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Description

Warp for iOS allows you to convert and analyze (very) large databases with ease at the speed of light. In Warp, you work on a small subset of the data, after which Warp repeats your actions on the entire dataset. Unlike most data analysis apps, you do not have to type any codes in Warp.

√ Read data from files (e.g. CSVs), databases (MySQL, PostgreSQL or SQLite)

√ Efficiently analyze large datasets: Warp works closely together with databases to deliver the best performance.

√ Work faster by creating your analysis on a small subset of the data, then run it on all data with only a single click

√ Easily re-run an analysis on different data, possibly from different sources

√ Easy-to-use, step-based interface

What’s New

Version 1.3.1

Minor bug fixes and visual improvements (to icons and formula syntax coloring)

Ratings and Reviews

1.0 out of 5
1 Rating

1 Rating

mmcx ,

Must use iCloud

So, my question is answered by purchasing. Warp on iPhone cannot import an SQLite database.
I apologize for the one star. I am guessing (from reading about TOMMY VAN DER VORST & PixelSpark) that Warp is a good product. I would have bought it simply to support Tommy/PixelSpark even had I known in advance I could not import and work on a local SQLite db.
<sigh> I simply want to import my own SQLite3 database and use it on my iPhone.

Developer Response ,

Dear mmcx, reading SQLite files should be possible with Warp on iOS as well as on macOS. Please let me know (through tommy@pixelspark.nl) what steps you take exactly so we can get this resolved. Best, Tommy.

karmajunkie ,

I really want to like this, but...

I can't even get it to let me connect to a remote Postgres database. It doesn't support URL connection strings, and it doesn't fully support decomposed URL connections (e.g. No place to put the schema name in the connection dialog.) This might be ok for the "happy path" user that doesn't use anything besides the public schema, but it makes it useless for the rest of us. There's also no obvious way to change the connection parameters if you get one wrong, like the password. And now it crashes on me anytime I try to add a new document.

This looks like it might be a nice piece of software one day, but its premature at best right now.

Developer Response ,

Hi karmajunkie - there are two places where you can change connection details. One is in the settings screen (host name, user name, password), the other is in the step bar, near the top of the screen (schema name, database name, table name). The settings screen can be reached by clicking the cog icon in the lower right corner. Hope this helps!

App Privacy

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Supports

  • Family Sharing

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

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