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Ninox

Version 3.6.6

Flat-file database system.

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Ninox overview

Ninox is a simple flat-file database system.

  • Tables - With Ninox you manage your data in tables that you can browse, filter, sort and group.
  • Data fields - Ninox offers a variety of data fields, including text, numbers, Yes / No, list, date, time, picture and web address.
  • Relations - Link tables to each other to represent complex situations.
  • Forms - For neat enter data, make simple drag-and-drop forms.
  • Find - The fast full-text search is the very center of Ninox, so you immediately jump to the desired information.
  • Calculations - As in a spreadsheet to make calculations about individual records, or even entire tables linked tables.
  • Calendar - All entries with date reference are clearly displayed in the calendar.
  • Diagrams - Point to a button the current state.
  • Export - Of course, you can also export your data to further process them with Excel.
  • Roles and rights - Control exactly who can see or change the data.

What’s new in version 3.6.6

Updated on Jun 02 2022

  • Timezone-independent dates for "Date" field
  • 9 new features for script editor: line numbers, indentation, code formatting, auto-completion, syntax highlighting, breadcrumbs, error/warning marks, search and replace, and brace matching/auto-completion
  • Detailed overview of the usage of the licensed quotas for Ninox Public Cloud users Fixed bugs
  • "Appointment", "Radio", and "Image" fields fixed
  • "sendEmail()" properly sends attachments
  • "http" function with "POST" properly sends XML data Bugs fixed in 3.6.6
  • Local databases not opening after adding the date field
  • Table references rendered as radio buttons not preserving the update order
  • TypeError coming up in a few formulas working with Date field Bugs fixed in 3.6.4
  • White screen coming up on macOS Mojave
  • Wrong colors shown on standard palette in color picker
  • Search result mismatch in Global search when compared to web app Bugs fixed in 3.6.3
  • Just a white screen visible after opening the application since the update to 3.6.0

