Top 5 Online List Randomizers

Online list randomizers are handy and they are useful in many ways. Using these tools you can pick the winners randomly for a blog competition like ‘Retweet and Win’ kind.

If you are If you are randomizing a number, you can try Randomizer. Below I mentioned Top 5 Online List Randomizers for your reference.

#1 – List Randomizer

This form allows you to arrange the items of a list in random order. The randomness comes from atmospheric noise, which for many purposes is better than the pseudo-random number algorithms typically used in computer programs.

#2 Raffle King

Raffle King is a new one to me. In this site, you have to provide names separated by comma and then it will provide you a single name out of the list as winner.

Raffle King

#3 Text Mechanic

Text Mechanic is a collection of free, online, browser-based, text manipulation tools. All tools require javascript to be enabled. It also consists of tools like Baby Name Combination Generator and Permutation Generator.

Text Mechanic

#4 The Alphabetizer

Alphabetize lists and much more. The Alphabetizer puts just about any list in alphabetical order. A great tool for alphabetizing song lists. You can also randomize a set of words.

The Alphabetizer

#5 ClassTools allows you to create free educational games, activities and diagrams in a Flash! Host them on your own blog, website or intranet! Allows you to randomize interactively.


Do you know any other cool online list randomizer? Please share it in the comments!

27 thoughts on “Top 5 Online List Randomizers”

  1. Thanks for sharing the post, I now know where to go, if I need to pick anything randomly.

  2. Thanks for posting. But besides for raffles, when or where or how do I use randomizers for my blog?

  3. I know only Useful tools particularly if you have contests running on your blog.

    Thanks for the share.

  4. Love these generators. They may help me get a few posts up and running I have sitting in drafts!

  5. Interesting, I was just thinking about this topic few days back and wonder where to find the source. Good that you’ve written this. Have you tried any of them personally? Any signups or details required to use them?

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  6. Nice collection Pradeep. I have only used and never tried to find any other list randomizer.


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