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Description

11 Year Old Isabella was tired of fake news, but found checking facts boring - that's why she came up with Check That Fact! If we make fact-checking fun, she said, who would want to share fake news anymore?

Check That Fact allows you to check Facts from the least-biased sources (currently Factcheck.org, Snopes.com, and Hoax-Slayer.net) while keeping score to see who the world's best fact-checker is. Earn experience the first time you open a new fact-checking article, and continue to earn experience as you read. Check That Fact uses information from mediabiasfactcheck.com in order to help determine the bias of a source.

Check Facts! Fight Fake News! Become Supreme Ruler! What are you waiting for? Shouldn't you install Check That Fact now?

What’s New

Version 1.200

Results should be displayed chronologically now.

Ratings and Reviews

4.1 out of 5
36 Ratings

36 Ratings

Tictactactical ,

Enjoyable

This app and it’s content is quite enjoyable and mildly addictive. However, the app no longer functions correctly. The moment I attempt to log in, the app closes. I then reopen, attempt to log in and the cycle continues. This Groundhog Day scenario could continue on in infinitum, but luckily I’ll not continue to do the same thing, expecting a different result. I may be crazy, but not that crazy. 😝 Please fix.

Developer Response ,

Thanks a lot, fact checkers like you remind us why we keep doing this! We squashed that bug, and we’re working on improvements. If you have any suggestions, we’d love to hear them! Please feel free to email us at info@wokedevelopment.com

bro_brad ,

Arsenal of facts

Immediately asked 4 questions concerning fb “news” and all 4 proved to be false! This app is awesome!

Developer Response ,

Thank you very much for trying our app, and for the glowing review! If you have any suggestions, please feel free to email us at info@hazystudios.com

SoFewNickNames ,

Search

The app is a great idea, but useless for checking a specific fact. When I search using a keyword, I just get a bunch of unrelated fact checks that I care nothing about.

I thought perhaps I just wasn’t doing it right.
I tested this idea by using keyword “iceberg” just after I had read a fact check in the app about striped icebergs. But, I got the buzzer, even when I selected the same source the fact check I had just read came from?!

I’m very disappointed.

Developer Response ,

Hi SoFewNickNames, we’re sorry about your experience with the search function. Admittedly it could be better.

The buzzer sound indicates that you’re switching to a specific source, and being penalized. While we allow this, we believe that true fact checking is done without bias which is why we give the buzzer sound, and no experience is given for viewing an article after selecting a source. That said, you do still gain experience while reading the article.

To continue gaining experience from viewing articles, simply switch to all sources by tapping “Show All (+1)”

Information

Seller
Kenneth Dubroff
Size
29.9 MB
Category
News
Compatibility

Requires iOS 11.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.

Languages

English

Age Rating
17+
Unrestricted Web Access
Copyright
Price
Free

Supports

  • Family Sharing

    With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.

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