5 Best Riddle Apps for Android and iPhone

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Are you looking for riddle apps that can help you to do brainstorming?  There are plenty of apps available for Android and iPhone users out of which I am listing the best riddle apps for you. These apps will let you share brain teasers with anyone on Facebook, WhatsApp, Messenger and many other mediums. Almost all the apps have levels from beginner to the expert level which will only be unlocked by completing the current riddle. Take a look.

List of Best Riddle Apps

1) 1000 Riddles

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1000 Riddles is an Android app to train your brain. It has 6 categories under which you will find different levels. You cannot move to the next without answering the current one. If you find impossible to answer any question then you can opt for Hint/Show Answer. In the above picture, you can see the different riddle categories you can play.

best riddle apps - 1000 riddles


You can find statistics option on the home screen. This will keep track of different categories you have answered and the levels you have crossed. It will also show the number of times hint used, the total duration you played and game sessions.

Link: 1000 Riddles

2) Riddles by LevelXcode

app for riddles - riddles

The app has up to 500 levels which you have to unlock one by one. As compared to the above app there are no specific categories for playing riddles. The app has a credits feature. If you are able to answer the question you will be awarded 30 credits. And if you opt to show one letter, 100 credits will be deducted and if you choose to “remove letters” which will not make the word than 150 credits will be removed. And to get the free hint, you have to wait for 5 minutes.


If you want to share any particular riddle with your friends to help you out then tap on the question, a pop-up will appear, choose ok and send it to anyone.

Link: Riddles by LevelXcode

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3) Riddle & Pieces

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Another riddle app for Android is Riddle & Pieces. This app has also coins features like above app. In each level, you have to answer 6 queries. The answer to each query will add 2 coins to your wallet. You can use these coins to know the answer for each question or for all the questions in that level. For each question, 60 coins will be deducted and for getting all the answers 250 coins will be deducted.

The app also has a feature to earn points by watching videos. But this didn’t work for me. I watched two videos and no coins were added to my account.

Link: Riddle & Pieces

4) What am I? – riddles

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This riddle app is for iPhone and Android users. They can download this app for free from Google play Store and Apple App Store. Word game lovers will like this app. For each riddle, you have to answer it by entering the letters one by one. If you find tough to answer any riddle, you can go with the hint. Same like above Android apps, the coins will be deducted to get the answer for a riddle.

The app contains In-App purchases to get coins and also to remove the ads from the app. The app requires a minimum of iOS 8.0 version.

Link: What am I? for Android/What am I? for iOS

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5) A Year of Riddles

riddles for iphone

This iOS app has 365 riddles to play. The app will show 5 letters to answer the riddle. If you have answered it then 2 points will be added to your account. If you take hints then the points will be deducted. Below is how much points will be deducted for the type of hint you choose.

For the first letter: 1
To know the total number of letters: 3
For last two letter: 2
For complete answer: 4

If you need more points, you can go with In-App Purchase. There are 3 different packages: 70, 150 and 400 points.

Using this app you can even share the riddle with others.

Link: A Year of Riddles

From the above best riddle apps you have options for Android as well as for iPhone. All the apps are free to install. Go ahead and do let us know which app you liked the most.

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  • Akshay Thapliyal

    Akshay Thapliyal is the co-founder of TechUntold and mainly looks into strategic planning at TechUntold. He also loves writing articles on apps & problems he faces related to tech. Follow him on Twitter.

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Akshay Thapliyal is the co-founder of TechUntold and mainly looks into strategic planning at TechUntold. He also loves writing articles on apps & problems he faces related to tech. Follow him on Twitter.

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