Let me start by saying this:
If you’re in charge of company events, teambuilding, have a party or hangout with friends, a fun way to engage everyone is playing a game of Kahoot!
Kahoot! is a game-based learning platform and available as an app on Android and iOS.
How it works (as used by me):
You use it to create quizz- matches and are given a PIN- number. Everyone who wants to join the game just need to enter that code and they’re participating. Contesters are then divided into groups and the groups can title themselves whatever they want.
Questions pop up and the group answering right and fastest get the most points. As I played it at work, the leading top 3 or top 5 (I don’t remember which) were shown on the screen after each question along with their points.
It’s fast and should be tried.
According to the official homepage, it’s even used in schools and has over 1 BILLION(!)players a year.
Chances are that you’ve already heard or used it, if not, you definately should!
Either you want to train your brain or just kill time, the game of Sudoku fits its purpose.
I’ve been doing a lot of Sudoku a couple of years ago and at the moment I need to train my brain, sharpen my senses. Therefore I recomand the SUDOKU apps. On GOOGLE PLAY (ANDROID) when you seek for apps, you can see some that are recommended: it reads ‘EDITORS’ CHOICE’. My belief is that it’s wise to AT LEAST give those kind of apps a shot.
I’ve installed the top app. It should be available on APP STORE(iOS) as well. If not THAT particular one, then others. After all, the mechanics of SUDOKU is the same, no mather the developer or title.
I’ve heard of this app from a friend. What it does is basically that you can start and maintain discusions within a certain area.
If you want to chat/share text or photos with your neighbours and be anonymous at the same time or just ask for advice such as a good dinner place in the area, it’s just perfect.
It was launched 2004 and reached over 1 million downloads on Android ever since. Chances that you’ll get a response are therefore high if you live in a large city. Jodel is available for iOS aswell.
For more info: <b>https://www.jodel-app.com</b>
EMEA marketing chief Anne Beuttenmüller said in an interview with Polish magazine Gram and translated by PokemonHub that:
“Now we are working on the PvP mode, which will soon appear. In addition, we’re still working on improving the feature that has just made its debut – it’s all about friends, such as the ability to exchange Pokemon in the game.
“We’ve just introduced an improvement so you can add a note to your friend. The point is that you can have many people on your friends list and do not remember who is who. So you can add a comment to that person. You can also segregate your friends list.
“We are constantly improving the elements that we have available in the game and the next thing that we want to add at the end of this year is the PvP mode.”
IKEA Place is our new app that lets you virtually “place” IKEA products in your space. It’s a new way to experience IKEA.
IKEA Place will be available in the App store soon.
The gen 2 Pokemon Go update went live yesterday and today we got the full list with the newest additions to the game. Here it follows:
Niantic is adding the rest of the Johto region, plus new evolution items and Nanab and Pinap berries to aid in catching Pokemon.