Price of Excel vs. other spreadsheet software
Let’s see a quick comparison between the pricing plans of Excel and some other famous spreadsheet software 🚀
Excel vs. Apple Numbers
Apple Numbers is great if you want a spreadsheet for simple calculations.
It offers a wide variety of templates to choose from and functions to use. But if you have to perform complex calculations and handle extensive data, Excel is your best bet.
Apple Numbers is free and is compatible with both Mac and PC. In contrast, MS365 Personal plan costs $69.99/year, but it is a powerful tool for calculations.
Excel vs. Google Sheets
Google Sheets is a great software if you want to work on an Excel file with your team in real time. Excel is better used to visualize data and perform data analysis.
Google Sheets is a free online program commonly used for active collaboration. Excel in MS365 needs to be subscribed to and costs $69.99/year.
Excel vs. ClickUp
Clickup software comes in a variety of pricing plans. Its Personal plan is free, while the other business plans range from $5-19 yearly 💲
Excel comes as a part of the MS365 subscription service and is priced at $69.99 per year.
Excel vs. SmartSheet
The Smartsheet application is most commonly used for streamlining workflow and tracking tasks. It offers four different pricing plans ranging from $0 to $15 per month.
Excel is more famous for its pivot tables and power query and is priced at $6.99 per month.
Excel vs. Tableau
Excel is spreadsheet software used to perform complex calculations, data analysis, and more. Tableau is better used for creating graphics and trends.
It is rather expensive as it costs $70 per month for a single user. And MS365 Personal plan’s monthly plan costs $6.99 only.