KeyMe transforms the way you manage your keys, for the first time putting you in control of when and where you can access them.
- Copy: Order a duplicate in the mail, or pick up most keys at your local KeyMe kiosk.
- Share: Easily share your key via email or text with roommates, friends and family.
- Solve: Access and print your saved key when locked out at any kiosk nationwide. Or, call to find a trustworthy locksmith whenever the need might arise.
- Personalize: Choose from over 100 designs to make your key truly unique.
- We do not copy keys marked for educational or government use.
KeyMe is a New York City-based startup transforming the way people access and manage their keys. In addition to mobile apps, KeyMe has automated key copying kiosks in local retailers including: 7-Eleven, Bed, Bath & Beyond, Kmart, Lowe's, Stop & Shop, Rite Aid and many more.
Questions? Call our customer service team at: 1 855-343-5776
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In dire need of an app over haul.
What’s the point of a “shopping cart” tab in a app that basically the only thing it does is direct you in several ways to the nearest kiosk? It’d be nice to see the full selection of different types of keys and options available BEFORE going to a nearest kiosk that may or may not have it stocked. I was looking for a key that looks like my house key, which is a very common style, but it has the bottle opener cut out, that’s originally the first one I saw. I’m not even sure I did the order correctly to be honest. I’ve seen two different keys with the same bottle opener cut which got me curious enough to find a kiosk and get one but I’m not even sure I ordered the correct one I was looking for. Again, it’d be nice to actually be able to see the full selection of options and combinations available in app on my free time before I go to the front of a store and stand there feeling like an idiot. I don’t know just a wise idea.🤷🏼♂️
What’s the point now?
Well hey congrats you removed key scanning the only functionality of this app that made it useful. So because of some bad actors you remove the only purpose for this app. You realize actual thieves can photograph keys then simply get the key bitting number and do the same thing this app did? What did you do other than ruin a great useful app. Criminals will exist with or without this app. I hate that we live in a society that conforms to the 2% of the population that misuses or abuses products and services. Hopefully a company with backbone comes out with another key scanner
The scan thing was cool, but not the whole app.
The coolest part (in my opinion) of this app is the fact that you can *SAVE* keys so when you loose one (there’s even a “I’m locked out!” Button) you can just get it replaced! Only thing is hopefully you live near a kiosk, otherwise it’ll be 3-5days.
If you have the money to throw at it, I highly suggest letting the kiosk smooth the teeth... It has made my house key so much better! I can get in & out quickly & not have to play with the stupid lock.
The scanning thing that people are complaining about honestly didn’t seem to work all that well for people, I was too sketched out by it honestly lol.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.