This free trivia app is a great way to test your knowledge of national capitals, practice before the geography exam, and learn more about countries of each continent in the world.
All capitals are divided into 6 topics according to their geographic location:
1) Europe (59 capitals) - for example, Stockholm is the capital of Sweden.
2) Asia (49 capitals) - the capital of Malaysia is Kuala Lumpur.
3) North and Central American (40 capitals) - Washington, D. C. is the capital of the United States.
4) Africa (56 capitals) - the Kenya’s capital is Nairobi.
5) Australia and Oceania (23 capitals) - Wellington is the capital of New Zealand.
6) South America (13 capitals) - the capital of Peru is Lima.
Play and become an expert by completing all quiz modes:
1) Spelling quizzes (easy and hard).
2) Multiple-choice questions (with 4 or 6 answer options). It’s important to remember that you have only 3 lives.
3) Time game (give as many answers as you can in 1 minute) - you should give more than 25 correct answers to get a star.
Two learning tools:
* Flashcards. Use them to prepare for the tests. You can choose which capitals you know well and which ones you want to repeat later once again.
* Tables for each continent.
The app is translated into 21 languages, including English, French, Spanish, and many others. You can change the language in the app’s settings and use an additional educational opportunity to learn the names of world countries and their capitals in a foreign language.
There are several countries, where two and more cities are called capitals. For example, Pretoria is the executive capital of South Africa, Cape Town is their legislative capital, and Bloemfontein is the judicial capital. We tried to indicate all those cases by providing additional comments in the questions in the spelling quizzes.
How many world capitals do you know? Learn all of them: from Buenos Aires and Dublin to Canberra and Damascus!