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Navicat requires different licenses for different platforms (a license for Navicat PostgreSQL cannot be used for Navicat MySQL, or other platforms) unless you purchase Navicat Premium, which costs $1,299 for Enterprise, and $599 for non-commercial. The licenses are also locked to a single user/computer. See More
Navicat has an add-on feature (Navicat Cloud) that offers project-based team collaboration. Each project can hold different database connections, SQL snippets, and such. If you work in a highly collaborative environment dealing with databases, this will help your teams and databases stay in sync. The basic plan is free (for Navicat license owners), and the pro plan is $9.99/mo. See More
MySQL, Oracle, PostgreSQL, IBM DB2, Microsoft SQL Server, Microsoft Access, Sybase, Java DB (Derby), Firebird (Interbase), Derby (JavaDB), SQLite, Mimer, HSQLDB, H2, IBM Informix, Teradata, SAP MAX DB, Cache, Ingres, Linter, Vertica, MongoDB, Cassandra, ODBC, Any JDBC compliant data source. See More
When you type the name of an object in the SQL editor, it turns into a hyperlink which you can CTRL+Click to go to the object in database directly. For example: if you typed a table name in the editor, CTRL+Click-ing it will bring you to that table. This is convenient when writing SQL queries; it will save you many clicks. See More
Compared to the predecessor extremely slow, no macros but a nice and fresh UI. See More
UI too slow. Text boxes with fixed size for editting functions. See More
The tabbed browser in pgAdmin 4 is excellent for accomodating different screen/window sizes. If you're on a small screen, the tabbed browser can save you screen estate by displaying the different panels in different tabs. If you're on a big screen, you can make full use of your screen estate by detaching the panels and moving it where you like. See More
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. See More
Doesn't appear to be able to dump version 10 postgresql databases in the free version See More
Supports multiple databases, amongst which PostgreSQL, .NET framework needs to be installed. See More
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