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QI: Everything You Think You Know Is Wrong

QI: Everything You Think You Know Is Wrong

       iOS Universal


• Coffee isn't made from beans
• You have no muscles in your fingers
• Mice sing while having sex
• Henry VIII had two wives

The QI App is your portal into a world of interestingness.

Browse the books of the hit British comedy show in bite-sized chunks!
Seen or heard anything interesting lately? Submit your own facts!
Rate other people’s facts on the QI Interestingometer!
Find out why everything you think you know is wrong!


- A fully searchable QI Library, including the complete contents of The Book of General Ignorance, The Book of Animal Ignorance, The Book of the Dead and selections from the QI Annuals
- Pieces by Clive Anderson, Derren Brown, Rob Brydon, Jimmy Carr, Jeremy Clarkson, Alan Davies, Roger Law, Sean Lock, Ross Noble, Graham Norton and Dara O'Briain
- The QI Library rearranges these texts into 70 themed books on a scrollable shelf
- Each book is perfect for the 10-to-20-minute chunks of your day when you really need something Quite Interesting
- Over 3,000 quotations, taken from QI's If Ignorance Is Bliss, Why Aren't There More Happy People?
- Rate other people’s facts on the QI Interestingometer, from ‘not at all’ to ‘quite’
- Send QI your own facts, backed up with evidence
- Full VoiceOver support

QI uses analytics to collect aggregate, non-personally-identifiable usage data. For more information visit

What's new

iPhone 5 support
Finish translation updates in the book 'Say What'
Bug fixes to prevent crashes in the book reader


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Last changed:
May 09, 2013
Faber and Faber
139.5 MB

Current Version Average Rating:
4.50 (2)

All Versions Average Rating:
4.50 (5)
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