iSpreadsheet™ : Office Sheets 4+

Spreadsheet with Excel Formula

Savy Soda

Designed for iPad

    • 4.5 • 7.6K Ratings
    • Free



iSpreadsheet is a free, simple to use yet powerfull mobile spreadsheet Application for your iPhone & iPad. Quickly create beautiful spreadsheets that are compatible with major office solutions such as Excel and Numbers.

iSpreadsheet is built from the ground up for iPhone and iPad so it runs very fast even on older devices. And iSpreadsheet works seamlessly with a myriad of file transfer and storage options including: Windows SMB Network Share, Box, Dropbox, Google Drive, Docs, OneDrive, iCloud and more.

Supports Formatting and Formulas. Uses CSV comma separated file format for maximum compatibility. Can read numbers and excel xls xlsx files too!

• Google Docs Integration
• iCloud & iCloud Drive Integration
• Manage both online and offline worksheets
• Portrait & Wide-screen Landscape view
• Load .XLS and .CSV files from Google Documents. (without formatting)
• Save in .CSV format (RFC 4180 compliant)
• Manage multiple Spreadsheets
• Execute complex arithmetic formulas
• Access a useful subset of Excel formulas
• Cell Formatting
• Column Resizing
• Clipboard Copy Paste
• Column Row Insert
• Progressive Loading
• Fluid Graphics
• Familiar Interface
• Online help
• Offline formula wizard
• Context Aware Toolbar
• Autosave & Recovery
• Free Updates

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What’s New

Version 15.0

Release 15.0
- Updated support for the latest iOS
- Fixes a bug with a loading screen exception'
- Improved support for Google Drive sharing
- UI improvements in Spreadsheet Toolbar

Ratings and Reviews

4.5 out of 5
7.6K Ratings

7.6K Ratings

Under the Indian Peaks ,

Almost perfect as a simple spreadsheet

As a simple data entry spreadsheet for my phone this is almost perfect. Numbers would enable the same basic tasks but with substantially more overhead. I do simple data entry in the field and download to my Mac for analysis. The recent addition of support for the cloud makes its even easier to exchange data with other devices. My only wishes are (1) automatic detection of numeric cells and columns. If I edit a cell that already includes a number, I shouldn't need to hit the NUM lock. Same for columns that already contain all numbers except for headers. (2) simpler percent entry. Update… once you are in numeric entry, touch the next cell that’s supposed to be numeric and it will stay in numlock.

Amandajpanda ,

Spreadsheets are sexy...

I would know. I love that this program was free. I use it for my basic accounting needs. Call me old fashioned, I guess (I mean I’m a you know I like to know where all my accounts stand at all times, and considering we as a generation have seen the largest dip in the economy...I really like to know). I deal with various accounts in my household, and I like a lot of my contemporaries, I still use cash, I like to know where my tangible currency stands at all times. This app makes it easy to do that if you are familiar with spreadsheets that is. I love that it has most of the functions that I use, and it is exactly(ime) like excel, which is *soooo nice* (in the voice of “Connie” the hormone monstress in the Netflix show Big Mouth, in which she is referring to the British baking show) I’m sure there are a lot of other apps that deal with finances better, but most of them deal only in electronic monies and when you add the cash account it makes it insanely confusing (imo). Again call me old fashioned, I love spreadsheets. Can you send me a shirt that says “I love spreadsheets”
If you want a no nonsense straight to the point spreadsheet app, I recommend this.

Pinson 96 ,

Good for lists

I use it to make lists for household items and keep up with sizes of things that have to be replaced (air filters, specialty light bulbs, printer cartridges, etc). Make your list and fill the cells green. When you run out of something, pull out your phone right there and turn the cell red. Next time you are in the store you already have your list made. No more forgetting that item that you know you need but can’t remember exactly what it is when you are actually at the store.

App Privacy

The developer, Savy Soda, indicated that the app’s privacy practices may include handling of data as described below. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

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  • Location
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  • Usage Data
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