LibreOffice Vanilla 4/5

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LibreOffice Vanilla

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By Collabora Productivity (Collabora Productivity Ltd)

Open and edit text documents, spreadsheets, presentations and drawings created in a large number of applications like OpenOffice, Microsoft Office, Microsoft Visio, WordPerfect, Quattro Pro, Lotus 1-2-3, AutoCAD. Even documents created in historical applications such as MacWrite and ClarisWorks

LibreOffice Vanilla is based directly on the LibreOffice source code from The Document Foundation. It is recommended for users who want the convenience of installing from the App Store and getting automatic updates, compared to manually downloading and installing from The Document Foundation.

Release Notes

09/01/2018 | Version : 5.4.4 | Size : 606.8 MB
Update to upstream version 5.4.4.

23/11/2017 | Version : 5.4.3 | Size : 297.0 MB
Upgrade to upstream version 5.4. Lots of improvements and bug fixes.

17/11/2016 | Version : | Size : 297.6 MB
Now at upstream version 5.2, with many fixes since 5.1. This update adds more bug fixes.

Screenshots Mac OSX :

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Supported Devices : Mac OS

Comments and Ratings for LibreOffice Vanilla

Great in every respect except for Base (
07/01/2017 08:10:00 3/5 By Christopher Tomkinson
For people who want a hassel free LibreOffice solution on their Macintosh this is a good choice. Unofrtunately, if you are looking for Libreoffice Base to work ‘out of the box’ then you will be disappointed. This version does not come with something important for LibreOffice Base called HSQLDB. Without it you cannot create a database in the same way that you might do had you downloaded LibreOffice from the LibreOffice Foundation website. As this is the most important part of LibreOffice, working for a charity to develop a database solution, I will uninstall this and have to go to the Foundation website and download the version from there. If you’re looking for a free option, similar to Microsoft Office, for word-processing, spreadsheets and slideshows then you will be happy with this product. I personally prefer Pages and Keynote (Numbers could do with having the query functionality of GoogleSheets). That said, LibreOffice does an excellent free database option. I am just disappointed that I wasn’t able to take advantage of this functionality through the download provided on the App Store through this provider.

mr (
17/11/2016 08:51:00 5/5 By 1tseve
very good. just what you might be looking for try it

Sierra Breaks IT (
23/10/2016 22:12:00 2/5 By Clevprof
Everything was working fine until i upgraded to Sierra OS, now it is very tempremental and only opens certain documents without the program crashing. I mainly use it for xlsx documents which did open before Sierra was installed!

Good alternative to OpenOffice (
15/10/2016 11:22:00 4/5 By Zooms48
Much better than Collaboro. Still learning what’s what’s but seems to be very serviceable.

LibreOffice doesn’t work with Sierra OS (
14/10/2016 15:01:00 1/5 By John in Nishinomiya
I was pretty happy with the suite until I upgraded my Mac to the new Sierra OS. No longer works. Open a file and try to do anything and it crashes.

Sierra (
17/09/2016 13:33:00 1/5 By WeeGus
Doesn’t work with Sierra GM on my 2015 imac 27. Nor does Openoffice or Libreoffice

A Real Gem of an App (
25/07/2016 13:29:00 5/5 By Predikuesi
I was looking for an HTML editor that gave me WYSIWYG, but the cost of a fully functional app was excessive in my opinion. I needed one that was able to utilise my webpages built on a PC, but demo apps I tried didn’t even see my pages let alone edit them. I had LibriOffice installed, but didnt realise that it would do exactly as I needed. The app is so simple to use in every respect, from the standard documents, spreadsheets and others. There is no mention of HTML editting in the description, so I’d encourage the creators to mention this. This app is a gem and a lifesaver. Thank you.

A great basic office product! (
31/05/2016 13:39:00 5/5 By Greenmanhugh
I found this by accident - I was looking for something else! It looked quite good so, as I have the time, I thought I would try it out. Well it’s excellent! User friendly, intuitive & easy to use. If you are a MS Office user & are looking for something to use on a Mac - without the expense (like me), then look no further, it’s so familiar! It will also read your MS files - how good is that! It’s the only office product I use now! Well done Collabora keep it up!

Fantastic “Office" Program (
01/05/2016 14:32:00 5/5 By Chas Street
This is a fully featured “Office” program that does all (and more) than I will ever use, and it is completely FREE! The operation and menus within Libreoffice look similar to earlier versions of MS office. I downloaded my version (Vanilla) to my 21” iMac direct from Apple's “App” store. After a few minutes playing around I set it up for my own locale - UK: i.e. English/British spelling, my favourite fonts, top and side rulers in Inches etc. Whilst Apple Pages is a useful program, there are details missing which I need to use, the main one for me with pages is to hyperlink to another section within large documents. Pages only lets you hyperlink to a website or e-mail address. For anyone using Mac OSx I would throughly recommend this software. Why spend around £80 per year with MS, when you can have something as good as this for free. Finally a huge THANK YOU to all the programers/developers that put this software together, and not charge for it.

One of the best office suites available (
19/03/2016 23:06:00 5/5 By paulcarpenter
The Document Foundation are making huge improvements with each release of LibreOffice in terms of features, compatibility with other office formats and user interface. Finally, with further attention paid to asthetics, this set of applications now looks as professionally finished as the commercial alternatives. It does not offer the ribbon interface of other office products, but instead has a contextually sensitive sidebar for formatting, styles, images and navigation. The templates manager now works flawlessly and it is easy to use powerpoint templates if you want to. The only feature I would like to see added would be a page thumbnail bar for writer. As far as I am aware, LibreOffice is the only application suite for OSX that includes Text, Presentation, Spreadsheet, Database, Drawing and Math components and these are all available for OSX, Windows and Linux based platforms. The files can always be exported to or imported from other formats if required. I am currently using LibreOffice in preference to the commercial alternatives, taking comfort in the knowledge that my my documents are in a format that should stand the test of time and remain independant of commercial support.

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