Developer: Apple

Current Version: 4.0.5

Last Updated: 5 months ago

Download Size: 170.5 MB - Download


Create gorgeous spreadsheets with the all-new Numbers for Mac. Get started with one of many Apple-designed templates for your home budget, checklist, invoice, mortgage calculator, and more. Add tables, charts, text, and images anywhere on the free-form canvas. As soon as you start typing a formula, you'll get instant suggestions and built-in help for the over 250 powerful functions. Animate your data with new interactive column, bar, scatter, and bubble charts. Easily filter through large tables. Automatically format cells based on numbers, text, dates, and durations with new conditional highlighting. And with an all-new calculation engine, Numbers is faster than ever before.

With iCloud built in, your spreadsheets are kept up to date across all your devices. And now with the beta release of new collaboration features, 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.

Collaborate with others at the same time (beta)
• With the beta release of new collaboration features, your whole team can work together on a spreadsheet at the same time
• Collaboration is built right in to Numbers on the Mac, iPad, iPhone and iPod touch  
• PC users can collaborate too, using Numbers for iCloud
• Share your document publicly or with specific people
• You can easily see who’s currently in the document with you
• View other people’s cursors to follow their edits

Get started quickly
• Over 30 Apple-designed templates give your spreadsheets a beautiful start
• Simplified toolbar gives you quick access to shapes, media, tables, charts, and sharing options
• The new Format Panel automatically updates based on selection
• Quickly click through a spreadsheet using new tab navigation
• Import and edit Microsoft Excel spreadsheets
• Import and edit Comma Separated Values (CSV) and tab-delimited text
• An all-new calculation engine makes Numbers faster than ever before

Beautiful spreadsheets
• Place tables, charts, text, and images anywhere on the free-form canvas
• Add and resize multiple tables on a single sheet
• Create great-looking tables with enhanced cell border styling tools
• Use gorgeous preset styles to make your text, tables, shapes, and images look beautiful
• Insert photos, music, and video with the Media Browser
• Edit down to the pixel with rulers, alignment guides, and powerful graphics tools

Formulas for everyone
• Choose from over 250 powerful functions
• 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
• Add your favorite functions to Quick Calculations for instant results
• Seamless integration with MathType* for inserting equations

Data uncrunched
• Insert gorgeous 2D and 3D charts
• Animate data with new interactive column, bar, scatter, and bubble charts
• Automatically highlight cells based on rules for numbers, text, dates, and durations
• Easily filter through large tables
• Change values in cells using sliders, steppers, checkboxes, pop-ups, and star ratings

• Turn on iCloud so you can access and edit your spreadsheets from your Mac, iPad, iPhone, iPod touch, and
• Access and edit your spreadsheets from a Mac or PC browser at with Numbers for iCloud
• Numbers automatically saves your documents as you make changes

Share your work
• Use AirDrop to send your spreadsheet to anyone nearby
• Quickly and easily share a link to your work via Mail, Messages, Twitter, or Facebook

* MathType sold separately.
Some features may require Internet access; additional fees and terms may apply.
Numbers does not include support for some Chinese, Japanese, or Korean (CJK) text input features such as vertical text.


Release Notes:

• Support for Touch Bar on the new MacBook Pro lets you easily edit text, shapes, tables and charts
• Stability and performance improvements


Most Helpful Reviews

Version 3.2.2
Review by MattyM823

Numbers is just as good as Excel - Don’t buy Excel…save your money and give Numbers a chance. It only takes a few minutes to learn all the subtleties but there really isn’t a difference to Excel. All the formulas are the same and once you learn the layout of the program you won’t notice a difference. Apple should really promote their iWork apps more because they really are just as good, if not better than Office! I thought I needed to buy Office with my new mac but after giving their iWork apps a chance, they saved me $100!

Found helpful by 39 out of 50 people
Version 3.2
Review by mmanaresi

Worthless compared to the pervious numbers - I am beyond frustrated with this version of numbers for several reasons that continue to disrupt my work and take me twice as long to do something. 1. Working in Print Preview is a MUST!!! - Why would I want to create a document without knowing how it lays on a page? That alone makes this version worthless to me. The first time I tried to work on 70 page data sheet and couldn’t find the print preview so I could veiw the pages, I nearly had a stroke and immediately clamored for my previous version of numbers! 2. That I cannot open a file from icloud or one that was opened in Numbers 3.2 without exporting as a Numbers ’09 file. That is ridiculous, and that doesn’t even work sometimes. I am currently trying to open a file (that I exported back into Numbers ’09 and now nothing opens. 3. I dislike the editing features, I rather have the pop up inspector box then use the current style. This could be because I am so accustomed to the previous menus that I ned to get used to it, but at this point I don’t have any motivation to try to learn it when the are so many disappointing features. Cannot open most .exl files I have downloaded. So thats annoying. I am sure there are more but these are the ones currently frustrating me and which have compelled to my write my first review in the APP store. My basic feelings towards this version are BOOOOOOOOOoooooooo.

Found helpful by 176 out of 189 people

More Reviews for Current Version

Version 4.0.5
Review by Suead

Not even basic analysis tools - Numbers doesn’t even have pivot tables. A basic way to analyze data. Complicated functions (like functions within other functions) are cumbersom for the sake of looking user friendly. If your concernd about your data looking good, sure use Numbers. If you want you data correct and functional, find something else (excel). Numbers is like a gourmet burger without the meat. All the dressing and flair, none of the real productivity tools.

Found helpful by 9 out of 10 people
Version 4.0.5

Need to add FileLink & Picture extracting - I think Numbers has good functions compared with what Excel’s not. But Numbers is omitting essential function 1. File Link,even TextEdit can do file link, is not working. Numbers is database App which have to be able to access file. 2. cell embeded picture is not extractable to other app or file in Desktop using drag and drop. I strongly claim to add two functions or similar functions. Why do you leave this good app leave in half-baked state. Do something for lower OS X version to use update, too. Not just MacOS 10.12 Please!!!

Found helpful by 9 out of 10 people
Version 4.0.5
Review by DJJRen

Foreign language is not working properly - I have problem to input Chinese simplify or traditional on the cell of numbers.中文 any idea? Please help!

Found helpful by 9 out of 13 people
Version 4.0.5
Review by Susiej49

Dumbest thing to have to pay to upgrade when OS updates - I have 4 updates including number that say they are not compatible with the upgrading operating system. I can’t believe these Apple apps do not update along with the operating system. Trashing all things Apple!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Found helpful by 7 out of 9 people
Version 4.0.5
Review by Jander4

Engineer Problems - I genuinely don’t know where to start. Apple is lightyears behind microsoft excel and it’s had ample opportunities to make numbers more functional for the engineers/accounting/finance folks that use it the most. It’s pretty. If I have to use multiple workarounds or build in a separate infrastructure of shortcuts just to be able to do day-to-day tasks, I will go to microsoft excel every single time.

Found helpful by 7 out of 7 people