In conjuction with the announcement, Answers Corporation is today debuting its first iPhone app, a free fast-paced trivia game dubbed blufr.
The 10 millionth answer registered by the Israeli/US company came in response to the question: “Who was the first Native American to play pro-football?” (direct link).
The company points out that the answer to this question can improve over time as people contribute their knowledge by using the site’s “Improve” feature. Questions can also be discussed in Answers.com’s community forum and can easily be shared on social networking sites such as Facebook and Twitter.
Bob Rosenschein, CEO of Answers.com, also reveals in the press release that its community is now 5.5 million registered members strong.
Answers Corporation (previously GuruNet) owns and operates Answers.com. Answers.com is an advertising-supported Q&A and reference site aiming to be the internet’s “one stop shop” for information. WikiAnswers, previously known as FAQ Farm, was acquired by Answers Corporation in November 2006. It’s similar in concept to Yahoo Answers in that it’s a user-generated Q&A community, but unlike Yahoo Answers, WikiAnswers is in the form of a wiki. This allows users to change and hopefully improve old...