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About this app

"The law of attraction meets geocaching." -The New York Times

Reasons to use Randonautica to generate completely random coordinates for you to travel to:

-To go on an unexpected adventure
-To test out quantum entropy and the mind's ability to influence reality
-To escape the matrix
-To test the law of attraction
-To get some exercise by walking to a random location
-To open a real world portal!
-To get off screens and into the world around you
-To feel heightened awareness and observation
-To feel being present
-To feel a spiritual connection with a higher power, nature or the universe
-To find new areas in your neighborhood, town or city
-To gets signs and symbols from the universe
-To defeat feeling "stuck" in the day-to-day
-To connect with people across the globe on Randonautica's in-app social media feed Discover
-To post reports and log your insight and adventures
-To journal synchronicities and coincidences associated with your random exploration


Going to a random location makes you hyperaware and present, often providing a sense of meditation or the feeling of "being alive again". Random exploration adds novelty to life!


By interfacing with quantum entropy there is growing evidence that the mind, thoughts, emotions and words have an impact on matter. Using Randonautica creates a bridge to access a very malleable reality. Having an intense thought or "intention" while the generation process is happening can result in an effect in the real world as you journey to the random coordinates provided by the app. People have reported that there is a ripple effect where their intention has lasting effect on their personal reality and observation.

Want to break out of the matrix?
Open a real world portal?
Jump to an alternate timeline to better your life?
Go on a fun random adventure to explore areas you never knew existed?
Add novelty and fun to your life through random exploration?

See if your mind can influence reality, the REAL WORLD, just by thinking! It's a bit like accessing the quantum metaverse! With Randonautica you can travel to a random location with the powerful use of quantum entropy to see if your MIND can influence REALITY!

Wander into wonder with Randonautica, the official app of the global Randonauts phenomenon. Use intention to explore the world around you with the OFFICIAL app of The Randonauts.

Randonautica is the first ever quantumly generated adventure game that takes you on a journey of true randomness. The adventure is yours to have and the legend will be yours to tell. Welcome, future Randonauts!

This app provides you with totally random coordinates within a set radius. You can then choose if you’d like to adventure to the point. It’s been said by the Randonaut community that breaking out of what’s called your “probability-tunnel” can bring about serendipitous experiences and provide great fun while journeying into the world around you.

The app uses both pseudo and quantum entropy sources for randomization which provides a set of coordinates that can be opened in a map to navigate to or the user can digitally explore the coordinates. While “Blind Spots” are random points meant to be visited for exploring the unknown world around you, choosing an “Anomaly” type coordinate will run an algorithm over your radius to find the most statistically improbable distribution of random points within your radius. These are destinations where the real magic happens.

Explore the world beyond the habitual and deterministic patterns of your everyday life, discover adventures right in front of your doorstep. Become part of the international community of the Randonauts and share your findings and legendary trips on Reddit, Telegram, Discord, or Facebook.

➤ reddit.com/r/randonauts
➤ t.me/randonauts
➤ discord.gg/r4ek9ZH
➤ fb.com/groups/randonauts/
Updated on
Apr 22, 2024

Data safety

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Personal info, Financial info and 4 others
Data is encrypted in transit
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Ratings and reviews

66K reviews
Rose Smith
September 17, 2020
Saw lots of good about the app and I Really want to try it out, but it keeps showing that the system is transitioning through some upgrades (I even re-downloaded it but to no avail). This time it doesn't even let me get a void or attractor anymore... even though i do agree to the terms and conditions. I really hope this bug gets fixed! Looking forward to using it and changing the rating!
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Tara Lee
January 21, 2021
A lot of reviews seem to rate the app poorly because it does exactly what it says on the box: it sends you to a random location. Folks seem to think that the developers have the power to cause supernatural things to happen. This is obviously not the case! My personal experience with the app is that it has hiccups at times, but overall, it does exactly what I need it to do. I spent the summer of 2020 using Randonautica to generate uncommon walking routes that allowed me to keep my distance from other folks. I saw corners of my city I'd never have bothered exploring otherwise, and got my daily steps in, too! I can't say anything particularly 'spooky' happened, but I definitely had more neat experiences than I would have had sitting at home. Bonus that the devs seem super responsive to user feedback.
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July 3, 2020
I love the idea of the app and all, really gets your mind going and overall fun. But since I downloaded the app and put all the stuff down to find me a point to explore it takes forever to load in anything. Then I get an error message, either the "source of entropy" can't be found or it gets past that point and starts searching for the point then another error message saying it can't find it so it then picks a random point instead. Disappointing.
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