Manage Your Lego Collection in Windows 8, 10 with Brick App
There are many LEGO fans out there, both young and adult ones, that are looking for reliable LEGO apps to be used on their Windows 8 devices. Alas, there aren’t too many such apps, but Brick is one of them. We go through its details below.
In Windows 8, there isn’t an official LEGO app, if I can say so, but there are some that have great options that can serve as replacements. One such app is Brick Collection for Windows 8, Windows 8.1 and Windows RT. Recently, we also shared with you the fact that LEGO Mindstorms EV3 Robots can be controlled from Windows 8.1, if you were wondering.
The only app you will need to perfectly manage your Lego collection! Brick Collection enables you to easily add Lego sets, parts, minifigs, accessories, books and catalog to your collection and keep it organized. All your data are automatically synced across all your devices including Windows PCs, tablets and phones. Ready to start building?
All your LEGO parts in a single place
The Brick app is free, but there are advertisements inside, so you can purchase the full version to get rid of them. By using the app, you can search for any LEGO set, part, minifig, accessory, book, or catalog and add it easily to your collection. There’s also the option of managing the number of missing items and also download instructions on building. Also, there are many customization options, such as background image, opacity, text color, accent color, and more.
The Brick app comes with a complete database of all Lego products and the data is synchronized across all your devices. You can download LEGO building instructions to set and there’s also the option of you sharing your LEGO statistics on social networks. A cool feature that LEGO aficionados will appreciate is the ability to track missing LEGO items. We know how easily they can get lost…Download Brick Collection following the link from below.
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