Wikipedia should not need any introduction. It is an awesome site with a ton of content on almost any topic you can think of. Many folks use the site for their research while others just rely on it as an online encyclopedia. You could always visit Wikipedia on your iPhone or iPad using Safari. These 7 iPhone and iPad apps make using Wikipedia even more fun:
Wiki Offline: if you would like to download Wikipedia to your iPhone or iPad, you can’t go wrong with this app. You can download multiple offline databases. This supports article bookmarking as well.
Wikipanion Plus: not only lets you read Wikipedia like a pro on your iPhone, it allows you to add your favorite articles to a reading queue. You can even download articles for offline viewing.
Wikiweb: a beautiful Wikipedia reader that visualizes the links between Wikipedia articles.
Wikihood Plus: organizes the information in Wikipedia for almost any place in the world. It has an offline mode. It helps you figure out more about your local area.
Articles: an award winning Wikipedia reader for iPhone and iPad. It can find nearby places. You can save articles to read at a later time.
Wikibot: a superb Wikipedia reader with tabbed browsing and iCloud sync support. It offers offline caching and read-it-later queue capability. Works great on the iPad too.
Wikipedia on Map: uses the power of Wikipedia to show you what’s interesting all around you. It is social media friendly too.
What is your favorite Wikipedia application for iPhone or iPad? Please share it below.
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