Play TRIVIA with friends in this FREE game from Sporcle. DOWNLOAD the app and choose from dozens of topics OR create your own quiz to play trivia with anyone.
From Sporcle, the world's largest trivia company, comes Sporcle Party. Challenge friends to topics from movies, geography, sports, science, literature, history and so much more. OR make your own pack. Perfect for office parties, classroom fun, baby showers and playing with friends - in person or virtually.
Get the Party going in this FREE trivia game from the greatest trivia company on the planet.
• Free, fun and addictive trivia game experience
• Play with your friends and family
• Compete against people from around the world
• Wager points from 1-10 based on how confident you are in your answer
• Create your own packs and share them with anyone
• Thousands of questions and answers across all sorts of topics
You can find hours of trivia entertainment right on your phone, so grab some friends and get started!
JOIN THE PARTY:
• Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/sporcleparty @sporcleparty
• Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/sporcle
• Twitter: https://twitter.com/sporcle @sporcletv
• YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/sporcle
• Twitch: https://www.twitch.tv/sporcle
• And on Sporcle: https://www.sporcle.com/groups/party-chat
Hey Party folks,
Quick update this time around. We had to kick a couple bugs out of the Party. In Host only mode, you might have gotten stuck on a spinning button - well no more!
Download the update and enjoy a pest-free Party today.
Ratings and Reviews
This is such a fun way to play trivia at home. I’ve even managed to turn some of my friends who don’t play regularly at the bars to the dark side! The gameplay is super smooth, giving the hosts the option to mark answers correct or incorrect (for example if it is spelled wrong and not counted as correct). Plus, the fact that it is write-in instead of multiple choice generates some truly hysterical content! Finally, if you’re noticing a lot of repeat questions, give them time!! There are new questions (and categories) being added daily so just be patient/switch up your group. Overall, a fantastic app and way to stay connected to friends around the world.
Hosted a Remote Trivia Party
This is a great way to feel connected to friends and family remotely! The only thing I highly recommend is running a group video chat alongside the game. It can be weird without it since there’s no way to chat in-app.
As the host of a game you can control the flow, choosing when to go on to the next question. You can also double check to see what answers are being marked correct or incorrect (for those worried about spelling).
The point wagering is the same as a Sporcle Live pub trivia game, and it continues to be the secret sauce that makes Sporcle better than other trivia games.
Very exciting game for everyone!
Playing with my family on thanksgiving and it/‘s gets/getting VEEERRRY competitive. The questions pick your brain with ones that are easy to guess at up to some you’ve never thought you’d need to know. Overall not only is this thrilling, but educational if it ever comes up in conversation. A must-play!
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- 69.2 MB
- Requires iOS 10.0 or later.
- Requires iPadOS 10.0 or later.
- iPod touch
- Requires iOS 10.0 or later.
- Age Rating
- 9+ Infrequent/Mild Cartoon or Fantasy ViolenceInfrequent/Mild Profanity or Crude HumorInfrequent/Mild Mature/Suggestive Themes
- Copyright © 2007-2020 Sporcle, Inc.
- In-App Purchases
- Food and Drink$0.99
- More Odds and Ends$1.99
- The Office$0.99
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.
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If you rule the local pub on trivia night, or just dream of the day you will, Sporcle is the perfect app for you. This popular quiz game for Android has got all the bells and whistles. More importantly, it's got great quizzes!
- A Quiz for Every Occasion
"Oh sure," you're thinking. "Another app with 10 or 15 lame quizzes." Au contraire! Sporcle for Android has thousands of inventive and challenging trivia games. Running the gamut from Entertainment to Religion, from Sports to Literature, there's a quiz here for anyone and everyone. You can browse through 15 different categories or simply select a random quiz and start playing.
Here's just a small sampling of the types of trivia tests you'll find on Sporcle: "50 Largest U.S. Cities." "Name that Sitcom." "Ancient Wonders." "Baby Names from Shakespeare." (?) "Guess Your NBA Team." "SNL Cast Blitz." "Famous Biologists." (??) And on and on.
