I upgraded the version of DB Browser for SQLite on my MacBook Pro today to the latest version, 3.9.1v2. Before upgrading, I had version 3.8.0 on the system. When I checked the version from a command line interface, i.e., a Terminal window, using the system_profiler command, I didn't find any references to the program when I searched for "SQLite:", but I saw the version number listed for "sqlitebrowser."
$ system_profiler SPApplicationsDataType | grep -i "SQLite:" -A 2 $ system_profiler SPApplicationsDataType | grep -i "Browser:" -A 2 sqlitebrowser: Version: 3.8.0 $ system_profiler SPApplicationsDataType | grep -i "sqlitebrowser" -A 2 sqlitebrowser: Version: 3.8.0 -- Location: /Applications/sqlitebrowser.app Get Info String: DB Browser for SQLite $
The changes for version 3.9.1 from the prior version are listed at DB Browser for SQLite 3.9.1.
To upgrade the application on a Mac, you can double-click on the downloaded Apple Disk Image .dmg file and, when the install window opens, click on the cylindrical icon in the window and drag it to the right over top of the Applications folder icon.
If asked if you want to replace the existing "DB Browser for SQLite.app," click on Replace.
If you then double-click on the "DB Browser for SQLite.app" file in the Applications folder, you will see the message " 'DB Browser for SQLite.app' is an application downloaded from the Internet. Are you sure you want to open it?"
Click on Open.
After I performed the upgrade, I still saw the "sqlitebrowser" entry for version 3.8.0 when I used the system_profiler command to search for references to "sql," but I also saw there was now an entry returned for version 3.9.1, also.
$ system_profiler SPApplicationsDataType | grep -i "sql" -A 2 DB Browser for SQLite: Version: 3.9.1 -- Location: /Applications/DB Browser for SQLite.app Get Info String: 3.9.1 -- sqlitebrowser: Version: 3.8.0 -- Location: /Applications/sqlitebrowser.app Get Info String: DB Browser for SQLite Konica Minolta BizHub 363 MFD: -- MySQLWorkbench: Version: 6.3.9.CE -- Location: /Applications/MySQLWorkbench.app Script Editor: $
When I checked the Applications folder, I found "DB Browser for SQLite.app," which when I clicked on it opened the new version, but also "sqlbrowser.app," which when clicked on opened version 3.8.0 of the application.