5 Awesome Wikipedia Apps for iPad

Wikipedia is one of the best sites to use to learn about new topics. You can find something about almost any topic on the site. Wikipedia is easily accessible through your web browser. These 5 iPad apps make going through the content on the site easier:


Wikibot: one of the best Wikipedia readers around with support for iCloud syncing. You get tabbed browsing and multiple languages. This is a universal application.


WikiLinks: it shows you connections between Wikipedia articles. The app has overs 200 Wikipedia languages to choose from.  It supports offline browsing.



Articles: a pretty user-friendly tool to rely on for your Wikipedia research. Just enter a search term to get started. It has gesture-based controls and an elegant design. It can teach you a thing or two about your local area too.


Wiki Offline: you don’t have to be connected to the Internet to access Wikipedia content. Not when you have this application installed on your tablet.


Wikipanion: lets you search Wikipedia entries and go through them on your iPad. It keeps track of your history and has a dictionary tool too. Bookmarking is supported also.

What are your favorite Wikipedia iPad apps?


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