The official UNIQLO apps puts UNIQLO right in the palm of your hand. Scan in-store for coupons and e-receipts!
Get a $5 coupon* for your next purchase every time you scan your barcode at check out.
*Valid on purchases $50 and above
Never type in your e-mail again! Get e-receipts straight in your inbox.
News about the latest in-store events, new arrivals and more!
Easily reorder your favorite items with your purchase history
Minor bugfixes and improvements.
* You can search for a route to stores at Store Locator.
* Fixed some wordings.
Ratings and Reviews
People tend to leave review for bad comment and they are right
Jesus cris. Uniqlo, I’m a loyal consumer to your brands and can pulled at least 35 pieces of uniqlo clothing from my closet, but this app is legitimately the worst and cheap-work app I’ve ever used from such a recognizable brand. It’s simply a web wrapper and loads so slow under a stable connection. So I don’t even expect the app would keep me logged in everytime I open it (bc it’s simply a wrapper of its sub par website). I was told that app users would receive exclusive discount earlier than everyone, but fact was that the discount notification comes half day behind their email. I heard your online e-commerce sales made it to the first place in China e-commerce festival for several years in a row. I’m sure you can hire some engineers from that team to help you revamp this app, which is lack of sincerity and slowly killing my liking and loyalty to your brand. So disappointed that I had to write this review.
Terrible app that needs lots of improvements
The promo going on in-store says you get $3 when you download app, it didnt happen. You have search each item by name not barcode scan like other stores. And on top of that you must re-sign in each time and connect and connect to online profile taking up alot of time, not smooth at all. The worst part is the uniqlo stores not having service so if you get signed out of your app you’ll need to put your items somewhere go outside to sign in or just forgo the coupons/scanning barcodes. This app is so crappy it’s basically useless and just a scam to make people download. Dont cause the hassle is so not worth it. Fire your designer get a new one or make your designer take more classes and make something useful.
Please make a proper native app
I really enjoy Uniqlo clothing, but this app is literally a web wrapper, which would be bearable if the mobile website worked reliably. Often pages will be very slow, or fail to load even on a stable internet connection, forcing me to use the desktop website (which has its own problems, but at least loads). This often makes me seek alternative brands while on-the-go and seeking a particular piece of clothing, because they have a functioning app, or at least a usable mobile website.
With the popularity of Uniqlo, I'm sure there's more than enough software engineering talent around who would love to be hired to make the app properly native—make it happen!
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.