Here’s a list of 5 trivia apps for Android which you can use to have fun answering obscure questions about everyday things. With the trivia apps covered down below, you can test you knowledge of movies, sports, TV shows, geography, music, history, anything and everything can basically come up in the form of a trivia question. You can compete against the computer (AI), random strangers online or even your own friends (by connecting apps with Facebook).
Let’s see what kind of trivia apps are there in the Play Store.
Trivia Crack is one of the most popular trivia apps for Android. It comes with a large selection of questions and what’s even more interesting, the game gives country specific questions, for major countries at least.
Each question has 4 answers and your goal is to of course select the correct one. Account needs to be registered to play the quizzes. Facebook login is available or you can register an account with email. Categories of questions include sports, history, art, geography, entertainment and science. Trivia Crack is one of those apps with country specific questions. It’s possible to play against the AI, strangers online, or friends online (that’s what Facebook login is for).
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QuizUp also lets you play online, against people from around the world. It’s also a bit less simplistic trivia app when compared to Trivia Crack, but it still comes with several hundred thousand questions which are spread out across 550 categories.
Account is needed to use the app. You choose the topic in which you’d like to compete. When you play online, you’ll be randomly matched against players from around the world. Leaderboards and community discussions are available.
Also, have a look at Free Online Quiz and Trivia App : Tunes IQ.
Quizoid (Trivia Quiz)
Quizoid is going to be an interesting trivia app for everyone who isn’t interested in online gameplay and account registrations.
It can be played offline, with an option for sharing your results online so you can see how well you rank when compared to other players from around the world. There’s over 5000 questions in dozens of categories. Goal is of course to accurately answer as many questions as you can.
Trivia Burst lets you play both offline and online, against other players. Sign-in with your Google account is required no matter which game mode you’re interested in playing.
This app is nice mix between the offline and online trivia apps that I covered up until now. There’s over 70,000 questions spread out in 30 categories. Play against people from around the world or compete against friends to see who’s best at trivia knowledge.
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Also, have a look at 5 Free Websites to Play Online U.S. History Quiz.
I’ll finish this list of trivia apps on a simple note with Trivial Mobile. It’s another offline trivia app, where you don’t need to create accounts.
Start of by picking the category of questions and then simply answer as many questions as you can.
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Trivia apps aren’t just fun to play, they are also a great way how to learn new info, new conversation starters, etc. I really like Quizoid because there’s no need for account setup, but you can still share your results online if you want to. Try them out and let me know what you think in the comments down below.