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Logos Quiz app simplified with answers via visuals

The Logos Quiz app is a game that wants to show you how much you’re picking up while watching TV ads, and while you might joke with friends and family that know loads about adverts it seems you might also know more than you think. After using the Logos Quiz app and providing a few answers on the iPhone it became pretty obvious that we’d soaked up more information than we thought, which shows how well these TV commercials work with our subconscious.

You’ll find over 500 brands within the logo quiz game, and these logos are seen not only on television but also while walking on the street, in subways, and more. The iOS app has been rated on thousands of times and the current version has over 4.5 stars on iTunes, but the game is causing problems for some players and while you can purchase hints, these cost money at 120 hints for $0.99 and 300 hints for $1.99.

The game has made its way to the top of Apple’s iTunes chart and those of you that have played “Logos Quiz” will understand why, and a number of our readers have requested answers to the questions, which surprised us considering there are plenty of solutions on YouTube. We’ve embedded a few videos below this article to give you a visual look at the Logos Quiz app, and also provide you with answers to the Logos Quiz levels from level 1 to 8.

You can also share your score on Facebook and Twitter, although we’d love to know if you’ve used videos to help you with Logos Quiz? How do you rate this app, and do you think it deserves a place at the top of the iTunes chart? It’s worth pointing out that getting the answers could ruin the experience, so proceed with caution that you might have more fun trying yourself.

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Written by Daniel Chubb

Daniel is the CEO of Dansway Communications LTD and founder of; a top blog dedicated to breaking tech news, hands-on reviews and delivers real solutions to everyday consumer electronics hang-ups.

Daniel now spends his time keeping an eye on the latest technology and business trends. Also developing other blogs/news sites in the entertainment and business industries.

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