Navicat version 9 for Linux is released
Posted by: samnav sam
Date: July 05, 2010 09:47PM

PremiumSoft today announces the immediate release of:
• Navicat Premium v.9.0.9 (Linux)
• Navicat for MySQL v. 9.0.9 (Linux)
• Navicat for Oracle v. 9.0.9 (Linux)
• Navicat for PostgreSQL v. 9.0.9 (Linux)
• Navicat for SQLite v. 9.0.9 (Linux)

These releases mark a complete Navicat product offering to the Linux users. Linux users can now experience the comprehensive database administration for MySQL, Oracle, PostgreSQL and SQLite with Navicat.

Navicat Premium is a multi-connections Database Administration tool allowing you to connect to MySQL, Oracle, PostgreSQL and SQLite databases simultaneously within a single application, making database administration to multiple kinds of database so easy. Navicat Premium combines the functions of other Navicat members together with below great new features:

New Key features:
- Support of SQLite
- Oracle PL/SQL Debugger
- Enhanced Code Completion
- Code Formatter
- Code outline
- Recovery of Documents from crashes
- Shortcut to open official online documents
- Option to show query results below query editor
- Storing favorite actions as shortcut
- Enhanced User Interface

For more details, please see the release notes at
Or, download the 30-day fully functional free trial at:

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