Curiosity app review

Today’s app review: Curiosity app version 3.4.2

Google Play: Curiosity app

curiosity1Features (taken from Google play):

Join millions of people getting smarter every day with the Curiosity app. It’s the best way to explore infographics, articles, and videos that keep your brain sharp. Plus, it’s completely free!

At Curiosity, we believe knowledge is power. That’s why we’ve made it easy and more fun than ever to educate yourself on topics that interest you most. Whether you have a love for art history, science news, technology advances, nature, or space exploration—you’ll discover weird facts that leave you wanting more.

Find short-form articles that inspire you and ignite your natural curiosity. Our daily, informative explorations have something for everyone.

Learn quickly with smart videos from handpicked, educational content creators—essential for feeding your brain.

Like or save the interesting facts that move you. Then, easily share your new knowledge with friends and family.

Spend an afternoon brushing up on discoveries of the universe. Explore exercising tips for your next trip to the gym. Learn about the world’s oldest restaurant. Or, if you’re feeling particularly adventurous, unearth how you can swim between two continents.

It doesn’t matter if you’re looking answers to trivia questions, need a quick conversation-starter, or want to prove a friend wrong — Curiosity’s free knowledge database will challenge you to get smarter and keep learning.


I found this awesome app while browsing Google play. It is highly rated (4.7 stars) as of writing. So curiosity got the best of me so I downloaded it (is that a pun? haha). Basically this app allows you to explore, read, and watch videos on different topics, facts, and trivia. Almost any topic available is listed here.

After this introduction, the app will take you to a signup page.You can easily sign up using your account on Facebook, Google, or Twitter. If you don’t want to signup using your social media account, you can opt to sign up using your email. The app will then ask you if you want to activate push notifications.

The main app interface includes 3 tabs for 1) Daily, 2) Subjects, and the last tab is 3) your account. You can swipe up, down, left, right to view different topics and trivia.

The Daily digest tab looks like this:

The last photo above (bottom right) is the full article which you can access if you click the bottom part (with the arrow pointing right) of a certain digest. You can also like/”heart” certain digests that interests you or have caught your attention.

Besides providing random daily facts, you can also choose to read stuff based on the topic. There are a lot of topics to choose from. The photos below are just a few of these topics:

The last tab (your account) will show you the topics and articles you have liked. I liked some digests here:

Also, I forgot to mention, you can share your favorite topics on social media. With this option, you can spread interesting topics to your friends!

Try this app now!