EDIT: Navicat it looks like.
One comment, way back int he mists of times (the 90's) MySQL was known as the database that would eat your data. It had a number of data gobbling bugs, as well as no transactions.
I'm genuinely surprised how far good marketing and ease of use will go to make a product successful. The postgres guys might learn a bit there. Ease of use will drive a lot of adoption.
What was that Mac 10.7-only, command-line but standalone database tool, designed for high-level analysis of data via queries?
I've been spending hours at a time looking for it, spamming here was a last resort. (Throwing "Postgres" in my searches was what was fouling them—turns out it was just spawned by Heroku's Postgres team...)