Google Sheets

Google Sheets

By Google, Inc.

  • Category: Productivity
  • Release Date: 2014-04-30
  • Current Version: 1.2018.06203
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 277.80 MB
  • Developer: Google, Inc.
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 9.0 or later.
  • App Ratings:
    4.5/5 ( 33,825 App Reviews)
  • Price:
Google Sheets App Ratings: 4.5
Based on 33,825 App Reviews

Google Sheets App Details

Create, edit, and collaborate with others on spreadsheets from your iPod, iPhone, or iPad with the free Google Sheets app. With Google Sheets you can: * Create new spreadsheets or edit any that were created on the web or on another device * Share spreadsheets and work together with others in the same spreadsheet at the same time * Get stuff done anytime -- even without an internet connection * Format cells, enter/sort data, view charts, insert formulas, use find/replace, and more * Never worry about losing your work -- everything is automatically saved as you type * Protect your spreadsheets with a 4-digit passcode * Open, edit, and save Excel files


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App Reviews


    By David Scott Pearce
    Date: Tuesday, 2018 02-20 Hardware: iPhone 📱6s Software: iOS 11.2.5 (Just before update) It seems pretty good so far, although I’m not familiar with Sheets. [I’m an expert in MS Excel. I hope Sheets is not as baffling as I find Apple’s Numbers to be.] The real test will be how it does on my MacBook, or iPad, if I should I get that. Of course, Sheets may not even work on MacBook, I unfamiliar if it’s iOS only or both operating systems.
  • A must add to your business

    By kpearless
    A Great resource to communicate and collaborate between multiple stakeholders. One workplace that saves time effort and energy. No more searching for the latest version of your work. Now everyone has access to your updated and real time content. Plus, it saves as you go so you done loose you progress.
  • This is poor

    By MacMikey
    If running sheets in a browser on your iPad is better than running the app, you have a problem. Sheets is downright awful. Let’s start with keyboard support. Did you know that we have keyboards on iPads? Did you? Now try creating a sum of certain rows in a column. In a spreadsheet on your desktop or in a browser, you would start the formula, then drag the range. You can’t do that in sheets on an iPad, because it immediately loses the reference. Getting out of edit mode is a chore of extra taps and clicks. What if you want to undo a mistake? I accidentally tapped in the wrong cell, and started editing a value. CRAP! I just realized it. How do I cancel the change? What? You can’t? Exactly.
  • Love it

    By Nichole201
    Efficient and easy to use
  • Indispensable for collaboration

    By PB96/pi
    Yep, it's the poor man's excel, but if you're working on a project with a colleague, the multi platform sharing capability makes it so easy to collaborate that it covers over almost all other shortcomings.
  • Poor show

    By robejohn
    Terrible stuff
  • Great app

    By Kaes2977
    Great app and program. I know have access on all computers anywhere it’s wonderful
  • Online access to your spreadsheets from many devices or resources.

    By Bossfuji
    The built in app makes it easy to maintain, share, collaborate, and update a live document amongst your friends, family, and coworkers. I would recommend this to anyone.
  • Easy

    By capt4570
    Easy set up. Easy printing. Easy to find and recall. Perfect!!!
  • Love Google Sheets

    By Mayjeaa
    I have gone PC free for 6 months now, and I replaced Quicken by creating my own program on Google Sheets, which I have nicknamed “Quickenish”. Works GREAT! It didn’t take very long for me to learn to migrate my Excel skills to Google Sheets. I have online stock quotes automatically pushed into cells from one book to another, and formulas push data from one sheet to another, and the whole system works remarkably well. I love that I can access from phone or IPad, as well as access offline when I am away from a network connection. I can even enter data offline and it will sync automatically next time I open with a network connection. My Quickenish has no categories or budget, but hey, it’s free! Worst con: slow to enter data after tabbing over a cell, but maybe that’s my devices? I use (and adore) Tecknet mini keyboard with my IPad mini.