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Viki is the most beautiful way to get Wikipedia on iOS
Viki is the best way to read Wikipedia on your iOS device.
| March 8
Discover the world around you through Curiosity by Tamper
Learn more about the history around you with Curiosity, a sleek new Wikipedia app.
| January 1
Wikipedia for iOS now features lead images and lets you share text shots
Wikipedia Mobile for iOS has just been updated with a handful of new and noteworthy features.
| April 16
Wikipedia Mobile update brings a new design and editing capabilities
The official app of the online reference site has received its first update in more than a year.
| July 31
LookUp, A Quick And Elegant iPhone Dictionary, Goes Beyond Definitions
This light word lookup utility provides definitions, synonyms, etymologies, and Wikipedia pages.
| May 31
Cydia Tweak: How To Access A Dictionary, A Thesaurus And Wikipedia From Control Center
Define for iOS 7 brings a dictionary, thesaurus, and Wikipedia reader to Control Center.
| February 11
Wikipanion's iPhone And iPad Apps Get Flat, Minimalistic iOS 7 Redesigns
Wikipanion's iOS applications are the latest to have received a redesign for iOS 7.
| September 21
Find The Answers You Need With These iPhone Reference Apps
These iPhone reference apps will help you find the answers to your questions.
| July 13
Look At Wikipedia In A Beautiful New Way With Wikiweb
This app presents Wikipedia articles in a gorgeous, visual new way.
| August 1
At Long Last, Articles For iPad Receives Retina Update For The New iPad
With the release of a new update, Articles for iPad just got better in doing what it does best.
| April 5
Wikibot Lets You Customize Your Wikipedia Experience On Your iPhone Or iPad
Everyone loves reading on Wikipedia. Why not make the experience even better on your iPhone or iPad with Wikibot?
| June 17
ForeverMap Cuts The Cord And Will Get Better With Time
ForeverMap allows you to download maps to use when an Internet connection isn't available. The price is right, and the interface is smooth, but can it overcome hit-or-miss results in a still growing points of interest database?
Samuel L. Lytle
| March 29
Articles - The Wikipedia App Update Adds Text Search, AirPrint Support, And More
Articles, the sleek Apple Design Award winning Wikipedia app created by Sophiestication Software, was recently updated to v2.0, which brought with it a bunch of great new features and important fixes.
| February 3
Review: Wikipedia Offline - Alex Trebek Would Approve
Wikipedia Offline offers an incredibly deep resource that you can take anywhere- even without an internet connection. But does this extra productivity justify the hefty file size?
Samuel L. Lytle
| February 2
Turn Wikipedia Into A Magazine With Discover For iPad, Now Available In The App Store
Only four short days after we gave you a preview of Discover, Cooliris' nifty iPad app that turns Wikipedia into a digital magazine, it's now available in the App Store.
| August 2
Discover By Cooliris Turns Wikipedia Into A Magazine For iPad
If you have been looking for an engaging way to search and browse Wikipedia on your iPad, we think we may have found the perfect app for you, and its name is Discover.
| July 28
Articles For iPad On Sale For $.99 Until The Developers Are "Totally Happy" With It
The popular Wikipedia iPhone app, Articles, has been made into an iPad app, but the developers haven't been happy with its performance quite yet, so they have decided to put it on sale until they are. Their loss is your gain!
| April 7