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Live trivia app HQ is coming to Android

Live trivia app HQ is coming to Android


You can now pre-register to get the app

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Android users will soon be able to take part in HQ’s live trivia contests. Created by Vine co-founders Rus Yusupov and Colin Kroll, the app has become incredibly popular since it launched on iOS, and Android users can now pre-register to download the app on the Google Play store.

HQ is a live trivia game played through an iOS app. Users can tune in twice a day at 3PM and 9PM ET to answer questions for the chance to win cash prizes — prizes that have ballooned from a couple of hundred dollars, to thousands. The company is currently looking to raise upwards of $80 to $100 million from venture capitalists, so it makes sense that they would work to expand their user base by expanding to Android users.

There’s no indication of when the app will be available, but those who pre-register will get a notification once it arrives.