What's New

*Now available in the US*
Text layout fixes for iOS 6

App Description


• Octopuses can open jam-jars
• The Earth has at least seven moons
• Dolphins change their skin every two hours

QI Lite - 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!

- Choice cuts from the QI Library, sampled from The Book of General Ignorance, The Book of Animal Ignorance, The Book of the Dead and the QI Annuals
- Pieces by Derren Brown, Rob Brydon and Roger Law
- 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

If you like QI Lite, check out the full version of the QI app, with over 70 books on the shelf, and 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.

QI Lite uses analytics to collect aggregate, non-personally-identifiable usage data. For more information visit faber.co.uk/qianalytics

iPad Screenshots

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App Changes

  • October 16, 2012 Initial release
  • May 09, 2013 New version 1.4.2

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