Official Wikipedia Android App Now Available

Official Wikipedia Android App Now Available

Wikipedia is the free encyclopedia containing more than 20 million articles in 280 languages, and is the most comprehensive and widely used reference work humans have ever compiled. The WikiMedia Foundation finally gives us Android users a new, simple method of searching one of the most popular sites on the internet.

 

v1.0 of the application requires Android v2.2 (Froyo) and won’t take up much space with a size of 558k. Get it now at the link below

[app]org.wikipedia[/app]

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11 Comments

  1. Ron
    January 19, 15:17 Reply

    It’s a shame they didn’t read the official Android design guide: 
    http://developer.android.com/design/index.html

    I won’t give it 5 stars until they fix that stupid iOS icon. Why do developers think they can continue to get away with this? iOS icons look like rubbish on my Home screen when sitting next to thoughtfully-compliant icons.

    • Swamykant
      January 20, 01:03 Reply

      Hi Ron. 

      Thanks for sharing that link. 

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