9to5Toys 4+

Gear, Deals, and Reviews

Seth Weintraub

Designed for iPad

    • 4.8 • 1.4K Ratings
    • Free



Gear, daily deals, and reviews. The best of 9to5Toys now available on iPhone and iPad. Read all our latest stories and get notifications for the best featured deals.

Scroll through recent articles with beautiful imagery and thumbnails, tap through to read more. View articles in a light or dark theme (with accompanying app icon) in a streamlined reading experience.

What’s New

Version 1.2.1

- Tapping on links in stories now opens in an embedded web browser.
- Various bug fixes, including addressing a crash that could occur when refreshing the main list of stories.

Ratings and Reviews

4.8 out of 5
1.4K Ratings

1.4K Ratings

iACR ,

Like the daily email but easier and better.

I have subscribed to 9to5Toys for a while. It is a great site for tech and other types of deals. The app has all of the same content but an easier interface, especially for using on an iPhone. Highly recommend it and the site.

PixRoe12345 ,

Not worth even looking...

I downloaded this app because of there was a miscoded url to a product of interest that surfaced in a 925 blog post.

The app lets you change the app icon, but no search, no filter...want details it launches a web site, want to purchase - fo to the website...one of the lamest apps out there.

The other reason I was hopeful for this app is because of SSO. The store engine gets rebranded for other sites, however account credentials are centralized. So if you have an account for 925, for example, then you at another website that uses the same store engine - you have to figure out to use your 925 credentials because it is all one set of credentials regardless of the partner website. Change you credentials, now you just messed up the profile for the previous location. Hot mess.

FishY8Duckie ,

App is good... but

I’ve been a huge fan of 9to5Toys but lately these reviewers are getting desperate for readers/users. The review talks about a specific deal but majority of the time the pictures have nothing to do with the item on sale. You have to click the review and read the whole thing to finally realize what is actually on sale. Another is there wording, when your scrolling thru the list of deals they make you think it’s that price but it’s not, once you click the list and read the whole review/deal. Come on be honest and just put the truth. Picture the actual item on sale and stop looking so desperate.

App Privacy

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