Daily Random Facts

Daily Random Facts

By Monkey Taps

  • Category: Reference
  • Release Date: 2014-10-15
  • Current Version: 3.6
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 180.10 MB
  • Developer: Monkey Taps
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 10.0 or later.
Score: 5
From 18,438 Ratings


Did you know that cats can jump up to 7 times their tail length? Or that the Hawaiian alphabet has 12 letters? With Daily Random Facts you will be able to entertain yourself or others for any period of time. Expand you knowledge horizons with Daily Random Facts. This app contains hundreds of facts that you or your next door neighbor most likely didn’t know before. Daily Random Facts has one of the best archives of fun and interesting facts for you to share with friends and family. Want everyone to think you’re super smart? Amaze others with your unique knowledge of facts and stand out from the crowd. Or just try to learn something new everyday. You will have loads of fun with Daily Random Facts so try it out today for free! Explore thousands of facts and interesting content, sorted in categories like: - Human body facts - History dates - Facts about animals - Life hacks - Facts for kids - Facts about sports - Trivia questions and answers - Science facts - Riddles ... And many more! And now with Facts Premium you can: + Remove Ads + Save your Favorite Facts + Change Font and Colors + Search Facts by Word + Browse Facts curated in Categories To have access to the Facts Premium content and functionality, you can choose between a lifetime, monthly and yearly auto-renewable subscription. This is a recurring transaction that will be charged to your iTunes Account at confirmation of purchase and will automatically renew unless you cancel it at least 24 hours before the end of your subscription. Renewals will be charged the same cost within 24 hours prior to the end of the current period. You can manage your subscriptions and auto-renewal can be turned off by going to your iTunes Account Settings after purchase. Privacy Policy: http://monkeytaps.net/privacypolicy.htm Terms of use: http://monkeytaps.net/termsofservice.htm

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  • Meh

    By not amazing, but okay
    It’s okay but it won’t let me do really anything (besides reading the facts and adding them to favorites) unless I “go premium” which is really annoying
  • Seriously???

    By sonrisa arquitecto
    Don’t listen to the complainers! People spend the money on all kinds of needless stuff! But, when it comes to the Super Apps- all of a sudden, they want them for NOTHING, or less than that! A PHENOMENAL APP! Buy it once, and have the encyclopedia of fun, laughs, and helpful tips in your pocket FOR LIFE! You will also get the EXEMPLARY CUSTOMER SUPPORT from the Developer as a bonus , and complete satisfaction! To the Developer: Well done! Bravo!!
  • Fact Correction

    By Eved Adonnai
    The slaves in Texas got the news of their freedom two years after Lincoln signed the Emancipation Proclamation. The two months after the signing of the EP is incorrect. The news of the emancipation of slaves in Texas was received on June 15, 1865.
  • This is the best

    By gsmxeudjdhd
    I love this app because it just gives you random facts that are funny or weird. One time I spent a whole day looking at this app.
  • You can’t argue with THE TRUTH

    By Quiet. Mike.
    Upset with how much time I was spending on social media, I deleted all of them off my phone and downloaded the FACTS app. It has been the perfect substitution for when I need to fill an uncomfortable moment with some time on my phone. I recommend it to just about everyone I meet. God bless you FACTS app. I truly love you. 💋
  • Fact is Urban Legend

    By Serenity777
    A common urban legend about Charles Leiper Grigg is that he was an albino, and that the red dot on the bottle is supposed to represent his red eyes. In fact there are no official references to Grigg having been an albino, and in (black-and-white) photographs his eyes appear normally pigmented. 7-up logo with the red dot came into use in the 1970s, after Grigg had died. Now I have to question every fact presented.
  • Very Good, but 1 Factoid Wrong

    By @raven
    All great facts! I’ve only found one error tho only bc MythBusters proved it wrong. A duck’s quack does echo, when you can you can get he duck to cooperate. 😉 Major problem I contend with is receiving too many facts outside of the preset times I set forth as well as the number of factoids being delivered. Believe me, I enjoy this program. It’s one I share with others, esp with those who enjoy trivia, specifically with others who enjoy Swagbucks Live Trivia, formerly, SwagIQ. In addition, I share many factoids with my adult daughters, niece, & my granddaughter.
  • Bye Bye

    By ABO Committed
    Really enjoyed this app. and recommended it in the past. Now the add pop ups are bothersome. Thanks for screwing up a good thing. Deleting it in 3,2,1...
  • Learning new things

    By TCO_Jupiter
    Now I can learn so much stuff and tell my colleagues and mentors
  • I like these!

    By Kim_possible1216
    I am learning things on this app.