Tagged: wikipedia

‘V for Wikipedia’ (Formerly called Viki) is Spectacular Way to Experience Wikipedia

Update: 8 months after this article was published, the app has changed its name from Viki to V for Wikipedia. Wikipedia is one of the best sources of information and knowledge available on the web today. You can spend hours together going through the content available there, and the interlinked pages make sure there’s always something available for you to read. However, Wikipedia’s UI and reading experience don’t really do the content any justice. That’s exactly why we enjoy apps...

Inquire (Formerly Curiosity) — Discover the World Around You

Curiosity is a very elegantly crafted Wikipedia reader for iPhone, built by the duo at Tamper. Curiosity lets you discover, explore and learn about the world around you, powered by the buckets of information provided by Wikipedia. To say that Curiosity is just a Wikipedia reader for iPhone though is severely understating the power and elegance of this app. Curiosity at its core allows you to read the vast amount of information and topics from Wikipedia. However, how it lets...

das Referenz — Wikipedia on your iPad

das Referenz is the newest app by the folks at Raurief, who have previously released apps beautiful apps like Partly Cloudy and Scantastic. After winning us over with an impressive weather app and a stunning PDF scanning app, Raurief has now released an iPad app for browsing Wikipedia. das Referenz is an absolutely elegant Wikipedia app for iPad that vastly improves the experience of reading the abundance of content on it. das Referenz puts a heavy focus on Typography with...

Lipstick Wikipedia: Articles for iPhone

You already know Articles is a good looking app, we reviewed it on SA, and have probably even bought it by now. But Brandon had a different take on its user interface, which I thought was fitting for a discussion on Beautiful Pixels. I’ll be leaving my comments, in the comments. – Ed I’ve had mixed feelings about Sophiestication’s software in the past. The look of Groceries was great, but certain design choices never made sense. I hate wood grain...