iKan - State of Kansas 4+

State of Kansas Official App

Office of Information Technology Services

Designed for iPhone

    • 3.1 • 130 Ratings
    • Free

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Skip the trip to the DMV and renew your Kansas vehicles with iKan.
Paper forms? Gone. We’ll store your receipts, vehicle info, and payment in the app so you can get back to worrying about things that matter.

Download the official app of Kansas - iKan - to renew your vehicle and order Vital Records such as birth, death, marriage and divorce, all with the help of a friendly chatbot. Get your certificates with just a couple clicks! Select order by mail or pick up in the office and get notified when it is ready. iKan is offered as a convenience to the Kansas residents.

- Friendly, conversational chatbot guides you through the search and payment process
- Secure payment processing
- Renewal notifications and reminders
- Ability to store your payment methods and vehicle info for speedy future renewals
- Payment receipts stores in the app’s “Wallet” for quick and easy access
- Order Vital Records: Birth, Death, Marriage, Divorce Certificates

What’s New

Version 12.1.5

Document upload enhancement
Bug fixes

Ratings and Reviews

3.1 out of 5
130 Ratings

130 Ratings

Sandman82 ,

Quick; a few upgrades recommended

The process is quick. Took less than 10 minutes for two vehicles. A lot quicker than driving to the county seat!
Couple suggestions:
-People are over dealing with bots. The app can ask the same questions but just present it to the user in a different format (so it doesn’t appear to be a bot).
-I registered two vehicles, but the app only shows that I have one vehicle under vehicle renewal activity. It shows the last of the vehicles renewed. The receipt and documents section shows I paid for both, but the Home Screen with the pop up does not.
-provide option to make the receipt and the renewal show as PDFs so it’s easy to save to phone, forward to family, etc.
- Provide additional payment options such as PayPal, etc. Third party payment sources provide a layer of protection.

Fairway Prince ,


I’ll admit I was super skeptical of a government app actually working. Well to my surprise...in the last few months I’ve used it twice. Once to get my RealID info started. I needed to go to the DMV anyways. And second...today, literally took 70 seconds to renew my registration and pay. Worked flawlessly. Yes I have one car. Yes I have had that car for 5 years. Yes I have the same insurance as last year. A lot of the “bad” reviews seem to be people who didn’t follow instructions or have a weird registrations...but for a regular ole Kansan like me. Worked perfectly. As for the “fees” or surcharges...welp ACH is $1 or you can always mail in a check. And new technology isn’t free. It has to be paid for somehow.

Obstreperosity ,

Needs updated & more payment methods

The app is worse than the mobile website.

The iPhone 14 Pro was released nearly a year ago, but the app hasn’t been updated to support it. Text is blocked by the camera and some screens are impossible to go back because the back button is cut off in the corner. The app doesn’t even support swipe to go back!

Additionally, the app makes it as difficult as possible to fill in information, such as adding a new credit card. On the mobile website, I can auto fill everything and use the camera to add a credit card or use one I have saved. It’s ridiculous that the app doesn’t have this functionality.

Finally, it’s 2023 and there need to be more payment options. There are a multitude of reasons why people might need or want to use something other than a credit card that has to be manually added or a linked bank account. Apple Pay, PayPal, etc. are easier and quicker, plus have additional benefits beyond the current antiquated options.

App Privacy

The developer, Office of Information Technology Services, 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:

  • Financial Info
  • Contact Info
  • User Content
  • Identifiers

Data Not Linked to You

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

  • Location
  • Contact Info
  • Diagnostics

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

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