The IKEA Store app is here to make shopping in store smooth and simple. From planning your visit to finding and remembering everything when you get there, this is the perfect shopping companion.


Browse and search the IKEA range, then add products to a shopping list. Already made a shopping list on the IKEA website? Simply log in to access it in the app*.


Find the nearest IKEA store based on your location and check opening hours and driving directions. See if products are in stock at your selected store so you can plan the best time to shop.


See where products on your shopping list are located in store and get helpful hints so you don't forget anything. Scan barcodes, QR-codes and article numbers to get product information and add products to your list. Then swipe right on product to mark it as collected and left to remove it from the list.


There’s always something going on at your local IKEA store. The app keeps you up to date with events, offers and new products. Sign up or log in to your IKEA FAMILY account so you can keep a digital IKEA FAMILY card to hand and make great savings.

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* Currently the app will only synchronize with the most recently saved shopping list on the website.

Some features may not be available in all countries and all IKEA stores.

Your use of this app is governed by the Application License Agreement.

What’s New

Version 2.9.8

Bug fixes and performance improvements

Ratings and Reviews

2.4 out of 5
1.1K Ratings

1.1K Ratings

Morenumerous ,

Mixed bag

What it does well: It tells me the location of items on my shopping list. This is invaluable in the warehouse section where there’s no rhyme or reason and you’d better know your bin number.
- It’s super easy to add any item to your shopping list.

-There’s no map of the store!
- It has a handy scanner, but my store has no bar codes on the display items; nothing to scan.
- It was wrong about what items were in stock.
- When I find an item on my shopping list I have to click over to the item description to mark it done. It’s a shopping list, it should have a little check box right on the list page. Also “collected” isn’t the most intuitive word for checking an item off your list.
- From within the shopping list there’s no way to find related items like the extension that goes with the desk. You have to back out of the shopping list and go to a search function. Especially frustrating when you’re standing in front of the desk bin and know that the extension has to be around here somewhere!

What it really ought to do if it wants to impress me: figure out which couch I’m sitting on and pop up a little banner asking if I want more information about the couch. Because I do, oh I do!

Yubie M. ,

Some people don’t know how to read

To the people who are giving this app 3 stars or lower because “Oh, it’s meant for shopping in store, Oh, what does collect mean?” Please. Please for the first and last time, read the description!

It is super easy to notice that it is for shopping in store. To everyone asking what does collect mean: This app is an in store app, right? Yes. It’s like a shopping list of everything that’s available in your local ikea. Once you view an item you might want to purchase, it tells you if it’s available in your ikea. Once you have all the available items you want on your list, go to ikea! (Pretty simple, right?) once you have a physical item in your physical cart, press collect! That means you have collected the item and it is in your hands. It’s like your going shopping with a list, and once you get something like bananas, you cross bananas off the list! The app crosses it off for you once you press collect. You’re welcome!

GenStarX ,

Some of y’all are dumb.

Okay first, if you’re complaint is that the app only works for shopping in-store and not online, TRY READING THE APP NAME AND DESCRIPTION. it’s pretty clear about what it does... it clearly states it makes IN STORE shopping easier.

Second, if you’re complaining about having to still wander aimlessly thru the store to get your items- that’s not the fault of the app, either your store location doesn’t have a shortcut to the marketplace (which every one I’ve ever been to... several across 3 states) has had, or you’re new to Ikea and don’t know how to take the shortcut. Also NOT the app’s fault. Plus, walking through the store and looking at everything is part of the fun. Who goes to Ikea to just be in an out? Not me! It’s always a fun day trip for our family.


91.6 MB

Requires iOS 10.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.


English, Arabic, Chinese (Hong Kong), Croatian, Czech, Danish, Dutch, Finnish, French, German, Hungarian, Indonesian, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Malay, Norwegian, Polish, Portuguese, Romanian, Russian, Serbian, Simplified Chinese, Slovak, Spanish, Swedish, Thai, Traditional Chinese

Age Rating
Rated 4+
This app may use your location even when it isn't open, which can decrease battery life.
© Inter IKEA Systems B.V. 2015


  • Family Sharing

    With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.

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