Here’s a list of 5 random number generator apps for Android. Random number generator can come in handy in a number of different situations. A few days ago I used a random number generator app instead of a dice when playing board games. Another example where random number generator can be useful is when playing the lottery, which is all the rage in the United States right now, seeing how the jackpot is around 1 billion dollars. Let’s see what’s available in the Play Store exactly.
Random Number Generator by Muse Guy
Random Number Generator by Muse Guy is an app that has 2 work modes, first is the random number generator mode, obviously, and then there’s also the lottery number generator.
Two tabs at the top are there for switching between the random number generator and the lottery number generator. App lets you configure the range from which random numbers are going to be selected, choose how many numbers are to be generated and whether or not duplicates are allowed. After all that is setup, tap on the “Generate” button to get your random numbers.
Random Number Generator by Sudarshan
Random Number Generator by Sudarshan is a much more simpler random number generator app for Android than the one offered by Muse Guy.
The only setting that you can tweak is the range within which the app will pick a random number. Notice I said number, singular, because one number is generated. Multiple numbers cannot be generated at once.
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Random Number by Saranomy
Random Number by Saranomy has an impressive set of functionalities. On top of letting you choose the range (min and max), multiple random numbers at once and the option to either include or exclude repeating numbers, this app also brings decimal points into the mix.
If your random number needs to have decimal points, just move slider for the “Decimal Places” option on the desired number of decimal points. I also really like the “Copy to clipboard” button there at the bottom, because it makes it possible to quickly copy generated numbers to be pasted wherever it is necessary.
Random Numbers Generator by Skytrait
Random Numbers Generator by Skytrait has a very interesting approach to generating random numbers, out of all the random number generator apps that I covered.
Left sidebar is for configuring the usual, range and whether or not you want duplicates. After that tap on the “Generate” button and a single button is going to be generated, but also added to the “Generated” list down below. This list can then be easily shared (email, social networks, etc). Additionally you can setup an ignore list, to ignore certain numbers.
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Random Number Generator by Tywholland
Random Number Generator by Tywholland is another small, lightweight and easy to use random number generator, which generates a single number and nothing more.
After setting the range, tap on the blue “Generate” button to generate a random number. No additional settings or features are available. Simple and to the point.
Random Number by Saranomy I like because it comes with a lot of options for tweaking what the random numbers are going to be. Random Number Generator by Muse Guy come in close behind in second place. Let me know what you think by leaving a comment down below.