DataOrganizer is an easy to use personal database for macOS. DataOrganizer is intended to be a modern replacement for Bento.
Imports existing data from Bento 4, BayCard (DataOrganizer's predecessor), CSV (Comma Separated Values), and TSV (Tab Separated Values)
Includes eight ready-made templates: Clients, Inventory, Issues, Journal, Membership List, Party Planner, Recipes, and Serial Numbers.
Allows for further organization of your libraries into "sub-groups" using stacks and smart stacks. (A stack is similar to a playlist in iTunes, while a smart stack is criteria-based and is similar to a smart playlist.)
Includes over 20 field types.
Supports Mojave’s Dark Mode.
Supported field types:
Basic field types, such as: Text, Multi-Line Comment, Tags, Choice, Date, Duration, URL, Email, Phone Number, Address, Check Box, Number, Currency, and Star Rating.
Four special field types that link to macOS's built-in databases: Contacts, Calendar Events, Files, Mail Messages.
A Media List field type that stores photos.
A Relationship field type that allows for one library to link to another library.
What’s new in version 2022.0.2
Updated on Aug 24 2022
When importing a CSV or a TSV file, both "Duration" and "New Duration" can now be chosen for a particular column that will be imported as a field.
When exporting a library or stack as a CSV file, durations are now exported as they are shown within duration fields.
Fixed an issue where the importer may crash when attempting to import a number formatted as currency.
I still use Bento. It doesn't work as well as I'd like on an iOS (often crashes when I attempt to copy data) device though it's rock solid on my Mac (running High Sierra) and it syncs just fine as well.
And while I would like a database that's supported I'm not willing to deal with the nonsense that is subscription-ware to do it.
I can't call this a review, because I haven't used DataOrganizer enough for that. But on first look, the database seems very nicely designed. I just wish it had a way to print mailing labels. Great start. BTW, it isn't free. It costs $20 per year, but it does have a 14-day free trial.