Francis Bacon said, “Knowledge is power.”

We agree. And with the continual rise of the Smartphone and tablet over the last few years, our knowledge is becoming more powerful thanks to the plethora of great trivia games on offer. The likes of the App Store and Google Play are awash with teasers, logo quizzes, and board games, but with so many, it’s difficult to know which to download. Now you can Keep track of all your bets.

We run down seven of the best apps to exercise your brain.

Lie Swatter

Beginning with a game unlike your typical trivia app, Lie Swatter is a test in separating the strange fiction from the stranger fact. Brought to you by the creators of You Don’t Know Jack, the game makes you squat flying fibs in order to game points.

It’s an app that proves truth can sometimes seem stranger than fiction. It’s perhaps the least serious app on the list but out there as one of the most fun by a distance.

MovieCat

MovieCat

Not many apps recreate movie scenes using cartoon cats. This app is fun, quirky and tests your film knowledge to the max. It’s ideal for a quick game on the way to work, and will perk you up before a hard day at the office. After all, what’s more fun than a pussycat re-enacting a scene from Gladiator.

Rugby Logo Quiz

The only one of its kind, the Rugby Logo Quiz puts you up against some of the biggest rugby teams in the world, testing your knowledge right the way across League and Union formats.

The Freebets Rugby Logo Quiz is a must have for all fans of the sport and will ensure you know your Rhinos from your Springboks as you go through the apps many levels. The quiz is set to add even more features in the coming months and is perfect during a coffee break, or even half time.

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Rugby Logo Quiz

Trivial Pursuit

Both a classic both on screen and off, Trivial Pursuit have been testing our knowledge since 1979 and has become a must play on both iOS and Android. Test your knowledge on all the usual topics including Sport, Science and Nature and Geography, this app is the ultimate brain exercise.

VH1 I Love The 90s

VH1 I Love The 90s

Any child of the 90’s will love this game as they are taken back through a world of Power Rangers, Wayne’s World and the Spice Girls.
This app has 50 free questions and an additional 500 for just $1. You can challenge your friends with a trivia battle as exciting as a Destiny’s Child dance-off and you can share your scores across social media.

VH1 I Love The 90s

ExQuizIt

ExQuizIt is perhaps the world’s biggest quizzing app. With over 12,000 questions and 5 different game modes including timed and even shared games. The beauty of this trivia game is you can select from three different regions meaning you can get tailored questions for North America, UK, Australia and Internationally.

SongPop

SongPop

Test your music knowledge with one of the most fun apps on the market. Linking in to Facebook, you can challenge your friends as well as share your scores online. There are over 25 playlists ranging from electronic to TV theme tunes and has something for just about anyone.
The game is simple, yet incredibly addictive and ticks all the boxes for a music lover wanting to test their knowledge to the max.