Numbers free download for Mac


02 October 2019

Apple's spreadsheet app from the iWork suite.


With Apple Numbers, sophisticated spreadsheets are just the start. The whole sheet is your canvas. Just add dramatic interactive charts, tables, and images that paint a revealing picture of your data. You can work seamlessly between Mac and iOS devices, and work effortlessly with people who use Microsoft Excel.

What's new in Numbers

Version 6.2:
  • Improved performance when working with large tables.
  • Easily add HEVC-formatted movies to spreadsheets, enabling reduced file size while preserving visual quality.
  • Add accessibility descriptions to audio, video, and drawings.
  • Improved accessibility of exported PDFs.

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30 October 2013

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Dear Apple, The latest Pages, Keynote and Numbers applications violate a core principle of good computer-human interface design. The new interface design increases the time, motion, and hassle associated with getting work done. It now takes more thought, hand motions, mouse clicks, and eye movements to accomplish the same task than with the prior versions. That adds up to a whole lot of lost productivity day in and day out. As business users, while the new versions may be free, the total "cost of ownership" is far too high for us. Consider the loss of the floating tool pallet. The floating pallet or "inspector" was an innovation. The new fixed "inspector" at the right-hand of the screen is not. A well designed pallet not only reduces the time, motion, and hassle associated with getting work done. It also allows one to see the relationship in *real-time* between cause & effect in a single clear line of sight; between acting upon an object (text, table, chart, etc) and the results of such action. With the new fixed inspector, on a 27" Mac screen, one's eyes must move about 12" to the right to select the tool, and then move 12" or more to the left, to see the results of any such action. One must constantly take one's sight off the "ball." The floating pallet obviates this problem. That is why, as an invention, it was so useful. That is partly why we started to migrate our work from Powerpoint to Keynote, about 10 years ago, and later from Excel and Word to Numbers and Pages. Apple's novel implementation of dynamic floating pallets increased our productivity over the sort of semi-static floating pallets that characterized Microsoft Office (and still do). Needless to say, we are now migrating back to the prior iWork version to stem the productivity loss. Whether we give up on Apple and return to the Microsoft fold remains to be seen. While the new applications may be free, the total "cost of ownership" is far too high for us. Yours sincerely, A Long-Time Loyal Business User
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Version 3.0
26 June 2019
If this has "greatly improved accuracy," then what, exactly, was I getting before this?
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Version 6.1
18 September 2018
Numbers v5.2 requires macOS 10.13 High Sierra.. It is NOT compatible with 10.12, Sierra, which can run v5.1.
Version 5.2
04 May 2018
Dumbed-down, stripped down version of earlier Numbers version. Still using Numbers 2.3 from iWork 09 bundle. "Streamlined" app means loss of features, and a more challenging GUI and UX when using the latest versions of Pages/Keynote/Numbers. I am assuming loss of features etc is to ensure compatability with iPad versions of the same apps. A pity - Apple dumbed down the OSX versions rather than beefing up the iOS versions. Sticking with iWork 09 apps for as long as OSX allows! 5 stars for '09 apps, 1 star for current.
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Version 5.0.1
29 March 2018
Apple still has not returned the capability of changing the size, shape, and layout of worksheet elements in print view. They seem to have convinced themselves that no one could possible want to print anymore, so why bother giving the ability to format sheets to fit a page? I need to provide my spreadsheets as pdf reports, which most of the world wants to see in 8.5 x 11. I live in fear of the day when my '09 version of Numbers, the last that let us format in print view, is no longer compatible.
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Version 5.0
26 April 2017
I love this app. It's my favorite Spreadsheet app. Different sheets on different pages—freedom of creation—easy to copy styles. This is the king of Apple's Suite. I run my business using it and have for years.
Version 4.1.1
28 March 2017
easy , and it's fit for me, check your requirement before buy...
Version 4.1
14 March 2016
A good choose.
Version 3.6.1
12 November 2015
Doesn't make coffee, probably couldn't use it to track a trajectory to the moon, but it does everything I want and probably loads more. Good, reliable software that's easy to use. Syncs perfectly and seamlessly with iOS devices. I don't like iTunes these days, but I do like Pages, Numbers and Keynote.
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Version 3.6.1
27 October 2015
3.6. Try copying a table from one document to another. It was easy in the past. Now you have to set the size of the destination table EXACTLY the same size BEFORE pasting the data or the data duplicates or is just missing. Oh, and all column sizing is lost.
Version 3.6
1 answer(s)
12 November 2015
I can't reproduce this problem. It works fine on Numbers 3.6.1 on a 2009 iMac running 10.11.1.
25 October 2015
Numbers 3.6 frequently crashes. The work around which works for most people is to make a copy and then export the copy to Numbers 09; the formatting is lost though. It seems the crashes are caused if Language & Region are set to something other than US English!!!! I have been using Mac since the late 1980s but Apple has lost the plot. P.S. I used to have numerous 'pluses' which have disappeared with MacUpdate's 'upgrade'.
Version 3.6


App requirements: 
  • Intel 64
  • macOS 10.14.0 or later
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