HQ trivia trick changes your app color to rainbow

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HQ trivia is hard to win, but changing the app’s color is quite easy.

A tipster told us about the trick Sunday night, shortly after the 9 p.m. ET game, and it seemed to have worked earlier this week as well, per a tweet

Why would you want to change the color of the app? We really don’t know. Maybe to show off to your friends a.k.a. HQ competitors. Or, just in the spirit of randomness.

Here’s how to unlock the rainbow magic: 

Step 1. Open the HQ trivia app. Of course, download the app if you don’t have it yet. Feel free to use my referral code “kerrymflynn,” though that won’t influence if this works.  Read more…

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