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 DataOrganizer
Fixed an issue where some controls in General Preferences would not represent the correct settings.
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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.