These aren't your grandpa's multiple-choice quizzes, either--each one has a written answer that you must provide. As soon as you type the right answer, BING, it pops into the right spot. When you type in a wrong answer however, the app just sits and stares at you, quietly judging you. Play for time or play for fun, the decision is yours.
- How Do You Measure Up?
Sporcle scores your performance on every quiz and stores the information right in the app, so you can track which ones you've taken and how you did. You can also get more in-depth statistics on each game, seeing how your performance stacks up against others who have taken that quiz. And don't worry; each quiz reveals the correct answers once you've completed it, so you don't have to wonder. You can also take the same quiz again if you like.
- It Gets Better
One of the best things about Sporcle is the "connectivity" it provides. You can see comments from other players about each quiz and compare your score against theirs right on your phone--but that's just the beginning. You can then go online, create an account on Sporcle.com, and have even more fun. On the site you can comment on quizzes you've taken, rate them, view all kinds of statistics, invite and connect with your friends, post your results to Facebook and Twitter, and more. You can even create your own quiz.
Even if you just stick to the app, there's more than enough to keep you busy and entertained for a long while. It features thousands of quizzes pre-loaded in every category--and you don't have to have network access to play them. Just download the Android app and start exercising your brain. With Sporcle, there's always a new challenge waiting for you.
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Trivia quiz website
A typical Sporcle quiz layout, for the quiz 'US Presidents.'
Type of site
|Quizzes, Trivia, Pub quiz|
|Created by||Matt Ramme|
|Launched||January 30, 2007; 14 years ago (2007-01-30)|
Sporcle is a triviawebsite which allows users to take quizzes on a range of subjects using the web or a mobile device. Sporcle began operations as an online trivia website, launching on January 30, 2007, and expanding into the pub quiz business in 2013.
The Sporcle website was started in response to website founder Matt Ramme's desire to learn trivia and his accompanying frustration that there was no existing website suitable for his needs. Users can play and make quizzes on this trivia quiz website, which hosts over one million user-made quizzes that have been played over 4 billion times. According to Ramme, the name of the company is inspired by the words sports and oracle.
The company's headquarters are located in Seattle and the Detroit metro area.
Some games on Sporcle require the user to name all of the items within a given subject—such as presidents of the US, Best Picture Oscar-winning movies, or countries whose names are also legal words in Scrabble. Quizzes may also be clickable, have pictures and slideshows, be in crossword format, or involve a map.
Players can play quizzes alone, with or without a timer, challenge other users with their scores, or compete against other users in live showdowns. Quizzes come in eight game types: Classic, Clickable, Grid, Map, Multiple Choice, Picture Box, Picture Click, and Slideshow, each of which can be played in a variety of ways, including Minefield, Forced Order, or entering the answers in any order. The type and method by which users will complete the quiz is chosen by the quiz creators.
The games on Sporcle fall into 15 categories: Entertainment, Gaming, Geography, History, Holiday, Just for Fun, Language, Literature, Miscellaneous, Movies, Music, Religion, Science, Sports, and Television. Each category has a number of sub-categories as well. Geography and Sports are the most played of the categories.
As of April 2021[update], the site has over 1,000,000 quizzes (both published and user created) that have been played a total of around 4 billion times. The site reached 500 million plays on April 23, 2011, 1 billion on April 12, 2013, 2 billion on October 15, 2016, 3 billion on April 2, 2019, and 4 billion on April 29, 2021.
To date, the most popular quiz on Sporcle is "Find the US States - No Outlines Minefield", created by user mhershfield, which has been played over 39 million times.
Despite Ramme's expectation that Sporcle would appeal to older users, students also use the website. From October 2010 to 2017, Sporcle featured a 'College Rankings' competition on the site's home page, which tracked students registered on the site from a variety of universities, and ranked the top 100 schools according to their weekly usage of Sporcle. Sporcle quizzes are embedded on Mental Floss, ESPN, various SB Nation blogs, and hundreds of other sites, and are played by thousands of different users.
Registering on the website is optional and free, but only members can create quizzes, have their playing stats tracked, earn accomplishment badges, and comment on and rate quizzes.
