5 Awesome Wikipedia Clients for iPad

Wikipedia is an awesome website. You can learn a lot by going through its content. The site already looks decent on desktop and mobile computers. But these 5 Wikipedia clients for iPad help you browse Wikipedia content more conveniently:


das Referenz: provides you with Wikipedia content in a sleek user interface. It lets you interact with Wikipedia content using gestures. You get visual previews in search, HD images, map pop-ups, and plenty of more features.


WikiLinks: an elegant app that provides you with new material to read. It has a 2D mind map to keep track of your paths. The app offers YouTube video integration, bookmarking, full text search, and more.


Wikipanion Plus: helps you track your favorite Wikipedia articles and become a more productive researcher. You can also download entries for offline reading.


Minipedia: lets you access Wikipedia articles even when you don’t have access to an Internet connection. You get search results as you type. You can change text size, take screenshots, and do a whole lot more.


Wikiweb: this app visualizes the connections between articles to help you do your research more effectively. The app lets you share articles with others easily.

What are your favorite Wikipedia apps?

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