30 reviews between Apr 26, 2023 and May 24, 2023.
Google Sheets is a useful app for basic work, but lacking in functionality for professionals. It is easy to use and can be used between Apple and Windows devices. However, there are issues with editing multi-line text and opening multiple files at once. It also has problems when on an external monitor with Stage. Despite this, people appreciate the access to Sheets from any device and its ability to sync changes. Some users prefer Apple Numbers over Sheets for its better features.Google Sheets
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I really like Google sheets. It is easy to use. It takes a little bit of playing with to know all of its features, but is extremely handy. I especially love how it is usable between Apple, and Windows. Also I love the instant updating ability. I highly recommend it.
Half the time when I tap a cell to copy its formula and paste to a different cell, the original cell will go into edit mode and mess up the formula when I tap any other cell. And this app has no equivalent of an escape key. So I need to undo and try again. Extremely annoying…
Very easy to navigate.
If there is not a full or very strong wi fi signal it is very slow or just doesn’t load what you’re trying to do.
I normally dont do this but I have been patiently waiting for this app to be useable for years. For any type of light work that can be done by a teen after a week or two of learning spread sheets for the first time this app is great. Anything that requires slightly more functionality (and boy is this list long) for people who work with sheets professionally is not available nor is the option to enable such functionality even offered. Dont take my word for it, there are thousands of youtube videos with professionals who unanimously hate this app. Just look up “Google Sheets Tips for iOS” on youtube and literally click any of the top 1000 videos! Not even joking!
And no, I will never buy android .
Please delete all sheets
I just wish it had more Excel Functionality
The GoTo grid💜
I’m writing this review for an IPad Pro with the Magic Keyboard used for work with a work account. For context, I also have a work account of all MS Apps in addition to all Google work apps so I am able to contrast the two suites on the same device.
Pros: Sheets for IPad opens files very quickly. Allows basic review and editing.
- Can’t edit multi line cell text easily. Can’t edit text in the middle of the cell easily. Only a small one line high box shows allowing you to edit text that is only one line high. We can’t just double click in the cell and click on where we want the cursor. Can’t do carriage returns within the cell.
- Can’t open multiple files at once
- Does not render properly when on an external monitor with Stage Manager
- No paste transpose option
- No paste values option
- Can’t see edit history by user
- Can’t choose to open in browser instead of app.
Can’t sync with computer
I can’t even see the names of my tabs when I have a Sheet open. All of the menu options at the top are disabled in the app and when you open it through Safari.
I cannot for the life of me understand why this is so horrible compared to when I access Sheets on a PC.
Must be Apple wanting to make Google apps useless because they hate competition.
I am denied access
I love that I can access sheet from anywhere and share with family and friends and restrict data if needed.
Sheets works very well on Android. I’m
Giving this review on an apple.
It’s been like a year now! That I can’t get the app to export or download a pdf from my iphone or even as an excel file. I upgraded to a newer phone with more storage. Deleted and restored the app. Tried from an android phone and nothing worked. It totally threw off my mobile workflow.
In a single world just “Wow” 🙂
Outstanding service thank you
Apple numbers is so much better than sheets. I’m not sure why folks use this Google stuff.
I wish you were able to run google scripts on the app.
Very clear and easy to use
I just want to reply to a comment. The keyboard opens and closes randomly.
EDIT: They have now added autocorrect. Except… not the standard autocorrect. No, that would be too simple. Instead, they have invented their OWN autocorrect, which replaces real words and things that make sense, with fake words and things that don’t. Best of all, it gives absolutely no sign that it’s going to change your word, and doesn’t actually change it until you’ve typed an addition sentence, and sometimes even hit enter to save the cell. How INSANE are these developers? Oh and most of the other problems… still exist. Only now you can’t use the dropdown data validation features that you’ve set up.
Worst part is - they FORCE you to use this - you can’t use a browser.
Something as simple as typing into a cell doesn’t work! First of all, no autocorrect. But worse, you can’t edit anything without google making up some random new rules about how your keyboard works, like mandating all-caps so that you have to hit shift before EVERY LETTER to turn it off. By far my most frustrating experience each day. An absolute embarrassment that this experience is happening in 2018. I vaguely remember stuff like this happening when iOS first starting allowing apps... a LONG time ago.
This is the greatest software around. I can instantly get miles per gallon for my car. I use it for secure calendaring. Shopping lists, game scores, keeping track of reading and many more things. It’s great
I like how I can access my sheets and make changes from any device and they are all synced. They have tried as much as making all the formulas and tools available here as compared to Excel offline. Love it!
It's been such a great way to collaborate and keep a tight production
So useful without a laptop
The access to Google Sheets in Google Docs helps me keep track of my finances and register transactions for tax purposes. It complements my Ludsin Method to digitize my life. I call that magic prestigitization.
Its really cool for using all kind of transactions. The best things you can use this apps with so many users. Transparent side is the most appreciated.
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