We can use the Christian Werner's SQLite ODBC Driver
2. Rename the litesync-0.1.dll to sqlite3.dll and copy it to the Windows System folder. Generally it will be C:\Windows\System32 unless on 64-bit Windows using a 32-bit driver. In this case the path is C:\Windows\SysWOW64
Linux and Mac
Still not tested. You can follow the installation instructions on the ODBC driver using the one that links to the installed SQLite library instead of the static linked one.