DataGrip is a full-featured IDE for working with databases and SQL. It includes commonly found features in database clients, and offers IDE-specific features beyond that — version control, autocompletion, refactoring support, etc.
DataGrip is a multi-platform SQL IDE that is not limited to any particular database platform. DataGrip support a variety of systems out of the box, such as H2, MySQL, PostgreSQL, Oracle, and Microsoft SQL. Additionally, you can specify your own drivers for even further compatibility with your prefe...
As with all other IDEs, DataGrip is powerful and thus requires more resources than usual. It can use up to several GB's of memory when working with high-volume databases, and this has an impact on performance if your system is not equipped to handle it.
Navicat excels at both database management and development. It offers many management features (e.g. job scheduling, data sync, etc.) on top of development features (e.g. code completion, data modelling, etc.).
pgAdmin4 is a web application. The native binary is a wrapped version of the web app that runs a webserver and web browser, thus it has a high memory footprint and other possible impacts on system resources a native application wouldn't have.
While OmniDB is actively developed and maintained, it currently doesn't offer common features found in other database clients. It currently supports only PostgreSQL, but has plans to support others (SQLite, MySQL, MariaDB, Oracle, etc.)
TablePlus' smartly designed interface not only gives you powerful functions, but also allows you to personalize your database workspace by changing themes and font sizes. Our shortcut keys also help you work faster and be more efficient.
Slow, error-prone, tricky installation. Had clients coming to me after being advised to upgrade that they refuse to use this as it isn't nearly as intuitive as the previous version and they kept having problems. Took ages to convince them that it was just the UI that was bad, not Postgresql itself.