5 bots to try this week: Azkarbot, HoverPin, Ice Cream, Statistics Bot, and Kweri

This photo shows The HoverPin chatbot helps people "discover hidden gems" around them like this Dr. Seuss-themed restaurant in Fort Collins, Colorado.

Here are the five most popular bots this past week, as they appear on Botlist: Azkarbot, HoverPin, Ice Cream, Statistics Bot, and Kweri. Give them a try and let us know what you think.

5. Kweri
Kweri asks you questions of brilliance and stupidity. Provide correct answers to win. Type ‘Y’ for yes and ‘N’ for no!

Available on Kik, Messenger, Skype, Slack, Telegram

4. Statistics Bot
Statistics Bot is a advanced statistic tracking bot for your server, it tracks a number of different events. %serverstats Displays statistics for current server %aboutstats Displays a description of statistics bot %globalstats Displays global statistics for all servers %help Displays help for statistics bot %invitestats Displays & generates an invite link for statistics bot The bot fully supports renaming your server, and gives a nice message when you add it to your server instructs you on how to use it. The bot is not obtrusive and will only message when you want it to.

Available on Discord

3. Ice Cream
Ice Cream Add Ice Cream A Multi-function bot with fun commands! Features: Love Calculator. Music Features Fun Commands Moderation Features 8ball (I trust it) Server info (Displays info about server) Yoda Speak Cleverbot Dice Roll What are you waiting for? Add Ice Cream today!

Available on Discord

2. HoverPin
Our mission is to help you discover the world in a totally unique way by revealing out-of-the-ordinary places, events, and people where you are and where you wish to visit.

Available on Messenger

1. Azkarbot

This bot reminds Muslims when it’s time for morning and evening prayers and suggests readings.

Available on Messenger

Popularity of the top 5 bots on Botlist is based on web traffic to individual bots’ pages appearing on the site. This week’s rankings were for the period June 5 – June 11, 2017.

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