Microsoft Power BI

Microsoft Power BI

By Microsoft Corporation

  • Category: Business
  • Release Date: 2014-12-21
  • Current Version: 17.4
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 130.63 MB
  • Developer: Microsoft Corporation
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 10.0 or later.
  • App Ratings:
    4.5/5 ( 13,092 Reviews)
  • Price:
    Free
Microsoft Power BI App Ratings: 4.5
4.5
Total 13,092 Reviews

Microsoft Power BI App Description

Access your data from anywhere. Get notifications, annotate and share, and dive deep into your data with powerful features for decision making on the go.    Highlights:    • View all your important data in one place    • Tap to explore, filter, and focus on what’s most important     • Easily annotate and share reports and visualizations      • Set data alerts and get real-time notifications     • Ask questions in your own words and get meaningful insights into your data with the Q&A virtual analyst    • Securely access your on-premises data     • Scan barcodes and QR codes to easily track inventory and get real-world data in context    • Start exploring your Power BI data instantly, with no setup needed    Get the full Power BI suite and never miss a beat with  Power BI Desktop, the Power BI web service, and Power BI Mobile!

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Microsoft Power BI App Reviews

  • Almost there...

    4
    By joecefis
    The concept behind this app, and the functionality it provides in connecting to big data is invaluable. The problem is that there are many (many!) minor things that don’t work correctly or were not thought out, that they add up to this not being all that it should be. One immediate example - there is a navigation bar at the top of report pages that obscures the report below it. It would be a simple thing for MS to fix this by moving the report down slightly on the page, but as-is, makes it very difficult to use, especially if in your mobile report layout there are slicers or other navigation elements at the top of the page. I could go on (no freeze-pane functionality for tables, no long press to bring up tooltips, poor use of font shrinking, etc), but hope MS puts polishing this app high on the priority list!
  • Hopeful but terrible

    2
    By Jnxs27272
    It’s good enough that you try to use it but more often than not you will encounter frustrating bugs that make it impossible to view reports. Keep trying Microsoft. It’s always an amazement that you’re still in business.
  • More on line tutorials

    5
    By Rividog
    If more on line tutorials were available that would be great.
  • Tip

    5
    By Macbolan75
    You might notice that some dashboards take too long to render though the app or don’t render at all. Delete the app completely and re-install. This will fix that issue
  • Amazing application

    4
    By ceromat
    Still the regular browser application is better. Ex:Hoover over and edit.
  • Like with opportunities

    4
    By jeroen levy
    I like the interface, the writing is not as good as OneNote
  • Sharing reports

    3
    By fabulous1_25
    No way to share reports in Power BI standard. Sharing Power BI Pro reports require the other user to have Power BI Pro as well.
  • A review

    5
    By MR-NP@
    That,s an excellent app, many thanks
  • Great App, UI Needs Some Attention

    3
    By amayes90
    The app is a great tool to allow users to review data and conduct quick analysis on the go. However, some of the user interfaces need attention. I find it often on my iPad or iPhone that we I scroll on a page the header and footer info do not close allowing you to see all of your data. The markup feature is great but again the UI could use some attention. It is a great tool and app for BI!
  • Terribly slow

    1
    By JRHami
    For about 4 months presentation of dashboards has been terribly slow. Been using Power BI for 3 years and this is the worst performance ever. I can not recommend because it fails to display charts most of the time. Or it takes long several minutes to load basic bar charts. Something is wrong and MS has not been transparent about the problem.

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