|⇒ Category:||Spreadsheet Files|
|⇒ Developer:||Apple Inc|
📌 A .NUMBERS file standard is eligible for storing spreadsheet documents generated by Apple Numbers, a top-notch spreadsheet toolkit embedded into actual macOS distribution natively. In general, it is composed of one or more sheets with data organized into columns and rows, and may also contain mathematical formulas, images, graphs, tables and other auxiliary categories of content. .NUMBERS resources can be initiated, built up and opened from scratch or on the basis of a custom template provided with the Apple Numbers solution. .NUMBERS extension items are typically exploited to organize various numeric data such as business expenses and income, web-session or master-class attendance, or quarterly active users for an online website or an application. You can select and pre-define viewing and sorting appropriate data in a range of methods and criterias, such as a formatted chart or a table.
📌 The .NUMBERS file objects can be without hindrances revealed, opened and reviewed by Apple Numbers suite, entirely consistent with macOS and iOS devices. Apple Numbers serves as an integral component of iWork bundle, which also operates with Pages (for text documents) and Keynote (for digital presentations) applets. Originally the distributive was solely compatible with macOS environment, but afterwards the Apple company introduced web-version of the service for iOS and iCloud platforms. Therefore, you can seamlessly open and handle aforementioned file entities with genuine Apple iCloud web-service, primarily oriented on mobile and portable mainframes, workstations and gadgets. In addition, the resulting file entries can be converted to third-party format definitions and structures, such as .CSV, .TSV, .PDF, .XLSX, and more.