Humans are curious creatures. We spend so much of our time talking about nothing, just to be talking about something. But when we start to talk about interesting things - like morality, the future, or human behaviour - our eyes light up. We’re engaged and connected, interested and interesting. Sparks fly, the socially awkward penguin waddles right out of the room, and we end up talking about all sorts of interesting things for hours on end.
Introducing A Curious Question - it’s an app that kick-starts a conversation to an immediately curious place. There’s more than 300 genuinely interesting questions, all designed to make people do that sideways things with their head, where they furrow their brow in contemplation and go ‘hmmm’.
They’re particularly good questions to ask around the dinner table, or when you’re on a date to create real chemistry and connection.
- minor bug fixes including enforcing fullscreen only
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20 free thought provoking questions
Love their website your logical fallacyis and the free poster.
I was hoping for some guidance on using logic to reason out the questions, but it is really just a tool for posing a question to a group and is of limited value as an app - just printing a list from email would suffice!
App offers ability to buy up to 300 more questions by subject. Ran into issue with double text overlay so I ended up deleting the app.
For some reason, this app will not close. In order to escape from it I had to shut down the device completely. When I open the app again, same result. It renders your phone unusable without a reboot. This flaw has to be fixed before the app even becomes minimally usable.
Nice idea, bad implementation.
Some Questions are a tad biased. And a fee to access other questions? Tad bit unreasonable.
- James Gill
- 19.3 MB
Requires iOS 6.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
- Age Rating
- © Jesse Richardson
- In-App Purchases
- Full Bundle Pack $2.99
- A Date to Remember $0.99
- Curious Pack One $0.99
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.