Trivia Quiz Apps
In the early days of Loquax we used to feature Uproar Trivia quizzes. These weekly games offered prize draw entries to players who answered the questions correctly. Fast forward to today and trivia quiz apps are big business. HQ Trivia for example has been valued at $100million!
The great thing about these quiz apps is that they offer you the chance to win prizes. Some are aimed at UK residents whilst others are open worldwide. To take part you'll need to download the app to your mobile, register an account (it'll be free) and then play the quizzes.
The quizzes tend to be quick - e.g. answer 10 questions in 10 seconds! This means you'll not be able to cheat and Google your answers. Established quizzes will attract more players so consider the less well known apps. And keep an eye out for new additions to the market - get in early for the best chances to win!
Featured Trivia Apps
Win: £1000.00 (Free Entry)
HQ Trivia is one of the biggest trivia games online. Starting in The US, they launched UK focused quizzes early in 2018. Play live trivia quizzes for the chance to win cash prizes. [More Details]
Win: £50.00 (Free Entry)
Test your general knowledge every week with Kuizu. They are offering eight prizes in a prize draw. Just answer 80% of the questions correctly to qualify for the next draw. [More Details]
Win: £500.00 (Free Entry)
Q Live is the daily trivia game where you can win real money. It comes from The Sun and offers two chances to win on weekdays (1pm and 8pm) and once at the weekend (8pm). Prizes can be as high as £10,000! [More Details]
Win: £1.00 (Free Entry)
Fleetwit is open worldwide but they've recently targeted The UK by roping in Rachel Riley. You're invited to play trivia quizzes to win cash prizes. There are free games but most require payment to play. [More Details]
Should You Enter?
If you like quiz shows and trivia then these apps are worth a look. They're free to play and you could win a cash prize. However, remember there are many people playing so unless you're an Egghead your chances of winning are low. Keep an eye on the social media pages too - this will help you gauge how the app is performing and whether there are any issues with cheating.
Be wary though! Not every triva quiz app that launches or will launch will go on to be successful. Cash Show UK launched in February but closed down in September. During that time it reduced it's prizes and number of shows. We expect that more apps may well launch but like the free lotteries not everyone is going to be successful.
Please note we are not paid to list these competitions and information is provided for reference only.