Microsoft Excel

Microsoft Excel

By Microsoft Corporation

  • Category: Productivity
  • Release Date: 2014-03-27
  • Current Version: 2.19
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 242.11 MB
  • Developer: Microsoft Corporation
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 11.0 or later.
Score: 4.5
4.5
From 231,745 Ratings

Description

The powerful Excel spreadsheet app lets you create, view, edit, and share your files with others quickly and easily. It also lets you view and edit workbooks attached to email messages. Work in accounting, auditing, finance, or other fields, with anyone, anywhere with confidence. With Excel, your Office moves with you and can implement the most complex formulas, with amazing features. Review your work or start a budget on the go. Customize your spreadsheet your way with robust formatting tools and great features. Excel lets you build your spreadsheet to meet your specific needs. Create, calculate, and analyze with confidence Jump-start your budget, task list, accounting, or financial analysis with Excel’s modern templates. Use familiar formulas to run calculations and analyze your data. Rich features and formatting options make your workbook easier to read and use. All spreadsheet features, formats, and formulas operate the same way — no matter the device you use. Review, edit, and work anywhere Review your Excel files from any device. Edit your data or update your task list from anywhere. Features like sort and filter columns help focus your review. Create, duplicate, hide, and unhide sheets easily. Tell a story with your data Insert common charts to bring your data to life. Use features like add and edit chart labels to highlight key insights in your data. Draw and annotate with ink Make notes, highlight portions of your worksheet, create shapes, or write math equations using the draw tab feature in Excel on devices with touch capabilities. Sharing made easy Share your files with a few taps to quickly invite others to edit, view, or leave comments directly in your workbooks. Copy the content of your worksheet in the body of an email message with its format intact or attach or copy a link to your workbook for other sharing options. To create or edit documents, sign in with a free Microsoft account on devices with a screen size of 10.1 inches or smaller. Unlock the full Microsoft Office experience with a qualifying Office 365 subscription (see http://aka.ms/Office365subscriptions) for your phone, tablet, PC, and Mac. Office 365 subscriptions purchased from the app will be charged to your App Store account and will automatically renew within 24 hours prior to the end of the current subscription period unless auto-renewal is disabled beforehand. You can manage your subscriptions in your App Store account settings. This app is provided by either Microsoft or a third-party app publisher and is subject to a separate privacy statement and terms and conditions. Data provided through the use of this store and this app may be accessible to Microsoft or the third-party app publisher, as applicable, and transferred to, stored, and processed in the United States or any other country where Microsoft or the app publisher and their affiliates or service providers maintain facilities. Please refer to the Microsoft Software License Terms for Microsoft Office. See “License Agreement” link under Information. By installing the app, you agree to these terms and conditions.

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Reviews

  • Hasanmurad

    5
    By nayimayaz
    This apps are quite good and so usefull.
  • Password

    5
    By Ytschok
    I think should be an option to put a password to go in
  • Missing Features

    3
    By Comment est-ce que on dit non.
    I continue being disappointed in how Excel works in iOS. I can only continuously display a fixed header row, or a fixed left column, but not both simultaneously. In scrolling through a very large spreadsheet I require both top row and left side column be simultaneously displayed to act as coordinates. Also, it isn't clear when a 'save' has occurred so that I can safely quite the app by the same process that I would use to close other apps. Nooooooo, instead I have to first use the 'back' soft button in the app's top left corner to ensure latest version is pushed back to the file location, and only then can I safely close the app with aforementioned process if I want the latest changes to be saved. And further I have an older iPad that stores files using an app called File Manager, where File Manager is a location that Excel apparently cannot access in its menu of available locations from which I can open saved files. I have tried adding this location but it isn't available as a location option through Excel. I can open an Excel file in File Manager indirectly by first opening the file through File Manager's native reader, then pushing that reader's spreadsheet into the Excel app the same way I would push something to a printer. In this case* however my Excel credentials are not being recognized and I can only open a read-only copy that cannot be changed or saved. I am consequently allowed to only work in Excel while online after I have first downloaded a spreadsheet, a problematic situation when I would need to open and close a 50MB file more often then once a day and am using a limited data allowance of my cellular plan for internet access. I am very surprised at the ineffectiveness of the Microsoft subscription service in not provisioning to meet these obvious needs. It's been years guys/gals. What's up? You folks should be paying me to keep beta testing your so-called released products. Pretty shoddy you guys. *Update (the day after): as if by magic I can suddenly now push that spreadsheet from File Manager into Excel and then save it directly to my iPad. Attempting this takes a leap of faith, that unlike yesterday's attempt today's did work: press 'save' on Excel despite the message that the current Excel version can not save, and voila it does save and the fake warning message then goes bye bye (for ever more?).
  • Document opening needs improvement

    3
    By eafd26
    Does most of the stuff I need it to do but the auto open always opens an older document that I have to back out of then open the one I’m looking for vs letting me pick or opening the last document I was working on.
  • This app is great except

    5
    By Caroline Carbaugh
    This is a great app my only suggestion is to please bring back the option where I can simply send an attachment as email to somebody rather than inviting people to edit the document this is the reason why I had the app and if you can fix the bug it would be great Lee appreciated thank you
  • Still Semi-Broken/Almost Unusable

    1
    By Steven Zyler
    Third update in a row that hasn’t resolved the issue of the current file not staying open for very long and needing to be downloaded and reopened over and over again each time Excel is brought to the foreground after a short while, which several others reviews have mentioned. So disappointing, but I haven’t found a good enough iOS alternative to replace this. Yet.
  • Freeze panes and the Apple Pencil

    4
    By jamie5221
    We work off of lists all the time for work. The pencil is really great with that! I love being able to check things off and make quick notes without having to pull up the keyboard. However, the pencil does not work if you have the freeze panes on. I love to freeze the top row so my title of the columns scroll down with me. But if I do that then the pencil will not work. That is the only downside I have found so far.
  • Has a bug

    4
    By Shankeekeh
    Please fix the voice to text for iPhone 7! When I hit the microphone the app crashes. It worked in the beginning when I first downloaded the app but then we had an iPhone update and it stopped working.
  • Not good customer service

    2
    By Ariq Skoug
    I have been trying to contact them FOR MONTHS about a bug. (If you use microphone on the iPhone to dictate, app immediately crashes) I catalog book ISBNs- sometimes 50-or-so At a time- and the 13 digit number is so easy to dictate instead of typing. Now, I have to dictate in Messages, then copy/paste everything over. I get canned responses from Excel referring me to tutorials on their website like it is something I can fix. I have tried six friend’s phones, they all crash, too. They obviously aren’t listening, bug still hasn’t been patched. There was an “update” today with “bug fixes.” I was excited! But it wasn’t fixed. I feel defeated, I haven’t found a way to actually tell someone at Microsoft- poor customer service. But otherwise, the Office Suite is powerful, an amazing tool. I just wish someone there would listen, or was even accessible.
  • ممتاز ويصعب الاستغناء عنه بالنسبة لي

    5
    By Harethhamam
    يصعب جدا الاستغناء عنه هذا بالنسبة لي خصوصا الاكسل

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