Alternatives to Microsoft Office Access for all platforms with any license

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  • LibreOffice - Base icon

    LibreOffice - Base

    Base is a full-featured desktop database front end, designed to meet the needs of a broad array of users, for all kinds of usages, such as keeping track of collections...

    Open Source Mac Windows Linux BSD PortableApps.com

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    • Is a good alternative; even better because it uses common and more powerful databases like mysql or postgres Guest • Mar 2017 Disagree   Agree
  • FileMaker Pro icon

    FileMaker Pro

    FileMaker Pro is powerful, easy-to-use database software that helps you and your team get any task done faster. Millions of people in business, government, and education...

    Commercial Mac Windows iPhone iPad

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  • My Visual Database icon

    My Visual Database

    A simple development environment databases, without the help of specialists and programming skills, you will create a Windows application databases. It can be as simple...

    Commercial Windows

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  • Kexi icon

    Kexi

    Kexi is considered as a long awaited Open Source competitor for Microsoft Access, Filemaker and Oracle Forms. Kexi is an integrated data management application. It...

    Open Source Linux

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    VFront

    VFront is a dynamic front-end for MySQL or PostgreSQL databases written in PHP and Javascript. With VFront you can create forms for manage your data in AJAX style...

    Open Source Mac Windows Linux Web

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  • MyTaskHelper icon

    MyTaskHelper

    MTH is a relational online database and web-form builder. It's an easy web based application with drag and drop interface. Cloud database application helps you to...

    Commercial Web Android

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  • RestDB.io icon

    RestDB.io

    restdb.io is a Plug-and-Play Database Service, suited perfectly to power business apps and dynamic web content. Databases are built in an easy to use web interface....

    Freemium Mac Windows Linux Web Android ... iPhone Android Tablet iPad

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    Xataface

    Xataface is a flexible and shapable skin that sits on top of MySQL, making it accessible to every-day users. It automatically generates the appropriate forms, lists, and...

    Open Source Web

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  • Brilliant Database icon

    Brilliant Database

    Create a personal or business desktop database fast and easily using this simple all-in-one database software. Free 30 day trial. Brilliant Database is a...

    Commercial Windows

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  • Runabase icon

    Runabase

    Simple, powerful and flexible tool for creating databases and accounting programs. No programming skills.

    Free Personal Mac Windows Linux Android

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    Oracle APEX

    Oracle Application Express (Oracle APEX) is a rapid web application development tool for the Oracle database. Using only a web browser and limited programming...

    Freemium Windows Linux

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Microsoft Office Access Comments

Some of them are not real alternatives

Negative Comment by tomaseroles
about Microsoft Office Access Jan 2017

I can't agree with your list unless what you want to do is to play with a database as a simple toy.
I'm a linux and open source user since more than 10 years and very critical with the politics of licensing of M$, but I use access after more than 20 years.
I've been ckeched some of the applications you have in the list, and maybe the only one who can reach Access is FileMaker.
Access is not only a tool for browse databases, but also is a great tool to develop applications, easier to use than VB.NET or similar.
You may create good and complete applications with Access, and offer them to customers or users and have a nice experience for the user. It's useful, it's practical, it's easy, it's a tool which you can develop an application in few times.
It's so good that sometimes it's difficult to believe that it's a Microsoft application.
In fact, if you wish to develop with an alternative to Access, you have to use FileMaker. The best option of filemaker is that it allows to develop to Windows and for Mac

[Edited by tomaseroles, January 20]

And I forgot, it's programming language, VBA has a nice leaning curve, and allows to the programmer to make very impressive and useful applications.

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