little strange)

Downloaded the app again and the old configuration data was back anyway, though, interestingly not the blocking of iCloud access!?
Perhaps I did something wrong but before I don’t understand what is going on I am probably not going to subscribe to it. Too bad as it does what I need.
Thanks in advance for any explanation.

App Privacy

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