ThinkGeek | Join In. Geek Out.
This app is only available on the App Store for iOS devices.
With the ThinkGeek mobile app, you have the premier retailer for the global geek community in your pocket. Shop our curated collection of goods, check out what's trending in the geek world, and be entertained by like-minded people. It's basically like using our mobile site, only cranked up to 11 or over 9000, depending on your fandom. Timmy hopes you dig it.
Discover - Check out our latest promotions and timely content, including new products. This is your starting point.
Shop - Browse the product selection however you like - check out our exclusives, explore by category, and save some money by shopping what's on sale.
Favorites - Tag cool products you want to find again quickly. That high-end figurine for when you get your bonus. A t-shirt for when a friend's birthday rolls around. Something epic you don't want to forget.
My ThinkGeek - Look up orders you've placed on the app or ThinkGeek.com, change your password, request a return, and all that kinda stuff.
More - Get help, find store locations, provide us feedback on the app, and, well, more.
What's New in Version 1.5
- Behind-the-scenes platform and performance updates.
- Fixed a bug on Store Locations that was preventing users from interacting with the search auto-complete.
Easy phone shopping for the meek geek, but...
...where's the option to add things to my existing wishlists? How can I edit cart quantities without totally removing and re-adding items? Favorites list is a good idea, but how does it tie into the online site so I can view/shop from my favorites there as well? Or is the favorites in place of wishlists since wishlists weren't added to the app? Saved shopping carts where?
All in all I like the app. Yeah, I'm being picky about the wishlists, but only because I use them so much. It's super easy to navigate the app and shop, no glitches adding discount codes or items, easy to sort accurately by price or whatever without things vanishing or being out of order (I'm looking at you Disney and Target), and of course excellent selection of merch! Only wish in general is some indicator (in app and on site) when an item is clearance or low stock. Otherwise A+ for style and accuracy in use and C+ for feature crossover from the site.
Love it, but...what are the stars for?
I've been thinking this ever since I got the app but only just thought to post it: I love the merch, and the app itself is really easy to navigate, but the "favorite" or whatever the star is doesn't count for anything. It doesn't carry over into the web version, which has its own "favorite" method. Also, it logs me out all the time which gets annoying.
Good website but APP is just OK.
The star feature in the app makes little sense, you have no way of adding to your wishlist, and the constant logging back in is annoying. I love the product offerings and other than those shortcomings it is easy to navigate and quick.