Information

License

Commercial

Size

7 MB

Developer’s website

https://ninox.com/en

Downloads

2326

App requirements

  • Intel 64
  • macOS 10.13.0 or later
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Sir1963
Sir1963
Jan 11 2022
3.5.11
0.0
Jan 11 2022
0.0
Version: 3.5.11
I do NOT rent software. I am NEVER going to have MY DATA held hostage by anyone like this.
Michael-Vilain
Michael-Vilain
Dec 19 2021
3.5.10
0.0
Dec 19 2021
0.0
Version: 3.5.10
Why would someone buy a subscription-based database program and actually USE it? They won't own their data any more. AND if the company goes toes up or is acquired, god knows what will happen to their license servers. This is one delusional business model. They aren't getting any of my money with so many one-time-purchase products out there that work just fine.
Stoob
Stoob
Jul 7 2021
3.4.0
0.0
Jul 7 2021
0.0
Version: 3.4.0
This is not a one-time purchase.
cano-4423
cano-4423
Sep 15 2020
3.1.3
0.0
Sep 15 2020
0.0
Version: 3.1.3
çok ıyı
Sampler
Sampler
Aug 6 2020
3.0.3
4.0
Aug 6 2020
4.0
Version: 3.0.3
The table format is rigid. The font is small for my taste. and can't be changed. The rows are high, so there's a lot of space around the entries. There's no way to get entries to wrap. To really view the entries easily, I export to Easy CSV Editor.
weatherornot57
weatherornot57
Apr 5 2019
2.5.5
5.0
Apr 5 2019
5.0
Version: 2.5.5
For those that may be on the fence as to whether they should purchase Ninox or not, there have been some major updates with Ninox and that should relieve any fears. Still not sure, read on. First, Ninox itself was designed and built in Germany but now with "merger", there is now a US "component" side of it. This, in itself, helps in so many ways...especially you needed tech support. Next, Ninox is a fully fledged relational type database, not just flat. You can have one-to-one OR one-to-many. The interface for Ninox is superb, easy to use, and it is extremely fast, even if with your huge database with many tables. BTW, there is a free trial for Ninox, if wanted. It was once true that without a manual the learning curve was a little hard. This is no longer the case. If you are willing to spend a few hours, you can learn the beginning of Ninox and have a fully working database. Now with the US side, there are different days where you can learn via a webinar, or there are now videos being made (via Youtube) at least once a week, the learning is even easier. For those who want to learn the basics, every Wednesday at 8 am (Eastern time) and again, at 4 pm there is a webinar for an hour or more. Other days have different topics that may be a little more advanced. These webinars are free of charge If you purchase Ninox, there are even some prebuilt databases (12). From Custom CRM, Real Estate, Contacts, Accounting, Inventory, etc. You can play with them (in fact, they encourage you to play with them to get the feel and understand what everything does) and if you do something wrong, you just delete the database and download it again. To top it all, each of the webinars are recorded and available free of charge to watch as often as needed. And now, as this is review is being written, they have put out an exhaustive online manual. It is still not complete but will be done very soon. There is so much more with Ninox I would like to touch on but I will just say that as an owner/user of Ninox, I love it and use every day.
Pfackelmann
Pfackelmann
Aug 24 2017
2.1.1
0.0
Aug 24 2017
0.0
Version: 2.1.1
MacUpdate calls this: Flat-file database system All other sources call it relational I can't test it as there is no trial version. who can?
Rasputinsrevengereloadet
Rasputinsrevengereloadet
Jun 18 2017
2.0.3
4.5
Jun 18 2017
4.5
Version: 2.0.3
This app is extremely easy to use and still you can do a lot! Im not a programmer but still I find my way around most tasks I set myself. If there is a problem and I don't know how to solve a certain task, there is the community and the developer who help you spontaneous and frequently. Just check out the help pages and the comments there and post away if you have a question. Long time since I was fascinated again by an application for Mac.
awestwood
awestwood
Feb 13 2017
1.7.0
4.0
Feb 13 2017
4.0
Version: 1.7.0
This is a very good database, ideal for those of us that don't want the full relational and scriptable Filemaker/4D type of app that I've used in the past. I found it easy to create databases and tables, to import and export data, to design appropriate layouts, and to do admittedly limited calculations within or across records. I've reserved a star because the computations are very limited, and so is filtering data on fields - though finding text matches does work very well. I've tried several other db apps, eg TapForms, iDatabase, and Records 1.5 - Ninox is a tad more expensive but is better than them all, by a fair bit.
Skapplin
Skapplin
Mar 19 2016
1.6.0
5.0
Mar 19 2016
5.0
Version: 1.6.0
Have just downloaded Niniox and tested it with an import of my software registrations database made using iData 3/4. The import was so fast ai thought it had failed! It's very fast, but import functionality is limited to CSV files. I have not yet tested its relational capabilities that it claims to support, but after you create one database it appears that it expects the next one to be part of a relational tree. From my limited experience with Ninox I would say it seems to be a decent replacement for Bento which is no longer supported. For the $30.00 price tag I would say it is bargain.
PhilTate7625
PhilTate7625
Feb 21 2015
1.4.1
4.0
Feb 21 2015
4.0
Version: 1.4.1
I’ve only got one day experience with Ninox, but so far I like it. I migrated from Bento to another app that had some integrity issues, so I wanted something reliable and versatile. The user interface is not always intuitive, and the online manual is too brief, but I’ve managed to do about everything I wanted with it. It’s fast, the data cells are color customizable, and the calculation fields give you a lot of control. However, the graphical interface for the calculations gets in my way more than it helps. The idea is to keep you from doing something wrong, but it can feel limiting. Importing data from csv files mostly worked, but some data types won’t import except as text. The saving grace is the ability to filter rows, then do a bulk data modification, which is really easy. It’s not the prettiest app you’ll find, but it gets the job done, and some of my gripes may go away as I get more experienced. There’s a free app for iPad, but if you want to sync data with iCloud you need a $16 in-app purchase. So for less than $50 I got a pretty powerful database app for my Mac Mini and my iPad.
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