Numbers for PC and Mac

Written by Apple

  • Category: Productivity
  • Release date: 2022-12-04
  • Licence: Free
  • Software version: 12.1
  • File size: 195.69 MB
  • Compatibility: Available on Windows 11, Windows 10, Windows 8, Windows 7, Vista and Mac OS 10, 11 10.14
  • How it works | What is Numbers?

Whatʹs Great

1. And with real-time collaboration, your team will be able to work together at the same time on a Mac, iPad, iPhone, or iPod touch — even on a PC using iWork for iCloud.

2. Automatically format cells based on numbers, text, dates, and durations with new conditional highlighting.

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Numbers Features and Description

Key Features

Latest Version: 12.1

Licence: Free

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- Easy to use

- Keeps detailed records of expenditures

- Makes balance sheets for daily expenses and bank/credit card accounts

- Makes beautiful pie charts of expenses

- Color-code columns and headers

- Exports to other app formats

- Great for household, home office, or small business spreadsheets

- Easier to use than Excel

- Looks amazing

- Not suitable for managing and analyzing large and complicated data sets

- Feels more like a marketing device than a product developed for intelligent and professional users

- Can mangle spreadsheets when opened

- Keychain Access files can be lost

What does Numbers do? Create gorgeous spreadsheets with Numbers for Windows. Get started with one of over 30 Microsoft-designed templates for your home budget, checklist, invoice, mortgage calculator, and more. Add tables, charts, text, and images anywhere on the free-form canvas. Get instant suggestions and built-in help for the over 250 powerful functions. 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 Windows, iPad, iPhone, and iPod touch—even on a PC • Share your spreadsheet publicly or with specific people, see who’s currently in the spreadsheet with you, and view other people’s cursors to follow their edits • Available on spreadsheets stored in iCloud or in Box Beautiful spreadsheets • Over 30 Microsoft-designed templates give your spreadsheets a beautiful start • Place tables, charts, text, and images anywhere on the free-form 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 • Import and edit Microsoft Excel spreadsheets, Comma Separated Values (CSV), and tab-delimited text Formulas for everyone • Choose from over 250 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 • Get live formula results, error checking, exact value, and cell format with the new smart cell view • Easily add stock information to spreadsheets • Add your favorite functions to Quick Calculations for instant results Everything adds up. Beautifully • Use Pivot Tables and Smart Categories to see your data in a whole new way • Quickly organize and summarize tables to gain new insights • Insert gorgeous 2D and 3D charts, including bar, column, line, area, pie, donut, 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, checkboxes, pop-ups, and star ratings iCloud • Turn on iCloud so you can access and edit your spreadsheets from your Windows, iPad, iPhone, iPod touch, and from a Windows or PC browser at • Numbers automatically saves your spreadsheet as you make changes Share a copy of your work • Export your spreadsheet to CSV, 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.

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Software Installation Requirements

PC Compactibility/Requirements for Installation

Compactible OS list:
  1. Windows 11
  2. Windows 10
  3. Windows 8.1
  4. Windows 7
  5. Windows Vista

Requirements for MacOS Installation

Intel, 64-bit processor, OS X 10.7 or later.

Compactible OS list:
  1. OS X 10.10: Yosemite
  2. OS X 10.11: El Capitan
  3. macOS 10.12: Sierra
  4. macOS 10.13: High Sierra
  5. macOS 10.14: Mojave8
  6. macOS 10.15: Catalina
  7. macOS Big Sur (macOS 11)


Numbers - Is it safe to download?

