Building instructions apps are a fantastic way to guide your children as they work on their LEGO construction sets. These apps are available for iOS and Android devices and will provide kids with the necessary instructions to build a range of LEGO products from new sets to older models.
More than just a tool to assist in the construction of your LEGO sets, these apps can also help you to keep track of your collection. These apps allow you to search, access and save your sets to a free LEGO account.
myBricks – LEGO Catalogue & Prices Offline
MyBricks is a great app for people who want to find out what new and retired sets are available and how much they cost. It has an easy to use interface that allows you to browse the entire LEGO database offline, including all the set details, images and retail price information – making it a perfect resource for any aspiring LEGO enthusiast.
LEGO(r) Builder – Digital PDF & 3D Building Instructions for all your LEGO bricks
This is an official LEGO app which helps you to find and download LEGO digital PDF & 3D building instructions for your Lego construction sets. Get started by scanning your QR code on the front cover of your model’s instruction manual or searching for your set in the app!
Featuring an awesome 3D modeling experience that provides assistance when you’re building selected LEGO sets (look for the 3D builder icon) and also allows you to view the instruction manual on screen, the LEGO(r) Builder app offers a range of features for both adults and children.
More than just a tool for building, the LEGO(r) Builder app is also an all-new game building experience that inspires builders to unleash their creativity. The app includes a cool, interactive feature for selected sets with assisted 3D modeling, zoom, and pan modes to help you build your LEGO projects.
Rediscover Creative Construction Sets with Step-by-Step Digital LEGO Instructions to Build Family Adventures
The LEGO(r) Builder app is the perfect companion for any LEGO fan, with tons of step-by-step digital manuals from 2006 to today (with more on the way!) allowing you to rediscover your favourite construction sets and have fun together as you build.
The app is free to download, but some of the more advanced features require a LEGO ID. This is a great option for parents who may be interested in using the app with their children and it will be particularly useful for families that share a tablet as you can save your LEGO sets to a single LEGO account for easy access across all of your devices.