The official iPhone app of Supreme.
View and shop directly from Supreme on your iPhone, iPod Touch or iPad.
Receive push notifications every time our shop is updated with new items.
- compatible with iPhone X
- bug fixes and improvements
Ratings and ReviewsSee All
Unstable at times, but a solid tool for copping hype.
The app is great because it allows quick checkout, quicker than the desktop site even. It saves your checkout info so that you do not need to waste any time typing it in for the more hyped releases. There is the issue of the back button, but you can always click on the Supreme logo on the top left corner to go back to the home page. It does frequently "go white" as other users have reported, but not as often as they make it out, and restarting the app by closing it down manually and reopening it fixes that problem instantly. Overall, it gets a 4/5 because of the two minor issues, but it would easily get a 5 if they fixed it. It's not a difficult app or website to navigate. Supreme continues to be one of, if not my favorite brand of all time, regardless of the instability of their application.
The app works great I've copped the CDG Bogo and Checkered Vans but there's one problem that prevented me from getting the Air Force 1 CDG: the size selection scroller glitches sometimes, whenever I try to select a size the scroller goes back to the top and disappears, it doesn't let me pick a size; also happens when you try to enter your cards Expiration Date. This has only happened a few times but happens often enough where I have to figure out when's the right time to go for something
Crashes due to bots!
So at 11 AM EST on Thursday, there's a new drop. You log into the supreme app, you add something to the cart, but by the time you go to checkout, you can't. Because it's unstable as hell and crashes nearly every time. I've never once got an item I've wanted from the Supreme app. All decent items sellout in about 15 seconds to a minute. Such a shame that Supreme doesn't add more inventory or at least prevent bots from purchasing. You're only allowed one color/size per item yet I see people use bots and they get 20-30 pieces per item. One time I saw someone use bots and he bought over 30 box logo T-shirts in one purchase... I couldn't believe it. They sold for $58 on the Supreme app and resold five minutes later on eBay for over $300. Such a pain and Supreme is almost not worth it anymore. RIP my respect for Supreme.
The developer, Supreme New York, has not provided details about its privacy practices and handling of data to Apple.
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With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.