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Numbers – Apple

Posted on Thursday, April 5, 2012 in Productivity
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Numbers

Apple



Genre: Productivity



Price: $9.99



Release Date: April 01, 2010


Numbers is the most innovative spreadsheet app ever designed for a mobile device. Built from the ground up for iPad, iPhone, and iPod touch, it lets you make compelling spreadsheets in minutes — with tables, charts, photos, and graphics — using just your fingers. Choose from over 250 easy-to-use functions. Enter data and explore results with sliders, steppers, pop-ups, and intelligent keyboards. Numbers works with iCloud, so your spreadsheets stay up to date across all your iOS devices — automatically. And the Retina display on the new iPad makes everything you do in Numbers even more brilliant.

Get started quickly
• Choose from 16 Apple-designed templates including Budget, Travel Planner, and Running Log
• View and edit Numbers ‘09, Microsoft Excel, and CSV files; easily import files from Mail, the web, a WebDAV service, or your Mac or PC using iTunes File Sharing
• Use iCloud to start editing your spreadsheet right where you left off on another iOS device  
• Drag Numbers ’09, Excel, or CSV files to icloud.com on your Mac or PC to have them automatically appear on your iOS devices

Edit and format data
• Organize your data with great-looking tables and charts
• Use an intelligent keyboard designed to enter numbers, dates, text, durations, or formulas
• Assemble formulas with over 250 functions, including built-in help
• Create a form from any table with headers to quickly enter data on the go
• Use sliders, steppers, and pop-ups to easily enter data and explore results 
• Quickly add photos and videos from the Photos app using the Media Browser
• Automatically save your spreadsheets as you make changes 
• Use the undo feature to go back through your previous changes — even the next time you open your spreadsheet

Share your work
• Share your work by exporting it as a Numbers ’09, Microsoft Excel, or PDF file and sending it via Mail
• Adjust how a sheet prints across multiple pages in Print Preview; you can also use Auto Fit
• Print your spreadsheets on a wireless printer on your network using AirPrint
• Copy spreadsheets to a WebDAV service or directly to your Mac or PC using iTunes File Sharing

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