HQ Trivia and Words downloads drop 92% as it plans to charge a monthly subscription fee


Surely you remember when HQ Trivia was the hottest thing going. Launched late in 2017, those installing the app on their iOS or Android device could partake in a twice daily live trivia contest (once a day on the weekends) trying to win their share of a real cash price. But lately, things have not been going so well at HQ Trivia, according to Tech Crunch. The downward spiral started last December following the death of HQ co-founder Colin Kroll. Kroll’s death allowed co-founder Rus Yusupov to take over as CEO and he allegedly just sat around and allowed HQ’s popularity to decline. Yusupov …

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