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Randomizer Giveaway
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Android Giveaway of the Day - Randomizer

Have you ever held a drawing or contest and needed an easy, fair way to pick a winner?
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This giveaway offer has expired. Randomizer is now available on the regular basis.

►►NOW GET THE ELITE VERSION WITH EXTRA FEATURES FOR ONLY 1.99!
Additional features like EDITING & RENAMING lists, item SORTING, random NUMBERS, export with BACKUP & RESTORE, and a GRADUAL shuffle reveal mode!

Have you ever had trouble deciding something and wanted help? Have you ever held a drawing or contest and needed an easy, fair way to pick a winner? How about an argument with someone that needed to be decided by an unbiased source, more fail-safe than "rock, paper, scissors"? Randomizer allows you to keep any list for later, saving your precious time. Instead of tediously re-entering items into the randomizing list, simply press the load list button and your list is filled back in for you!

Randomizer has a simple three step process that can quickly solve any randomization need in a snap!

Step 1) Enter the desired options to randomize.

Step 2) Select a check-box to indicate whether you would like the items shuffled together or if you want Randomizer to pick a single item for you from the list.

Step 3) Simply shake your phone or press the big "Randomize!" button to submit and receive your result!

You can use Randomizer to:

-Shuffle Students in a Class
-Choose a Contest Winner
-Make a Simple Decision
-Answer a Yes or No Question
-Defuse a Debate
-Help Pick a Movie
-Figure Out Where to Go to Eat
ANYTHING!

Developer:

Kwixo Designs

Category:

Tools

Version:

2.2

Size:

1.7M

Rated:

Everyone

Compatibility:

1.5 and up

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I use random numbers frequently, but many (most?) random number generators have at least some small amount of bias. In other words, one generator may tend to give more high numbers than low numbers, or vice versa. One way to get around that, if you want to choose one out of N objects is to pick N random numbers using the same random number generator (remembering which order those came in), and select either the highest or the lowest of those... and find where that random was in the sequence. It helps to use a spreadsheet to remember all N random numbers along with their sequence numbers.

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