Microsoft Access for Mac

Today on we listed some of the Microsoft Access apps for Mac. What do you mean by Microsoft Access?  Microsoft Access allows the users to open and edit the MDB databases.
1.Access Database Manager ($9.99)
It supports Access 2000 files and permits you to filter sort and export data. This access contains one attracting features that is it allows to edit MDB files. The starting purchase rate of this access is at 44.99.  You can also update table row data, insert new tables, create a new database, import CSV data.

  1. View table data with paging list.
  2. Select the tables to view.
  3. Send the table data to insert SQL, support access etc.
  4. Click on the column header and sort the table data.
  5. Zoom data through the data font size.
  6. It supports for mdb and accdb Microsoft Access database format.

2.MDB Tool ($5.99)
It is the best resource for viewing Microsoft Access databases on a Mac.  This tool only accesses tables but not support for queries, forms or reports.

  1. Export your data directly into SQL format.
  2. Quick table view count.
  3. Supports for Unicode data.

3.MDB Explorer ($4.99 Mac App Store)
MDB Explorer
It lets you open tables from multiple databases at same time. You can export data into many features like CSV, TXT, XML, XLS. It supports Access 97-2003 (.mdb) files. If you like to use 2007-2013 files, you want to pay the extra amount and also you get an upgrade from the app.

  1. Unicode data support.
  2. Open and view your files in full-screen mode.
  3. Excellent filtering capabilities.

Note: If you decided to buy an MDB Explorer before that try to use a free trial version.
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4.ACCDB MDB Explorer ($18.99 Mac App Store)
ACCDB MDB Explorer
This access is specifically designed for viewing and exporting tables. A free trial is also available so try to use it as first.

  1. Image viewer and text viewer.
  2. Unicode data support.
  3. Sorting and Searching functions.
  4. Generate SQL files for other popular databases: MySQL, Oracle, SQLite, SQLServer.
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