What is Numbers? Numbers for Mac is a spreadsheet application that allows users to create beautiful spreadsheets with over 30 Apple-designed templates. Users can add tables, charts, text, and images anywhere on the free-form canvas and get instant suggestions and built-in help for over 250 powerful functions. The app also allows users to collaborate with others in real-time, share spreadsheets publicly or with specific people, and view other people's cursors to follow their edits. Numbers for Mac offers over 700 editable shapes, and users can import and edit Microsoft Excel spreadsheets, Comma Separated Values (CSV), and tab-delimited text. The app also features Pivot Tables and Smart Categories to see data in a whole new way, and users can insert gorgeous 2D and 3D charts, including bar, column, line, area, pie, donut, and radar charts. Numbers for Mac is available on spreadsheets stored in iCloud or in Box, and users can export their spreadsheets to CSV, PDF, and Microsoft Excel.
1. Add tables, charts, text, and images anywhere on the free-form canvas.
2. Get started with one of over 30 Microsoft-designed templates for your home budget, checklist, invoice, mortgage calculator, and more.
3. Animate your data with interactive column, bar, scatter, and bubble charts.
4. Find patterns and trends using pivot tables.
5. Some features may require Internet access; additional fees and terms may apply.
6. Get instant suggestions and built-in help for the over 250 powerful functions.
7. Create gorgeous spreadsheets with Numbers for Windows.
8. Easily filter through large tables.
Download and Install Numbers - PC
Intel, 64-bit processor, OS X 10.7 or later.
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
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.
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.
Has the looks but lacks the brains
You can design beautiful looking spreadsheets… the interface is clean and beautiful, but can be frustrating because it has serious usability issues and lacks functionality.
It’s cumbersome to change the language and data format. By default it’s set to change depending on the computer’s language and region, not on the file’s settings.
Filtering data doesn’t work when trying to do it in multiple columns
It’s the same for a basic task, such as changing a cell’s color fill.
User Experience is not intuitive, so you will take longer in tasks than in MS Excel
Works perfectly for financial management
I recently ended up saving some money by not paying Microsoft Office 365, who needs free 1TB OneDrive Cloud if your computer don't have enough space or either OneDrive won't connect to extenral hard drive? I like to manage my finance for budget, taxes, salary and everything for just regular people. I found out how simple Numbers is despite poor feedbacks, but I had to pay $45 for Scrivener, for just serious writer. Pages is second word processor that all you need to write quickly. Scrivener has best dark mode for writing and it's only one-time payment of $45. Check out Pages and Scrivener, maybe try to give Pages a chance for just a few days before you decide. Nice work, Microsoft, but needs to do more better with Pages and everything.
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