Fab - #1 Shopping App for Accents & Decor

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  • Last update: 2 years ago
  • Version: 10.4
  • Size: 66.1 MB
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 8.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
  • Author: Fab.com, Inc.
  • Content rating: Rated 12+ for the following:
  • Languages: English
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Fab - #1 Shopping App for Accents & Decor Review


The Fab shopping app provides 24/7 access to a curated selection of vibrant and unexpected men's, women's, home, art and tech accessories from the world's most exciting designers. Over 1 million people shop on Fab to discover the most unique accessories and decor to express their individuality. Shop accents for your brilliant, modern life on Fab today.

- Browse products by designer, category, color, price, and more
- Discover 500+ emerging designers, artists and brands
- Find design inspiration ideas
- Save with great deals
- Free Shipping over $75, free returns always
- Easy checkout with credit or debit cards, Apple Pay, Paypal, etc.
- *NEW* Augmented reality feature lets you preview art on your own walls before making a purchase

** Featured in Vogue, Cosmopolitan, Men's Health, New York Magazine, Huffington Post & more.
** 2016 Webby Award winner for best mobile app in fashion and beauty.

If you have any problems or have comments or suggestions for improving our app, please contact us at support@fab.com. Your feedback is important to us.

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  • y
    Update 2: App remains as non-functional as it has been for 2 years. I don't even open it anymore because I don't know what's new or not sold out. The Flip sofa keeps showing up even though they've completely sold out of that line of furniture (to my chagrin). Since I don't use the app anymore, I'm deleting it. Thanks. Update: Though the company remains great as ever, the app can be a little irritating. It used to be that when it loaded up, you could see the new sales grouped into labels, brands, or some descriptor, like most other flash sale apps. Now, if you go to what's new, it shows you each and every individual item. I don't have time to scroll down through the 100+ quilts that might be new in order to find other things that will interest me. Please fix. To start, the app and selection are awesome. There's so much cool stuff to look at and it's usually priced to sell. What has basically sent me over the edge of happiness with Fab is their customer service. I ordered a pair of jeans a couple weeks ago and 2 weeks later, I was still waiting for them. I wasn't too worried about it, but while I was ordering a new item I decided to do a little research. The tracker I ended up looking at said the shipment was cancelled and gave no explanation. Annoyed, I checked my email to see if they'd tried to get in touch and there was nothing. So I emailed them and within 12 hours they responded back, telling me they miscounted the items and had emailed me about it, copy and pasting the original message in which it said they've given me a $10 credit on top of my refund. Apparently the original message got lost in cyberspace. All I could think was: Wow. Store credit for the store's blunder? How many businesses do that these days? And without me even saying anything! Fab has earned my loyalty.
  • M
    Fab reminds me of the retail store Spencers mixed with Brookstone that were prevalent in the malls, it's like a magazine or newspaper article for gifts. Might be okay for gifts for a certain group but the vast majority of stuff would be either too self attention getting to personally own (spencers) or just plain too gimmicky (brookstone/sky guide). I have disposable income and dispose of it regularly, but this is just a store of mostly junk. That's the problem, they have so much junk that browsing is tedious. It's like that store you have in college towns, stuff that definitely will get put into a box as you grow older.
  • K
    Three years ago, I wrote this for my review: Fab is better than just 5 stars - its the absolute best!! I don't know what I'd do without it!! For the past many months I've been incredibly disappointed. Fab used to be highly imaginative and creative. I could always count on finding many things that I liked for myself or for gifts for friends and family. The product inventory is now so boring and blah. Again, I'm so disappointed!

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