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    iFact - a collection of the most interesting and little-known facts about the world in English. The database of more than 2000 of the facts and it is constantly updated. Available in three sizes of widgets. We collect the most interesting for you.

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    Users review

    from 880 reviews

    "Awesome"

    9.2

    Users comments for iFact

    John Connor

    by John Connor

    Oct 25, 2014  |  "Great"

    I haven't seen a fact that I either didn't already know or wasn't able to back check. Learning interesting facts keeps the mind functioning at a younger brain age (a 70 year old with a 45 year brain age is doing really well mentally) My only issue is facts reoccurring to often. The devs just need to tweak the algorithm for less repeats. Oh, and add more facts, please.

    Ryan Sheppard

    by Ryan Sheppard

    Apr 02, 2014  |  "Great"

    Facts constantly reappear! App is well presented with a decent widget.

    Feldric Venlie Armada

    by Feldric Venlie Armada

    Jan 03, 2014  |  "Awesome"

    Linte udipotah fucky Yelang potiks gago gaga bullshetty

    Kristin Parise

    by Kristin Parise

    Aug 23, 2013  |  "Awesome"

    Cool.

    Jayce Commo

    by Jayce Commo

    Jun 02, 2013  |  "Poor"

    Third "fact" I got: duck quacks do not echo and nobody knows why. That's obviously not true. Can't trust anything after that.

    Brian Reed

    by Brian Reed

    Mar 25, 2013  |  "Poor"

    Wasted my time with this worthless app. No effort was put into error checking these "facts" after they copy and pasted them into their app. One "fact" said the moon was travelling away from the earth at 2 inches a year, another "fact" said the exact same thing but 1.5 inches. Which one is it then? The final mind blower was their "fact": "did you know that 40 degrees celsius is EQUAL to 40 degrees