Description

It’s a good time to be a doer.

DIY IN THE PALM OF YOUR HAND
Save time with The Home Depot app. Shop over one million products and find the info you need most.

SNAP A PICTURE, FIND WHAT YOU NEED
Don’t know what something’s called? Just snap a picture and let our Image Search feature tell you.

A GPS FOR YOUR SHOPPING LIST
Use the Product Locator to find what you’re looking for and check store inventory. We'll take you to the exact aisle and bay.

MAKE INFORMED BUYING DECISIONS
Get Ratings & Reviews in a matter of seconds. Use the barcode reader to scan an item and read what other customers have to say.

DO MORE WITH AN ACCOUNT
Signing up is quick and free. Get access to real-time order tracking info, view purchase history, enable instant checkout and more.

SHOP SPECIAL BUYS & VIEW LOCAL AD
Look for a new Special Buy on the app home screen each day. Plus, check out your local ad for all the latest from your Home Depot.

TAKE PRODUCTS ON A TEST DRIVE
With Augmented Reality, your imagination has an assistant – see products in your home before you buy.

Privacy Policy - https://www.homedepot.com/c/Privacy_Security

Do Not Sell My Personal Information -https://www.homedepot.com/c/exercise_my_privacy_rights

We want to hear from you – email us at apphelp@homedepot.com and let us know how we are doing.

What’s New

Version 6.6

Curbside Pickup: Select Curbside Pickup and check in at the store, all from the app! We'll guide you step-by-step and bring your order right out to your car. This feature is rolling out this month - keep a lookout for availability at your store.
Credit Card Management: Another reason to sign in to our app! We've made it easier to view your Home Depot Credit Card account snapshot and pay your bills from within the app. Just head to the Home Depot Credit Card section under Payment Methods and follow the instructions to link your credit card to your account!

Ratings and Reviews

4.7 out of 5
569.1K Ratings

569.1K Ratings

dmanFC18 ,

So close to being a 5 star app

I installed this app on a whim, not expecting much. Turns out it’s quite a great app, though not without flaws. The store inventory is awesome, as is the UPC scanning feature, and the ability to see your receipts when you link your credit cards. The image recognition seems like it could be useful, though in truth I haven’t found a good case for it. Even the real time SMS chat initiated from the app is awesome. I actually managed to chat with a real, live human being (or a really excellent AI bot).
Now the warts: the shopping list experience is totally nonsensical. You can add items to an on-device list without creating an account or logging in, but you can’t manage the list in any way- not even delete items off the list. Imagine how frustrating it is to have a shopping list when you’re wandering the aisles, but have to mentally cross items off of as you pick them up off the shelves. Secondly, if you log in, you can create lists that persist across devices, but inexplicably, you have to use the desktop website to delete the items on it. Huh?!? Why??
Next problem: as you scroll to read product reviews, the view refreshes and forces you back to the top. Infuriating.
HD, please push out an update to fix these issues. You’re so close to having a truly great app.

rider on the storm 50 ,

App couldn’t handle my needs

I downloaded your app yesterday, hoping it would help me find and ship some items to store 742 in Chattanooga for pick up. The items are Vigoro plant props, 18“ and 36“. First of all, neither the app nor your website could find “Vigoro plant props“. So I was forced to call your toll-free number (I know this store sells these items because I’ve bought them there, but they weren’t in stock on Sunday) and after waiting on hold for 10 minutes the helpful rep gave me the “Internet number“ for the items. Now how was I supposed to know the Internet number? Your app and your website get a failing grade for not being able to find the item from the description of the actual product. So now I’ve already wasted 30 minutes of my precious time. I spent the next 30 minutes trying to get the app to let me order the items and ship them to store for pick up (after all, that’s one of the main features that Home Depot promotes as an app benefit), but the app simply refused to give me that option. I finally rang the store to talk to the manager to get some answers about the app’s failure to let me ship to store. He couldn’t help. But he did give me an eensy teensy bit of an idea of when the plant props might be shipped to his store. So Home Depot hasn’t helped me at all today, although it’s wasted 1 1/2 hours of my time. And now I’m required to ring the store every day to see whether the items are back in stock. Thanks, Home Depot.

Sent from my iPhone

osteele ,

January update removes iPad landscape mode

On the phone, this is a convenient way to browse and search products, and is generally snappier and more pleasant than the web site. Locate in store, and map my list, are very helpful.

Wishlist features:
- Easier access to main shopping list. Currently it’s three taps from launch. One of these taps goes through a Recent Lists list of lists. This optimizes for multiple shopping lists, at the expense of the common case of just one. I’d like an icon at the bottom or at least at the top level of the Account view, for this common operation.
- Quicker way to add an item to the main shopping list. Currently it’s three taps from the search results list or two taps from the product view, plus another tip to dismiss the “View List | Continue Shopping” dialog that pops up after you add an item (which was probably added as a workaround for the fact that it’s so difficult to get to the list—see above). I wish swiping on an item in the search results gave this option, and that there were a single icon on the product page that could be tapped for this functionality.
- Sync iPhone shopping list to iPad.
- Sync iPhone shopping list to web browser shopping list. (This is less important if iPad version becomes more useful again—see below).
- Display the locations of bays in the Aisle 99 section at the front of the store. This “aisle” is actually multiple aisles; it would be helpful to know which one to look it.

Developer Response ,

I’m happy to inform you that after a brief hiatus, landscape mode is back! Update to the latest version of the Home Depot iPad app to start using it today. We truly appreciate your feedback. It’s input from customers like you that makes us better and better.

Information

Seller
The Home Depot, Inc.
Size
265.8 MB
Category
Shopping
Compatibility

Requires iOS 11.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.

Languages

English

Age Rating
4+
Copyright
Price
Free

Supports

  • Family Sharing

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

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