TableFlip 4+

Markdown & CSV table editor

Christian Tietze

    • 5.0 • 4 Ratings
    • $8.99



Open, edit, and save CSV files from various apps: TableFlip detects tabs, commas, or semicolon automatically.

◆◆ “Flipping”: Edit Markdown Files in Place ◆◆

It’s simple: you change the Markdown file and the table will update; save the table in TableFlip and the Markdown file will be changed. It’s as seamless as it gets.

► Edit in place. You change the table and the Markdown file is updated immediately.
► Documents with multiple tables with show each table as a tab.

◆◆ Work at Lightning Speed ◆◆

Typing table markup is too slow.

TableFlip helps you get your table finished in no time: thanks to auto-growing tables, you don't even need to adjust the table size when you move around with the arrow keys!

◆◆ Quick CSV Editing ◆◆

Regular spreadsheet apps are just too slow and bulky. TableFlip starts quickly and you can view and modify CSV tables in no time!

◆◆ Plain Text Export ◆◆

If it's plain text, then you can save it.

► Save as Markdown with various formatting options
► Export table contents as LaTeX tables
► Convert Markdown to CSV and CSV to Markdown

◆◆ Import Tables from Anywhere ◆◆

Copy & paste tabular contents from anywhere. Copy a table from a website or copy part of an Excel or Numbers spreadsheet, and paste it into TableFlip. You can also create new documents from your clipboard contents directly.

What’s New

Version 1.4.0

→ New: CSV delimiter guessing. Comma-separated, semicolon-separated, or tab-separated -- TableFlip tried to make an educated guess so you can edit the file.

→ New: Preserves CSV delimiters when saving/exporting. When you open a file with semicolons as cell separators, you will save changes with the same separator.

→ Fixed: Crashes and oddities related to quoted values in CSV files exported from e.g. Microsoft Excel(R) are now gone.

Ratings and Reviews

5.0 out of 5
4 Ratings

4 Ratings

G4CubeRIP ,

Finally! Making markdown tables is so much easier.

Brilliantly simple.

I write lots of plain text and markdown notes, and until stubling across this app, I've either avoided tables, or referenced an Excel or Numbers file.

Now, I start a table when I'm writing my note, then open TableFlip to populate it.

It's great to be able to navigate a table in a plain text note the same way I'd navigate in Excel.

It doesn't calculate, sort, or filter, but I don't need another spreadsheet app. I like Excel, so from TableFlip's Edit menu, I can "Copy as Tabular Text" and paste it into Excel or Numbers to work with it, and then copy sorted data back into TableFlips to update my markdown note. Yes!

Thank you for making this app.

Stever777 ,

Brilliant edit-in-place capability

TableFlip makes it trivial to add and edit tables in a Markdown document. You simply open the document in TableFlip. It finds the tables and lets you edit them in a cell-by-cell context. The Markdown document is then updated in place. This turns using Markdown tables from a chore into a manageable part of my workflow.

It also works for editing CSV files, which is extremely convenient as well.

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  • Family Sharing

    Up to six family members can use this app with Family Sharing enabled.

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