Smart Apps For Android: Nerdology — trivia for your inner geek (good Free Android apps)

Friday, June 06, 2014

Nerdology — trivia for your inner geek (good Free Android apps)

It’s quiz time, y’all. Today I discovered Nerdology. It’s kind of a geeky trivia game for older kids or grownups. Each question is multiple choice, and the questions range from super easy to insanely hard. I haven’t gotten to the insane questions yet — so far I’m just “difficult.” Which could describe me in more ways than one.

Nerdology is free, and I’ve only run across some inconspicuous banner ads. The questions range from math to chemistry to Big Bang Theory quotes. Go ahead and download Nerdology and geek out a little — we won’t tell anyone.

Small banner ads that are unobtrusive, no in-app purchases, social media links

If you’d like to download Nerdology, please use the handy link provided so they’ll know who sent you.


Get it on Google Play

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From Amazon:
Product Features
Nerdology Features:
1) A variety of game levels allow you to play from easy to insane
2) Question help is always available and you can even share questions with friends
3) Post and track your score on the global leaderboard and see how well you rank against others
4) Submit your own questions and earn game coins

Product Description
Are you a nerd, someone who lives math and science but you occasionally watch other things that relate to science such as The Big Bang Theory or Mythbusters? Nerdology, is a game that tests your knowledge of mathematics, all areas of science and throws in the odd Mythbusters or The Big Bang Theory question to keep the game light. Play this fun science quiz game for nerds or anyone else who loves nerdy things....

Some example Nerdology questions are:
1) In what year did Carl Woese discovers bacteria are not the only simple-celled prokaryotes (unicellular organisms without a nucleus) on Earth?
2) The unexpected discovery that some materials have no resistance to the flow of electricity promises to revolutionize industry and technology. What term is used to describe these materials?
3) Big Bang Theory quote, who said this: 'No, no let's assume that they can. Lois Lane is falling, accelerating at an initial rate of 32ft per second, per second. Superman swoops down to save her by reaching out two arms of steel. Ms. Lane, who is now traveling at approximately 120 miles per hour, hits them, and is immediately sliced into three. equal pieces.'?
4) Mythbusters, the Discovery channel program about busting myths. Proved the myth 'elephants are afraid of mice' as what?


Kelli has always considered herself to be more of a nerd than a geek.

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