On October 13, 2016, Sporcle announced an optional "Sporcle Orange" subscription, where users can pay a monthly fee for additional functionality and the removal of advertising. Sporcle's Vice President, Derek Pharr, said in a forum comment that "all the features currently offered will remain free."
Released in August 2012, Sporcle added badges that require users to fulfill certain goals, such as requiring users to complete tasks on specific dates and play specific quizzes to fulfill the requirement. Sporcle continues to add three new badges every Tuesday, with examples ranging from 'Time Bandit' to 'Shiver Me Timbers!'.
To date, Sporcle offers over 1,200 badges, which have been collected over 30 million times.
Sporcle has three different types of multiplayer activity: Showdowns,  Live 5,  and Trivia Bingo.  In showdowns, you go head to head with another Sporcle user to answer as many questions on a quiz before the other user can answer the same questions. On Live 5, you are given 5 questions and you have 4 options to choose from on each question. In Trivia Bingo, you try to get Bingo by clicking on the square on the board with the answer to a given question, while competing against other users.
All users are able to create up to 50 public and 250 private quizzes per month. Public quizzes can be seen and played by any user. Many are reviewed by Sporcle staff members, and have the possibility, if deemed worthy, of being featured on the front page.
Quiz Publication System
Every day, at least 13 new quizzes get featured on Sporcle's front page. This includes 9+ quizzes from various categories and types, in addition to 4 'Daily Dose' quizzes at the bottom of the day's section, which are always Word Ladder, Missing Word, Quick Pick, and Get The Picture. These quizzes follow a similar format to all other quizzes in their category, and often involve wordplay. All published quizzes are subtitled with a custom blurb (often a pun of some sort) on the front page. All publishes are handpicked by Sporcle's admin team.
Sporcle also has Editors and Curators. These users have the ability to 'pick' user-created quizzes they deem worthy of being on their respective category and subcategory pages.
Sporcle hosts live pub trivia nights in 33 different US States.
In 2009, Mark Adams, now Sporcle's Vice President of Business Development & Entertainment, founded Motor City Trivia. The business expanded to the Toledo, OH area as Glass City Trivia. Both eventually merged into Great Lakes Trivia in 2011.
In 2012, Great Lakes Trivia agreed to become a part of the Sporcle family, with the first shows as Sporcle Live taking place on January 2, 2013.
In January 2020, Sporcle acquired Stump! Trivia and its related assets from NTN Buzztime.
Beginning in March 2020, as COVID-19 mandated the shutdown of bars and restaurants nationwide, Sporcle Live began to host online trivia in various formats. The company hosts hundreds of virtual trivia nights on Zoom every week, with participants paying $5 per device they use to join the game. The company also hosts Sporcle Live! On Air, which streams live on YouTube a few times every week and is free to join.
In addition to weekly general knowledge trivia, Sporcle Live hosts themed trivia nights for players interested in specific topics as well as in partnership with events like Motor City Comic Con.
Sporcle Live also hosts private events and puts on an annual trivia convention known as TriviaCon. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, TriviaCon was initially postponed, and on April 23, 2020, cancelled.
Haymaker Public House
Sporcle opened a sports bar in Ann Arbor, Michigan, called Haymaker Public House.
In 2010, Sporcle released an iPhone and Android application with 250 games, though it has since been expanded to include any compatible quiz. Sporcle also has an Alexa app.
Sporcle Live has an iPhone and Android application to help live trivia players find nearby trivia nights, RSVP to events, and access visual rounds.
In April 2020, Sporcle introduced an iPhone and Android application called 'Sporcle Party' for group trivia play. The app features various categories of trivia, with the categories of Odds and Ends, Movie Maniac, Fun for All, Sporty Sports, and Geography Buff available to all users. A variety of other categories can be purchased through the app.
In December 2020, Sporcle launched the iPhone and Android application 'Word Ladder'.
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The bell rang and. A line of students began streaming out of the classrooms. Out of the corner of his eye, he caught sight of Pauline walking out of the classroom and straightened up.