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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, your spreadsheets are kept up to date across all your devices. You can instantly share a spreadsheet using just a link, giving others the latest version and the ability to edit it directly with Numbers for iCloud beta from using a Mac or PC browser. And with a new unified file format across Mac, iOS, and web, your spreadsheets are consistently beautiful everywhere you open them.

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
• Turn on Coaching Tips for guided in-app help
• 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 beta
• 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
• Anyone with the link will always have access to the latest version of the spreadsheet and can edit it with you at using Numbers for iCloud beta
• Export your spreadsheet to CSV, PDF, and Microsoft Excel format
• Print wirelessly with AirPrint, including a single tab, or all tabs

* 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.
Numbers for iCloud beta is currently available in English only.

What's New in Version 3.5.3

This update contains stability improvements and bug fixes.


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Customer Reviews

Still Not Quite as Good as Numbers 2

This version is better than the last one, by a little. I still can’t figure out why they took a wonderful, well-polished application like Numbers 2 and threw it in the trash. Point updates since Numbers 3 have fixed many of the most egregious little problems plaguing that version, but I remain baffled as to why my sheets all have a huge white space to the right that I cannot get rid of (according to the rulers, every sheet is about 22 inches square, whether I like it or not), and which causes my sheets to slide out of the window if I happen to touch my Magic Mouse with a sidewise swipe. And where is “Paste and match style” in the contextual menu? Why must I use the menu at the top of the screen, or the keyboard combination?

So, again, I’m still waiting for enough incremental updates to bring this once-great software back around to where it was before Apple screwed it up.

Where did the good software go?

I have found each successive version of numbers to be worse than the previous… all the way back to Numbers ’09. But I can’t use my mobile devices without updating. And then if I don’t update the software on my computers, I can’t read what my mobile devices sent to icloud. It’s easier to export to Excel than to an earlier version of Numbers. How does that make sense? Each version loses something I really liked in the previous version, changes the syntax or access to functions I use all the time, and adds a bunch of “improvements” I never use. So at this point, I have to update to a version that has terrible reviews to enable functionality across devices, and is less useful and more frustrating than its predecessor. I’m about to go back to Excel and Word and dump Numbers and Pages. Apple- Please stop the wholesale abandonment of older software when everything “just worked."

Numbers - what ever happend to WYSIWYG and layout editing??

Has Apple abandoned further meaningful development of Numbers, Keynote, and Pages?

Are we all now supposed to migrate to MS-Office 2016 … I hope it’s not true.

But actions (or lack thereof from Apple) speak louder than words.


An earlier reviewer is correct, the latest Numbers (3.5.2) gets its arithmetic wrong.

That is perhaps the worse bug of all, a spreadsheet that can’t subtract.

Let’s hope there is a fix soon. Meanwhile I have stopped using Numbers.


Today I have a simple task. Create multiple tables in Numbers, and print them.

No fancy formatting. But Numbers no longer allows dynamic table editing in a layout mode.

Getting the tables to be setup and print properly in Numbers is a nightmare, to be frank.

What happened Apple? … WYSIWYG is a fundamental concept pioneered by Apple and the Mac long ago.

So, why not simply past the tables into PAGES, and print from there?

Alas, each table, while formatted exactly alike in Numbers, pastes into Pages differently.

That is, I must now reformat each table - yet again - this time within Pages.

Whatever happened to seamless integration between iWork applications?

I am a >25 year Mac veteran, longtime user (and once big fan of) Pages, Numbers and Keynote.

Has Apple become too big and corporate that they forgot about form, function, and useability from users’ perspectives?

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  • $19.99
  • Category: Productivity
  • Updated:
  • Version: 3.5.3
  • Size: 192 MB
  • Languages: English, Catalan, Chinese, Croatian, Czech, Danish, Dutch, Finnish, French, German, Greek, Hungarian, Indonesian, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Malay, Norwegian, Polish, Portuguese, Romanian, Russian, Slovak, Spanish, Swedish, Thai, Turkish, Ukrainian, Vietnamese
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Compatibility: OS X 10.10 or later

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