MapsofIndia Unveils Online Quiz Game for Android Devices

DELHI - JANUARY 07, 2011

MapsofIndia, a Compare Infobase website and a industry leader in thematic mapping solutions, announced the launch of its fully-featured online India Quiz Game in the Android market, marking its continued commitment and expansion into the burgeoning mobile platform.

MapsofIndia's first of its kind game is developed to reside on Android based computing platforms. The online India Quiz Game offers the large fraternity of mobile and internet users, an unmatched opportunity to tease their brains and pit their wits against thousands of their peers and win exciting prizes. Learning combined with fun and a chance to win loads of cash prizes! Great isn't it?

"Google Android is one of the fastest growing mobile platforms, so the demand for high-quality games continues to surge. Expanding our popular lineup of quiz games onto the emerging Android marketplace brings our collection of contemporary quizzes to more android phones and ultimately, more consumers. We hope to reach a broader audience in more segments and markets than ever before." said Usha V. Sagar, Vice President of MapsofIndia.

The uniquely different India quiz game is designed to test people's knowledge of information and facts about India. The online interactive quiz covers 30 questions on hot topics as diverse as such as Indian Geography, India Cities, States in India, Indian History, Indian Culture and Religion, Indian Cuisine, Politics, Bollywood, Indian Cricket, Sports, Current affairs, and General Indian Trivia.

Whats more!The free online groundbreaking learning tool enables instructors and educators to create mind sharpening quizzes and practice tests for their students. Our large number and great variety of online quizzes spare educators and students of the effort to sift through the Web to find the quiz they're looking for.

Our Online Quiz game carries following unique features

1. Large library of constantly updated quizzes
2. A time-sensitive user interface,
3. Home-screen notifications,
4. Clickable URLs,
5. Instant feedback, individual and highest scores

The innovative, cool quiz can be downloaded directly to your mobile Android device by visiting on the device or by visiting on your PC.

To take the interactive Quiz visit

About MapsofIndia

MapsofIndia, the largest storehouse of thematic maps on India since 1998, is a web portal owned and managed by MapXL Inc. with its headquarters at San Jose, California and branch offices at Delhi and Kolkata. MapsofIndia provides a range of business mapping solutions- Customized Maps, thematic maps, driving direction maps, distance finder, consumer-enterprise mapping solutions, and other travel tools. With more than 30,000 pages of content on myriad topics, and running knowledge sub domains such as MapsofIndia Quiz, the site attracts 2 million traffic every month.

About Compare Infobase

Compare Infobase is one of the pioneers in Website Development and Website Design in India. With a premier clientele from various industry segments (travel, e-commerce, mapping industry, mobile, online marketing, diplomatic missions), 200 certified professionals, and offices in major Indian cities (Delhi and Kolkata) as well as in Thailand (Bangkok) and the US (San Jose), CIL today is one of the largest portal development organizations in India.



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