Beautiful article display with quick facts panel. App includes smart table of contents, one tap/swipe away and static header showing the currently read section.
Interactive maps showing articles around you. You're able to browse articles around you on a map
Smarter search in multiple languages. You're able to multi-language search (up to 3 languages simultaneously)
What is it about?
Wikiwand is a fast and powerful Wikipedia app for your iPhone. With Wikiwand, users can quickly search and find what they're looking for thanks to the multi-language search tool. It also boasts a quick facts panel in case you just want to know the important bits of info in a fast moment, and it includes a superb in-article search so you can look for keywords and facts. This is the best option to consider if you want responsiveness and efficiency.
Why we love it
Wikiwand is one of the fastest Wikipedia apps out there, and it makes Wiki reading efficient, quick, and fun.
App Store Description
Wikiwand’s Wikipedia reader is the fastest way to find answers on Wikipedia. Quickly access information on the go using Wikiwand’s powerful multi-language search, quick facts panel, link previews and in-article search, presented in a beautiful award-winning interface.
• Multi-language search (up to 3 languages simultaneously)
• Amazingly accurate search results with pictures
• Different icons for people, locations, films, music, etc.
• Perform a Google search for articles in one tap
• In-article text search capability
• Pre-loading of articles for immediate access
• Convenient quick facts panel
• Smart table of contents, one tap/swipe away
• Static header showing the currently read section
• Quick preview for links without leaving the article
• Easily toggle articles between your preferred languages
• Sleek and intuitive user-interface
• Clean article display with beautiful typography
• Immersive photo gallery with filmstrip navigation
• Interactive maps for countries, cities and other venues
• Browse articles around you on a map
Wikiwand has been featured on TechCrunch, Mashable, Lifehacker, Gizmodo, Fast Company, Yahoo, The Next Web and dozens of others.