Google Sheets app for iOS and Android

May 20, 2014 Timothy Mobile Apps

In addition to their release of a Google Docs app, Google released a free Google Sheets app. Great for those who need to crunch numbers and ask “what if” on the go. We like the look of the interface. The main screen shows miniature sheets or graphs with titles. Clicking in a cell pops open a qwerty keyboard for immediate edits.

Google kept the collaboration capability of sheets, so after creating a new sheet or editing an existing one, you can add people from your team or company for coordination. Google smartly added the same off-line capability they built into the Google Docs app. You can create and save a sheet without a wifi or data connection. How cool is that? Can’t do that in a desktop browser.

All you power spreadsheet users can get your free Google sheets app on both iTunes and Android stores.

Source: Google Sheets app on iTunes


About Timothy Lee

Tim, the Arkansas Small Business and Technology Development Center's webmaster and technical training specialist, has been with ASBTDC since 1995. He retired from the U.S. Air Force with the rank of master sergeant. He's a bit gung-ho, turns cat food cans into cook stoves, and keeps packing ASBTDC equipment for rapid worldwide deployment, but he's your "go to" guy for technical solutions and full-scale disasters.

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