LEGO® Powered Up 4+


    • 3.6 • 454 Ratings
    • Free



Combine this app with the LEGO DC Super Heroes App-Controlled Batmobile (76112), the LEGO City Cargo Train (60198), or the LEGO City Passenger Train (60197) (each sold separately) to operate the motorized engines via Bluetooth controls, or use your imagination and build entirely new creations using LEGO Powered Up components and bring them to life by coding them. Make your models move and respond to real-world events.

The LEGO Powered Up app puts you in the driver’s seat of the awesome 4-wheel-drive Batmobile to speed through the streets of GOTHAM CITY™. Drive forwards, backwards, left and right… or pull 360-degree turns! You can even activate cool tricks and stunts as you become the Dark Knight and fight crime. You can customize and code your Batmobile tricks and choose your sounds and movements – pretty awesome!

The LEGO Powered Up app also controls LEGO trains to haul goods or pick up passengers around LEGO City. You can control the speed, change directions, and bring even more life to your play with various sounds such as a whistle, passenger announcement, railroad crossing bell, and more! The Bluetooth remote control app and the remote control handset included in the LEGO City train sets aren’t compatible with older infrared remote-controlled LEGO train sets.

Thanks to Powered Up components like hubs, motors, sensors, and lights you will be able to bring your customized creations to life. You can also bring your existing LEGO models to life.

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The LEGO Powered Up App Feature List
- Access control panels for DC Super Heroes App-Controlled Batmobile, LEGO City Cargo Train or LEGO City Passenger Train.
- Control speed and direction of LEGO vehicles with a variety of exciting interfaces.
- Add playful sounds and take your play to the next level.
- Use LEGO Powered Up hardware components in your customized models to bring them to life!
- Code movements and sounds for your models to create real-life behaviors.
- Simple, easy-to-understand programming language based on drag’n’drop coding.

LEGO and the LEGO logo are trademarks of the LEGO Group. ©2019 The LEGO Group

What’s New

Version 4.0.3

Bug fixes

Changed the look of the Custom Controller and Coding Canvas in Create Mode to a more modern, simple look
Minor bug fixing 

Added LEGO Boost Star Wars Gonk and Mouse activities
Added a shared sub-lobby for all Star Wars activities, including the existing R2D2 controller
We wiped out a range of bugs to make your LEGO play smoother

Added LEGO Boost Star Wars R2D2 activity

Ratings and Reviews

3.6 out of 5
454 Ratings

454 Ratings

KFH_84 ,

Very Interesting! (Could be a bit better)

I recently purchased the Grand Piano set, and it pretty much worked the way I expected (I didn’t go in thinking each note could play separately).

However, I feel it could be made better with the addition of custom / recorded sound effects inside of the Powered Up app’s “create” section. Or even the ability to add in a specific sound effect of piano notes for the 25 keys. As it stands, I’ve been able to make it trigger silly sound effects like robot noises or dog barks and cat meows, which obviously make no sense for a grand piano. :)

This would allow people to program the piano to play a set of notes of a custom song as the keys are triggered (similar to how it currently works with its play function), or even play a set bit of recorded audio - much like the previous boost app was able to do.

Other than that, the piano / app work very well, and are very enjoyable as a set piece with simple controls!

Quantum asparagus ,

Instructions needed on how to use properly

I’m only speaking for the haunted house as of now. After completing the house I added the powered up feature and fought with it for hours trying to get it to work properly. I went on line and many others had the same issues, most just gave up. After fiddling with the app I found there is a specific way to operate it. The chain wasn’t ‘resetting’ so the car wouldn’t go up completely most time or even fall at all. This is when I found the red square button right top to reset things. Now my ride works absolutely flawlessly like it should. Seems a couple paragraphs of detailed instructions need to be added instead of all the frustrations of not providing any at all. This of course may not be the case with other sets, but the haunted house needs instruction on the app. It works so well now I still must give it 5 stars though. Side note on the house itself. I applied a very small amount of garage door lubricant with a Q-tip to the gears and it made it work smoothly and efficiently every time. Use only this type and not a product like WD-40 which will attract dust and gum things up.

Developer Response ,

Thanks for your suggestion. We're glad that you were able to get your haunted house working! Your feedback always helps us get better and better, so we really appreciate it, if you ever have any issue please reach out to - Elizabeth, LEGO® Customer Service

YTheNord ,

Very Very Disappointed

I have spent over $1000 on Lego technic sets and 1000s of hours building, finally though after much play, adjusting, and learning with the machines I bought, they started to break down. I heard I could customize it program what I wanted,(from a YT channel with over 200k subscribers) very excited at this proclamation, I got started and dismantled my Leibherr R 9800, I already spent hours make a simple truck using on motor to steer and one to drive, instead of programming I just used the same template for the “Off road buggy” worked fine, but I then decided to make a more powerful machine with to XL motor inputs for much more power only problem is that when you have gears opposite of each other they spin counter of one another, thinking I could just change that in the programming I was dismayed to realize there is no ‘math’ section in the coding whether it’s my phone, my model of motors, or software I cannot for the life of me do something that should be simple. Respectively it’s not Legos fault, it may be but more than not it’s something on my end, I can still build and use these motors, it’s just within a certain guideline. -YThenord

Developer Response ,

We're sorry to hear this was your experience but appreciate your feedback! If you contact our experts at, we’d be happy to investigate this further and help you access the Math blocks. 🔍- Sonia, LEGO® Customer Service

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