According to a study released by TechCrunch last month, the average Facebook user has 229 friends yet 7% of them are people that they've never met and 3% are people who have only ever met up once!
Of course, just because people haven't met up with Facebook friends in real life, that doesn't mean they don't know them well. But how to test that? Playing Trivia With Facebook Friends of course!
It's a new and free app that uses the information gained from Facebook profiles to provide players with questions all about the respective friend. Questions start out quite simple with the likes of main interests, birthdays and hometowns. As things progress though, it gets much harder with recent Facebook activity questioned as well as more exact questions such as how many photos have been tagged featuring the player and the friend.
Trivia With Facebook Friends looks like a fun way of discovering just how much people know about each other.
It's a free and universal app. However, users are restricted to five lives a day which can also be increased for a small monetary sum via an in-app purchase. Removing adverts can also be done by paying $0.99.