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Numbers 4+

Create impressive spreadsheets


    • 4.5 • 12.5K Ratings
    • Free



Numbers is the most innovative spreadsheet app ever designed for a mobile device.

Get started with one of over 30 Apple-designed templates for your home budget, checklist, invoice, mortgage calculator and more. Choose from hundreds of powerful functions. Draw and write with Apple Pencil on supported devices, or use your finger. Tap to add tables, charts, text and images anywhere on the flexible canvas. Animate your data with interactive column, bar, scatter and bubble charts. Easily filter through large tables. Find patterns and trends using pivot tables.

Collaborate with others at the same time
• With real-time collaboration, your whole team can work together on a spreadsheet at the same time on Mac, iPad, iPhone, and even on a PC
• Share your spreadsheet publicly or with specific people, see who’s currently in the document with you, and view other people’s cursors to follow their edits
• See a list of recent changes in collaborative spreadsheets, including when people join, comment and make edits
• Available for spreadsheets stored in iCloud or in Box

Beautiful spreadsheets
• Over 30 Apple-designed templates give your spreadsheets a beautiful start
• Place tables, charts, text and images anywhere on the flexible canvas
• Add and resize multiple tables on a single sheet
• Insert photos, music and video with the Media Browser
• Enhance your spreadsheets with a library of over 700 editable shapes
• Create a form to quickly enter data on the go
• Import and edit Microsoft Excel spreadsheets, Comma Separated Values (CSV) and tab-delimited text

Formulas for everyone
• Choose from hundreds of powerful functions, including XLOOKUP and RegEx
• Get function suggestions as soon as you start typing a formula
• Search the integrated function browser for built-in help and sample formulas
• Easily add stock information to spreadsheets

Everything adds up beautifully
• Use Pivot Tables and Smart Categories to see your data in a whole new way
• Quickly organise and summarise tables to gain new insights
• Insert gorgeous 2D and 3D charts, including bar, column, line, area, pie, doughnut and radar charts
• Animate data with interactive column, bar, scatter and bubble charts
• Automatically highlight cells based on rules for numbers, text, dates and durations
• Easily filter through large tables for specific values, text or duplicate entries
• Change values in cells using sliders, steppers, tickboxes, pop-ups and star ratings

• Turn on iCloud so you can access and edit your spreadsheets from your Mac, iPad, iPhone, and from a Mac or PC browser at iCloud.com
• Numbers automatically saves your spreadsheet as you make changes

Share a copy of your work
• Export your spreadsheet to CSV, TSV, PDF and Microsoft Excel
• Use AirDrop to send your spreadsheet to anyone nearby
• Quickly and easily share a link to your work via Mail or Messages

Some features may require internet access; additional fees and terms may apply.

What’s New

Version 13.0

• Apple Pencil hover makes it easy to navigate, write, sketch and illustrate with greater precision on supported iPad models
• Export and send a copy of your spreadsheet in a different format straight from the Share menu
• Includes improvements and bug fixes for collaboration activity

Ratings and Reviews

4.5 out of 5
12.5K Ratings

12.5K Ratings

Gazta ,

Probably the best mobile spreadsheet, but could so easily be a lot more usable.

This is a brilliant Mobile and Desktop spreadsheet app, I use it all the time. But I wish 2 things.

1) Apple would change its obsession of popping up menus, right where you’re selecting something across iOS. It’s not helpful popping a Cut or Paste button, right where you’re trying to perform the equivalent of keyhole surgery with your index finger. Please move the pop up menu further away from the action. It’s not going to leave its users out of breath, moving their finger to the top of the screen. It is so frustrating trying to select an exact point and suddenly you delete something or paste a load of text in the wrong place.

2) More specific to Numbers, please leave space at the start and end of formulas to add something. The enter and delete buttons are so close to the ends of the formula text, it’s impossible to add a bracket or something to either end of a formula. Apple does this with Safari as well. If you want to change the end of a URL, there’s a nice juicy “X” button sitting right next to where you want to add something to the URL. “Bang” you’ve just deleted it. Just leave enough of a gap between somewhere that needs to be manipulated, especially the ends of text fields, and any buttons. Thanks 🙂

Harritaylor ,

If you’re not already familiar with Excel, invest time in learning Numbers instead.

As a data scientist, I usually rely on tableau / R / python in order to get the results I need. Recently my MacBook was out of action and with a creeping deadline I needed to get some results done quickly.
Thankfully it was pretty basic stuff, but doing it in excel for iPad turned out to DOOM-esque nightmare, with macros and unwanted functions coming out the walls, and weird esoteric quirks that have been embedded in the user base since the early 90s that are just accepted as being “the right way”.
I am sure that excel is a fantastic application if you’re familiar with the desktop versions, but I have managed to avoid it altogether in my career so far. With only 8 hours left from my deadline, I thought I’d give the data another crack in numbers. What can I say, everything is laid out in such a sane way with the same functionality.
It appears that the apple guys really do still care about intuitive app design! I managed to get up to grips and bash the data into shape in less than 1 hour (I’d been struggling with excel for 3 hours that morning). Whilst it may be true that in terms of raw speed excel is faster, I found that for my needs - a relative spreadsheet noob - I was able to get the results I wanted very quickly.

TL,DR; if you already know excel, get excel. If you don’t - get Numbers instead and save yourself the headaches and steep learning curve.

PhilCutting ,

So much better than Excel

I have to use Microsoft apps for my work but what users interprete as great power is simply great over-complication. For every task that needs multiple selections to accomplish in Excel. I can achieve the same thing in a couple of clicks in Numbers. It’s the same with Excel and PowerPoint. I write scripts, screenplays and reports; add charts and create diagrams, all with the free suite of Pages, Numbers and Keynote. It’s simple, elegant and very effective. When I’m done, I simply export to Word/Excel/PowerPoint and upload to SharePoint. My Pages/Numbers/Keynote documents are all saved on iCloud so I can access them and edit them on any of my Apple devices (or on any Windows device via the Browser version of the suite). So versatile, so elegant, so… FREE!!!

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