Power Apps

Power Apps

By Microsoft Corporation

  • Category: Business
  • Release Date: 2015-11-30
  • Current Version: 3.20065.12
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 86.01 MB
  • Developer: Microsoft Corporation
  • Compatibility: Android, iOS 12.0
Score: 4.80049
From 2,045 Ratings


Get Power Apps to use business apps made for your team and organization. Install Power Apps for iPhone and iPad to: • Use custom Power Apps that were shared with you • Get work done from anywhere and on any device • Automate tasks and accomplish more • Access, capture, and share business data



  • Despite logging hours and with proper sign in and sign off keeps getting alerts

    By SubratSingh
    I sign in and out everyday properly marking hours but everyday get email mentioning Incase you missed to log off please do so. Where as I login and log off as required.
  • Not responsive

    By hannibal87
    The screen size is messed up because nothing is responsive. One app can’t scale from desktop to iPhone, so things look AWFUL.
  • Period

    By LanceHall26
    Doesn’t give you an option to place a period into the amounts. Please add so I won’t have to use calculator, copy and paste it into PowerApps.
  • Bug - Loop Problem

    By MojoFlash
    Current version has a bug. If you click on add to home screen on an app it starts trying to open hundreds of safari windows and power bi sites. The app get caught in a loop and starts over loading your iphone.
  • Requirements

    By DuongTu
    Should note that need a business or educational email account to activate this application. Retired and would like to tinker with this but apparently I’m not eligible.
  • Love it. Easy.

    By S23432
    It’s easy to use.
  • Request

    By Geraldine100
    I wish I could edit workout notes after submitting.

    By Supreme Rainbow God
    When you haven’t ever used the app, it doesn’t even let you make an app! It makes no sense, it is a fake app. And that is sad because it is by the Microsoft Corporation!
  • Build your Own

    By Vultre
    Little tricky getting the syntax down at first but once you get the hang of it building apps becomes easy. With the use of you tubers getting your own app up and going is not a problem and seems to work reliably. No complaints here.
  • Doesn’t support split screen

    By Lexort Divad
    The app is ok. It would be nice if they would add split screen support. It would make it much more useful to be able to drag text back and forth between the created power app and something else like a webpage, or have and app make for a phone opened side by side with something else. Since power apps is rendering the app anyway, I don’t see why split screen can’t be done. Microsoft already does it for almost everything else.