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Brickit gives you ideas and tools to build new creations with your Lego bricks:

1. Tell us what bricks you have. Find the sets you have at home and mark them — it will help us understand what bricks you own.

2. Get fresh building ideas. We'll show you what to build with the bricks you have. Robots, kangaroos, х-wings, and more!

3. Assemble step by step. Choose the idea that catches your fancy and follow our handy instructions.

Disclaimer: Brickit was created by fans and is not an official LEGO® product. The LEGO Group of companies does not sponsor or support Brickit.

What’s New

Version 2.5.6

Improved the quality of bricks recognition and the speed of the application.

Ratings and Reviews

4.3 out of 5
202 Ratings

202 Ratings

Eztigrrrr2012 ,

Needs a bit of tweaking, but incredible idea!

This is a revelation! Sure, it needs a bit of tweaking, but for a free app I think you can forgive them this! It has so far worked well scanning my daughters Lego box and we’ve been able to build a couple of the smaller items. Occasionally a replacement colour is needed, but we don’t mind as it gives it a more creative look! A few tweaks which I think would make it perfect…

1. Sorting ideas in order of amounts of pieces missing…so you can then focus on the ones where you have the pieces in a list of 500+ or so ideas…

2. A list of substitute pieces that could be used? I suppose this would change the instructions so would probably be difficult, but I’m sure there are other ways/other pieces that can be used when one is missing.

3. A list of the pieces missing before you start. Again, relating to the above, if you know what’s missing then perhaps you can go for that creation anyway and use a substitute if there is one.

anyway, all in all a fantastic idea, and we’re going to enjoy trying to find creations to build! Well done to the developers!

Russel2021 ,

Clever, but has faults

Really good idea, but misidentifies bricks. Also, why can’t you add scanned bricks to your collection? Being able to scan loose bricks and add them to your parts collection when you don’t know what set they come (or if you do a bricklink order) from would be a great feature!

pot13578 ,

Fantastic concept, unreliable in practise.

Firstly I have to say, what an absolutely fantastic concept! Someone will likely make a lot of money selling this to Lego (unless they simply build their own) and I could see how access to official Lego datasets would be extremely valuable.

Unfortunately, the app itself, whilst fairly intuitive and simple to use, doesn’t really deliver (yet). There’s a lot of misidentified bricks, suggestion of builds with several missing bricks and the app seems very easily confused unless the bricks are in a completely flat single layer, preferably upright and with the photo taken at a slight angle (presumably due to issues with depth perception).

Like most “AI” at the moment, it doesn’t quite cut the mustard but I can see a lot of potential going forward.

App Privacy

The developer, Brickit LLC, indicated that the app’s privacy practices may include handling of data as described below. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

Data Linked to You

The following data may be collected and linked to your identity:

  • User Content

Data Not Linked to You

The following data may be collected but it is not linked to your identity:

  • Contact Info
  • Identifiers
  • Usage Data
  • Diagnostics

Privacy practices may vary based on, for example, the features you use or your age. Learn More


  • Family Sharing

    Up to six family members will be able to use this app with Family Sharing enabled.

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