Yes. The app is 100 percent (100%) safe to download and Install. Our download links are from safe sources and are frequently virus scanned to protect you

Software Reviews and Critisims

  • By Snerky Poppy

    Smart features are convenient, i need one simple improvement

    I use numbers every day to take inventory in a small shop with a lot of products in several categories. I can filter by category, and sort by brand which i love. my issue is this kind of organizing only makes visual changes to my table, but all of my irrelelvant data is still in the file, and the sorting is reverted if i close and reopen the file. i can save my sort preferences as a template, but then if i share the file to someone else, it's just a huge mess again. i have no way to export a sorted, filtered table to share with fellow employees, except for a clumsy copy and paste into a new file. I'd like a direct, smooth and clean option to create a new table from Visible or from selection, export or save a table file based on whats visible or selected. Something like that, so i can take a mess of data and create new meaningful tables from it in a way that makes sense.

  • By sharonthoms

    Thank goodness! A spreadsheet I can use!

    After spending considerable money on several budgeting apps which turned out to be far too complicated for me to use and which didn’t really fit into my daily work habits, I decided to go into do-it-yourself mode. What I needed was an easy-to-use basic budget where I could get a general overview of my income and expenses as well as keep more detailed records of my expenditures and also make balance sheets for my daily expenses and bank and credit card accounts. Numbers came to the rescue with one of their templates called “Simple Budget"! It took a little bit of doing, as I am no genius and certainly no expert when it comes to accounting and using spreadsheets, but Numbers made it easy for me to organize the information I needed and to make the calculations required as well as transfer information from one sheet to another to keep information consistent over a number of spreadsheets. I was also able to make beautiful pie charts of my expenses as well as color-code my columns and headers. Thank you! Numbers is a beautiful application I now couldn’t live without.

  • By WillDRSF

    Excel users, Watch out for this "Number"

    I use Microsoft Excel, as most do in the business world, for all my spreadsheets. Numbers is the default application for spreadsheets on my Windows. I always change the default APP to Excel, but ther have been way too many times I find it set back to Numbers. Unfortuntely, Numbers has mangled more than a few of my spreadsheets merily by opening them. Afterwards, the sheets are no longer usable by Excel. My Windows has lost my Keychain Access files about three times this year. I have a password protected Excel file with a list of my passwords. Numbers, in mangling my password protected spread sheets, does not take my passwords. I am not able to use them at all. It is essential to keep back up copies of everything I would say that for users who don't use Excel but need a spreadsheet application, this will suffice. It has some wonderful graphics and is fairly easy to use. If you are like me and choose Excel, keep constant back ups of your work. Uninstalling it helps, but I find it reappearing. I attribute this to Icloud and also the Microsoft Store as well as update settings in System Preference.

  • By Mtngoatjoe

    Absolutely Awesome!

    I'm no Excel slouch; I know my way around the master of spreasheets. But here's the difference between Excel and Numbers... while Excel is the master of huge, 10,000 line spreadsheets, Numbers is FAR, FAR better at EVERYTHING else. Numbers is easier to use, and looks amazing!!! I primarily use Numbers for my home budget (tracking bills). I have checkboxes I that show when a bill has been paid, and it tells me how much money I need to pay the rest of my bills for the month. Super easy. I also use Numbers for tracking combat encounters with my online D&D group. I insert nice maps below the grid and then size the grid to match the 1 inch squares on the map. Then with the collaboration feature, everyone has the map open on their local PC and can easily move their own tokens around. I know there are other ways to do this, but with Numbers, it's easy and FREE.

  • By pwflint

    Great for hobbies, terrible for actual work

    If you are only looking for lite spreadsheet functions, like track your running and cycling mileage or manage personal and small business finances, and you like to have a graphic interface to visually organize your data, this is a great product that ships with your device. If you need to use a spreadsheet application to manage and analyze large and complicated data sets, you will need another application like Excel. Even Google Sheets, a web-based app, has more advanced functionality. I am a long-time user of Microsoft products. I got excited about moving away from the drab world of conventional spreadsheets and into an app where graphic quality is a priority. But as I've gone deeper into its capabilities it has begun to feel more and more like a marketing device meant to justify the increasingly absurd prices Microsoft wants to charge for its hardware, and less and less like a product developed for intelligent and professional users.