Developer: SQLabs s.r.l.

Current Version: 1.8.0

Last Updated: 1 year ago

Download Size: 9.3 MB - Download


MDBLite is the fastest way to convert your Microsoft Access™ MDB databases to sqlite. Just drag an MDB database to MDBLite to start the conversion process.

Once converted you'll have a fully featured sqlite database than you can also export as CSV or as raw SQL statements.

IMPORTANT: MDBLite cannot convert .accdb databases and if you use Access 2007 or newer you must export your databases to Access 2003 format.


Release Notes:

Improved Microsoft Access MDB database support.
Added support for MacOS Sierra (10.12).
Other fixes and improvements.


Most Helpful Reviews

Version 1.6.1
Review by brian485

Worked great and drop-dead simple - I jumped through hoops with little success before but this app did it perfectly and the first time. Thank you writing it. Highly recommended if you don’t want to deal with a MS Windows machine. I wish I’d found it earlier.

Found helpful by 1 out of 1 people
Version 1.6.1
Review by The Trudeaus

Very disappointing - Couldn’t open any of my old access databases; got that same error of unknown JET version. Even wrote to support and sent them one of the databases to ask why it couldn’t open it. They never answered. All of the databases were in older JET formats: 95 and 98. Very disapointed that the MDBLite Support didn’t even bother to respond to my inquiry.

Found helpful by 4 out of 4 people

More Reviews for Current Version

Version 1.8.0
Review by climbd

Didn’t work - I bought this to open a single mdb file and it failed to do it. How do I get a refund?

Found helpful by 3 out of 4 people
Version 1.8.0
Review by TechnoCommando

Ripe Off - Could not open a single database. What a ripe off!

Found helpful by 2 out of 2 people
Version 1.8.0
Review by Moss Media

Worked ad advertised. - I needed to convert a MDB file to CSV which is wht this tool is advertised to do. After seeing all the negative reviews, I was skeptical to get it -but went ahead and tried it. It worked perfectly. Opened the MDB file, gave me a view of all the tables in the database. I was able to select a table, File>Export to CSV, and it worked perfectly.

Found helpful by 0 out of 0 people