Get a free trial of Microsoft Access by downloading the free trial of Office 365. Microsoft no longer offers Office applications separately. Likewise, as Access 2016 is the latest version of the application, there isn't a free trial for Access 2013. The free trial requires a Microsoft account.
Microsoft Access is a relational database application. It supports most database functions including referential integrity, row-level locking and multiuser support up to 255 users. Because it cannot handle large enterprise grade databases, Access is better suited for small businesses and organizations. The application uses the ACCDB file format to save databases.
Although the free trial of Office 365 asks for credit card information, users can cancel their subscription plans after downloading the trial. This does not cancel the 30-day free trial but makes sure that Microsoft does not charge the user right after the trial ends.