10,000,000 - 50,000,000 downloads
- Official Google app
- Upload, access, and modify your spreadsheets from anywhere
- Collaborate with team members
- Most people have upgraded to Drive by now
Official spreadsheet app from Google
This is the official Google Sheets app. Most users are now simply using the Google Drive app that takes care of all the office functions, but this app still works just for the spreadsheet mode. Upload your spreadsheets and access/modify them from anywhere you like using the app - any changes you make can be seen from all locations. Sharing files with collaborators enables easy teamwork. It's a great, clean app - the only points off are because most people have upgraded to Drive, and you should think about doing so as well.Developer's original description available here
- 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.
- Open, edit, and save Microsoft Excel files.
- 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.
- See all spreadsheets that have been shared with you with the new "Incoming" view
- Tap on cells to insert them into formulas
- Make a copy of a spreadsheet
- Improved accessibility
- Bug fixes and performance improvements
I love this app, but it consistently crashes on me. When I'm trying to use it in school and it crashes it's pretty inconvenient. Please fix.
Very good working apps.
Easy and practical
So now when I open Drive, of I want to edit my files, it launches me into Docs, and if those files are spreadsheets, I enter yet another app? What the hell for? I understand why editing certain types of files may best be handled by different apps, but Docs and Drive have no business being separated and basic file editing should be available for all supported doc types in app, just as they are in b