Test your US history prowess
- Tailor your quizzes by various categories
- Report incorrect answers via the app
- Share your scores on Twitter, Facebook or email
- Questions occasionally repeat
- Some questions are posed in grammatically incorrect English
United States Quizzle is an app for the iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch that tests your knowledge about the United States.
The United States might be viewed as a relatively young country, especially compared to places in Europe, but that doesn't mean it's not chock full of history. United States Quizzle will help you see how much you know about US history in short order.
United States Quizzle lets you test your history savvy in a multitude of different categories. These include state capitals, flowers and nicknames, as well as the date each state was incorporated into the United States. You can also choose to be asked questions relating to US events, presidents and the Constitution. With United States Quizzle, you can choose which categories to turn on or off, consequently either limiting or expanding the types of questions you'll receive.
Each United States Quizzle quiz consists of 10 questions with four answers to choose from. You'll be told immediately after each answer whether you're correct or not. It would've been really nice to have an additional sentence or two that gives more background information on the subject matter, but unfortunately United States Quizzle doesn't do this. There is a quiz recap that comes up when you complete all 10 questions, though, as well as a means to report questions where you believe the correct answer is actually wrong. You can also share your successes and failures on Twitter or Facebook via the app.
The only major complaint one might have with United States Quizzle is simply that some of the questions might not be posed in grammatically correct English. You also might end up with repeat questions if you play a lot of quizzes all at once.
United States Quizzle is a fantastic free app for US history buffs who want to challenge friends or just expand their knowledge of United States culture.