note : here are a variety of text and shape wheel spinners if you need even more complex option makers .
1. Google’s Flip a Coin
This is a childlike throw located on top of Google research results .
- Visit https://google.com or type “flip a coin” into any Google Search.
- Wait for the flip.
- Get the result.
- Click Flip Again to start the process over.
Tip: Tap on the down arrow below the mint graphic to see more tools, like a Metronome, Roll a Die, Spinner, Calculator, Meditate, and Color Picker.
Reading: Five Free Online Coin-Flipping Tools
2. Just Flip a Coin
This is a screen-sized flip that auto-starts upon arrival at the web site .
- Visit https://justflipacoin.com/.
- The coin will flip upon arrival. You will also see how many times the coin has been tossed.
- You can click Flip Again to instigate a new flip.
- Tap Facebook or Twitter buttons to share the coin button.
Tip: Scroll down and change the coin ’ s color from gray to white, bolshevik, purple, blue, or greens .
This is a simple heads or tails simulator with statistics tracking and random flip. You can besides long-press and then release to simulate flipping energy .
- Visit https://flipsimu.com.
- Adjust the settings to customize text, images, quantity, colors, and sound.
- Choose which flip type you want. There are three: 1) just flip, 2) test your intuition, and 3) test your luck.
- Click the Flip It button or press and hold to simulate flipping energy.
Tip: Customize the coins you flip. You can change the text and colors for heads and/or tails. You can see below how I customized FlipSimu to reflect my wife and I. What a great way to win an argument, eh ?
4. Random.org’s Coin Flipper
This is a virtual coin flipper that derives the randomness of the somersault from atmospheric randomness.
- Visit https://www.random.org/coins.
- Select a coin type. Random.org offers novelty coins, antique coins, Austrian, Australian, and Brazilian coins, among others.
- Decide how many times you want to flip the coins (1-200 times).
- Click the Flip Coin(s) button.
Tip: Want to see your own coins tossed ? Send gamey timbre coin pictures to Random.org. I ’ m considering sending them a panamanian penny, known as a centesimo .
5. ESL Kids Games’ Classroom Coin Flip
This is another flipper that can go fully screen and features the U.S. 1998 quarter .
- Visit https://eslkidsgames.com/classroom-coin-flip.
- Enlarge to full screen.
- Click the Flip the Coin button.
The interface is simple enough for anyone to use. An add bonus ? It keeps path of how many times the mint came up heads or tails. This record can be handy in a disagreement or in a mathematics lesson .
RandomWordGenerator’s Coin Flip has an supernumerary choice that provides background data on randomness. You can besides read tidbits of information about mint flipping you may not know about.
I hope these digital tools assist you in finding your way through any situation. If you happen to have another resource, email me at [email protected] or drop it in the comments .