VIVO FREE Keyboard for Excel version3.0 APK Download for ZTE


  • Sept. 3, 2015
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Keyboard for Excel, a Microsoft Garage project, provides a keyboard optimized for numbers. It delivers speed and efficiency to Excel users entering data.

Key Features:
o Keyboard layout optimized for numbers
o Excel operators prioritized in the keyboard layout
o 10-key number layout for fast number entry
o Tab key for quick navigation across columns

Current limitations: This is an experimental keyboard that supports only English characters without auto-correct and gesture typing.

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Microsoft Corporation part of our Productivity and have average installs from 100000 to 500000. Last Update Sept. 3, 2015. ZTE rating is 83.3738. Current verison is for VIVO 3.0. Actual size 688.0 KB.

What's new

    Added support for phones and addresses user feedbacks.
Download keyboard-for-excel.apk 688.0 KB


Tony Tumminello at Feb. 27, 2015

Love the layout but... ...the backspace is pretty buggy. The backspace will just keep deleting if you hold it down, rather than stop after you let go. All in all, an awesome start! Just needs the kinks worked out.

Cole Wheatley at Feb. 26, 2015

Underdeveloped, yet well specialized. This keyboard is entirely usable, but lacks the features that one has come to expect as an everyday keyboard. There is no swype, or autocorrect. Things as simple as automatically capitalizing after punctuation are not yet integrated. There is no voice option. Perhaps even benefiting from this clear lack of features, the keyboard adroitly fills the role it's intended for. When using Excel, features like auto capitalizing are by far secondary to a virtual ten key, and often a nuisance. One may hope that Microsoft continues to implement demassified MS Garage ideas. Perhaps a "Floating" ten key or arrow keys could be implemented, to be used in conjunction, in stead of competition, with Google's near monopolistic keyboard. Written on my slightly modified Nexus 6.

Joshua Garner at March 10, 2015

Aawesome keyboard Eassily the best keyboard for android tablets. Nothing like the keyboard that they use for the windows tablets that is next to useless.

Shubhanjan Shekhar at March 12, 2015

Weird layout on nexus 6 The keyboard only shows huge 4-6 letters on keyboard and types something else. Same thing on landscape too.

Jacob Weeks at Feb. 27, 2015

A huge step forward Missing ctrl & shift, which are very important for quickly maneuvering around the files.

Kent Edman at Feb. 25, 2015

Such a simple concept, I'm amazed most other keyboards dont offer similar number layouts. needs alot of add on features, but its a great start.

Emory Kincaid at Feb. 26, 2015

Makes Excel much more useful A great start! Looking forward to see what becomes of it.

Alex Davila at Feb. 28, 2015

Great start Great layout. Smaller footprint than most keyboards leaving more viewable space while the keyboard is open. It needs swipe for faster typing. When you hit return it sometimes skips more than one line.

David Yastrab at March 18, 2015

Enjoy it It's good but basic. I only use it for excel. Would be better with more options ie keypress sound muting, key size control, swype, etc

Clifford Casey at Feb. 27, 2015

Excel Keyboard Very handy for spreadsheets. Very nice out of the gate. Looking forward to improvements in updates.

Eddie Dounn at Feb. 28, 2015

Tab key!!!!!!!!! thanks. bring window 8 keyboard too?

Jaylen Yancy at Feb. 26, 2015

I have to say this little keyboard is quite easy to use

Jesse Street at March 8, 2015

Would be better if it was called Windows Phone Keyboard While most features of Windows Phone are quite interesting, they keyboard is great on phones. If the keyboard presented here could be adjusted in height, it would be a great keyboard replacement on android.

Parker Clack at Feb. 25, 2015

Love the idea and layout For a tablet this is THE layout. Can't wait to see what is next.

Tyler Bang at March 3, 2015

Looks strange in landscape on Nexus 7

Cottage 5190 at June 17, 2015

No caps lock :( Love the layout, but where's the caps lock?

Jeff Thompson at June 14, 2015

Welcome back Microsoft! What a sweet change to have the Microsoft stamp on a spreadsheet - by that I mean quality of functionality. Welcome back!

Michelle Johnson at June 6, 2015

Love this keyboard! I use this outside of Excel!!

Redx360 at June 25, 2015

One word; keyboard.

Omprakash A at June 25, 2015

Underscore Where is underscore?

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