Description

Quora is a Q&A platform that empowers people to share and grow the world’s knowledge. People come to Quora to ask questions about any subject, read high quality knowledge that's personalized and relevant to them, and share their own knowledge with others. Quora is a place to share knowledge and better understand the world.

* Ask a question and get helpful answers
* Follow topics and browse quality content
* Learn from credible people with first-hand knowledge
* Answer questions and share your knowledge with the world

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What’s New

Version 6.0.4

We're always working to improve your experience on Quora through new features and improvements across the product.

It's important for us to invest in making sure our app runs smoothly. This update includes several under the hood improvements and small bug fixes to improve the performance of the app.

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Ratings and Reviews

4.6 out of 5
4.8K Ratings
4.8K Ratings
Rolls.eyes. ,

Frustrating to use

The biggest problem with Quora is with asking questions. Quora content review is all out there to ruin your questions and drive you crazy. It will change your question, change your topics, censor you for no reason, and it will never give up. There was once I asked a question about chemical paint strippers, and my question was flagged as adult content and I was barred from requesting answers, and the topics 'strip clubs' and 'strippers' were forcibly added to my topics. (A few minutes after removing those unwanted topic tags, they would automatically reappear; so in the end I just gave up.) There was also once when I used a possessive 'its' in my question, and Quora content review changed it to 'it's' (short for 'it is'). Recently I asked a question about 'faded impressions', but Quora content review wouldn't allow me to name my source (David Hume, a philosopher) in the question or in the topics. It also kept on adding 'philosophy of everyday life' to my topics, even though it was a question about knowledge and epistemology, not about everyday life.

If you're going to ask a question on Quora, be prepared for insane edit wars with Quora Content Review. You will frequently have to accept the fact that your question will be defaced and distorted. (Or merged with other questions that are not really that similar.)

Dartfordian ,

Great, if you can see past the trolls

Quora can be quite addictive. I spend time on it every day. You can learn a lot of interesting things from some very knowledgeable and entertaining writers.

However, you will also find a great number of trolls who delight in winding others up on hot button topics like gun control, religion, politics and climate change. Want to know where to find some of those flat earthers you've heard tell of? They're here. Evolution deniers, ultra left and right wingers, cranks, weirdos, conspiracy theorists and people with a grudge about anything and everything, and even some who seemingly would love to see an end to civilisation as we know it.

On this site they can put their views across to a worldwide audience completely anonymously. It can be quite depressing, but at least there are also some very sensible and eloquent people around to set the record straight. Quora certainly opens your eyes to the kinds of people you’re sharing a world with, and I’m not so sure that’s a good thing because it seems like a losing battle at times.

Thisnicknameisnottakenffs ,

Aggressive, pushy and full of bugs

Hey Quora! I get it! Well done: You have an app! Yeh, cool, I have it already and I’ll use it when I want to. But mostly when I click a link from my email digest it doesn’t open the app but rather my browser... then after a minute or two a pop up will fill the screen “suggesting” I try the app. (Great idea- how about you develop an app that works with your own newsletter, eh??) Then I find that I can’t close the pop up to return to what I was reading. The only way to get rid of the thing is to click “download the app” (clearly pointless since I have it already) and then try to go back to whatever I was reading... oops, it’s gone. Butterfingers!!

I have read other reviews saying Quora is overly aggressive about adding topics and careless editing of questions etc and it fits with my experience. Regardless of what you’ve added to your Topics, if you read an answer on a different topic (say after a google search) well you’d better learn to enjoy it because you’re going to be seeing questions like that in your feed for a while.

For a platform based on knowledge and curiosity, Quora has a nastily pushy side, and algorithmic agression (and terrible bugs) are very common.
Not what I’d hoped.

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Seller
Quora, Inc
Size
47.1 MB
Compatibility
Requires iOS 10.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad and iPod touch.
Languages
English, Bengali, Danish, Dutch, Finnish, French, German, Hindi, Indonesian, Italian, Japanese, Marathi, Norwegian, Portuguese, Spanish, Swedish, Tamil
Age Rating
Rated 12+ for the following:
Infrequent/Mild Sexual Content and Nudity
Infrequent/Mild Alcohol, Tobacco, or Drug Use or References
Infrequent/Mild Medical/Treatment Information
Infrequent/Mild Profanity or Crude Humour
Infrequent/Mild Mature/Suggestive Themes
Copyright
© Quora, Inc.
Price
Free

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