PlayExchange is a powerful spreadsheet suite that’s been in development since the early 2000s.
The software offers a simple, intuitive interface, and is available for iOS and Google Chrome on Android.
It offers Excel functions, spreadsheets, charts, and many more.
But this year, Microsoft has brought out the PlayExchanger, an iOS app that adds the ability to “play back” Excel spreadsheets and Excel formulas to the iOS App Store and Google Play.
While the Excel feature is new to Excel for iOS, the PlayMaker extension for Android has been around for some time, too.
The Excel functions list is a handy feature to have on your iPhone, iPad, or Android phone or tablet, but it’s nice to have that extra tool available for those who don’t have a smartphone.
I’m not sure how many Excel users there are in the world right now, but I can imagine a lot of them would be looking to create more complex workflows with Excel.
And now that the Excel for iPhone app is live, we’re getting a new way to work with Excel on the web.
PlayExchange comes to iOS, Android, and Windows 8.1 on the Play Store on January 13, 2018.
Read our review of Excel for Windows 8 and Windows Phone 8.
You can also check out our full review of the Excel 2015 and Excel 2017 software.
We’re also adding a brand new blog, Excel Tips and Tricks, to help you get started with Excel and get the most out of the software.