What are the competitive differentiators of rows vs softr, excel, airtable, google sheet ... etc?

There are many spreadsheet solutions these days and things like no-code or low-code. I would like to know if there is a comparative table of resources where I can compare rows with other software in the same technology area, such as: softr, excel, airtable, google sheets, baserow, nocodb, budibase, Ninox Database, MS Access, Grist, LuckySheet, Rows, OnlyOffice, WPS Office, Sheetgo, pory-app, Zoho Sheet, zen.pebblestream, Smartsheet, Quip etc

My question is technical and I wanted to know if it would be possible to find any documentation about it. What are the competitive differentiators of rows vs softr, excel, airtable, google sheet … etc?

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Hey @negog79394 :wave:t4: I’m afraid there’s no documentation on this as of yet :sweat_smile: but we do get this asked from time to time. Here are some instances of our responses —

  1. Rows vs. Airtable — https://twitter.com/choraria/status/1408998542169894922
  2. Rows vs. Google Sheets — https://twitter.com/choraria/status/1466375450503045122

I suspect you get the theme of our USPs there :wink: but please feel free to ask any more specific technical questions that you may have too.

If it helps, please feel free to refer the following doc where we do publicly share more tech-related specs as well — Platform limits | Rows

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@sourabh hey there! thank you for feedback!