Airtable is the easy way to create your own organizational databases. From indie filmmakers to cattle farmers, creators and creatives around the world are using Airtable to organize their lives, their way.

Use Airtable to create flexible checklists, organize collections or ideas, and manage customers or contacts — all in one place. Get started instantly with a variety of templates ranging from home improvement to store inventory, or easily piece together your own layout from scratch.

With Airtable, your iOS device suddenly becomes a database creation powerhouse — designed to let you easily swipe and tap your way to fully custom databases. It’s collaborative in real-time, so you can share with friends and teammates and always see their latest changes.

Here are some ways that Airtable is being used today:

▸ Organizing People and Customers

* Sales and customers
* Recruiting
* Public relations and media lists
* Business development
* Personal CRM
* Volunteer management
* Sports clubs
* Boy or Girl Scouts

▸ Cataloging Collections, Ideas, and Inventory

* Store or restaurant inventory
* Product catalogs
* Personal clothing collections
* Pet medical history
* Cattle and farm inventory
* Frequent flyer accounts
* Camping supplies

▸ Managing Projects and Tasks

* Team project management
* Events and conferences
* Blog editorial calendars
* Wedding planning
* Building inspection checklists
* Planning out novels
* Study guides
* Film production

Organize anything you can imagine with Airtable!

What's New

Version 3.7.0

Organize anything you can imagine with Airtable, a modern database created for everyone.

* Bug fixes and performance improvements


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Ratings and Reviews

4.9 out of 5

2.7K Ratings

2.7K Ratings

What I’ve Been Looking For, For MULTIPLE Needs


I started Airtable to fill one specific need, but as time went on, I realized that it fills almost every niche I was trying to find an app/program for.

I’m odd with organization. In the past, I’ve had to use multiple notes apps for some things because I just want separate databases and portals for certain things. But now, if it’s something I can squeeze to work with Airtable (which is a lot), I don’t have to worry about that due to the sheer amount of layers it has with databases. This app has actually made me stop in my tracks because sometimes I don’t even know how I want to go about using it. That’s how open it is.

I use Airtable databases for everything from what albums I’ve listed to to keeping track of passwords and identities. It fills the purpose of multiple apps, and I’m not using anything else for those purposes any time soon.

The ContainerStore of the Mind...


List Lovers, unite! Mind Mappers, rejoice! Project Planners, sleep tight! The mental organizational tool of your dreams has arrived.

Upon first viewing, the tool seems complicated. And, under the hood [code-wise] it very well could be. However, once you realize the simplicity of the too, and understand that there are really only a handful of major tricks it’s pulling, your brain will smile with how many ways in which you can organize and plan for anything at all.

CRM management and upkeep [who you met in NY, and the details they shared when you two were tipsy that you will likely forget tomorrow], planning a camping trip [and all the things you’ll need to take, the map of the secret spot, and towns along the way], blog post ideas, pics, editing status and posting status calendar, heck, I made a “Stuff Checked Out” catalog of who has borrowed what - shows checklist of things involved, pics of said stuff/thing, who is was “checked out to,” and status of “borrowed/returned” — this is seriously the nerdiest thing and I can’t believe it finally exists.

Think: adorable spreadsheets. That’s really all this is. And it’s powerful and glorious all at the same time. ...and, free for small users.

Bravo! And thank you from my mentally sound heart.

Making databases great again


This is a good new product, and it is a positive to see it getting better. I haven’t designed databases in a while, and this program has a very easy learning curve. I got it because their Page Designer (currently still in Beta) gives me what I need from it not just input, but output. The pricing is a bit steep imo - instead of a straight $20/user, they should make it something like $30 for one, $45 for two, then $10 for each additional for small businesses. $240 per user per year is too much for small businesses to grow with - we will be incented to switch for pricing before long.


Formagrid Inc.
53 MB
Requires iOS 8.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
English, Danish, French, German, Japanese, Portuguese, Simplified Chinese, Spanish, Traditional Chinese
Age Rating
Rated 4+
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