Most popular PostgreSQL GUIs in 2022: the (almost) scientific list

This page summarizes the projects mentioned and recommended in the original post on dev.to

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  • dbeaver

    Free universal database tool and SQL client

    OmniDB is more complex than a Postico or TablePlus but less advanced than a DataGrip or Navicat. It's a good free option but maybe less complete than DBeaver, which has a better documentation and a seemingly larger community.

  • pgadmin4

    Mirror of the pgAdmin 4 GIT repo. DO NOT submit pull requests here! Use the [email protected] mailing list. Issues should be logged at https://redmine.postgresql.org/projects/pgadmin4.

    pgAdmin is the most popular PostgreSQL GUI. It is purpose built for Postgres and supports all its features and operations. pgAdmin is open source and also supports Postgres derivative databases such as EDB Postgres Advanced Server. You can test it live here.

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  • TablePlus

    TablePlus macOS issue tracker

    TablePlus is a database management GUI supporting various databases including MySQL, Redshift, Redis, MongoDB and of course PostgreSQL.

  • Postico

    Public issue tracking for Postico

    Postico is macOS PostgreSQL client for reading data, doing basic manual data entry and editing your database structure.

NOTE: The number of mentions on this list indicates mentions on common posts plus user suggested alternatives. Hence, a higher number means a more popular project.

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