Read and Save Wikipedia Articles on Android Using Wikidroid App

Getting knowledge in this Internet era is the easiest thing you can get. Whole world relies on some best sources for getting correct and in-depth knowledge on internet, Wikipedia tops this list. Now Wikipedia offer their whole content on Android smartphones for Free(providing information for free is Wikipedia strategy). With this app you can view all of Wikipedia’s articles formatted perfectly for your device in a fast and sleek interface.

This app displays the, featured articles daily on its home page along with the search option. Users can search any article by just single tap. The interface is designed in such a way, that it gives a feel of reading book directly. Here are detailed features for this app.

Wikidroid App Features:

– Live search suggestions to enable readers search articles direct from Wikipedia database.
– Voice search, to search Wikipedia using voice commands.
– Supports all Wikipedia languages
– Jump to a random article feature is the worth trying. As you can get different type of information to enhance your knowledge direct from the app
– Add bookmarks + home screen shortcuts to articles for quick access.
– Wikipedia articles can be saved directly to SD card for free, so that users can read those articles at anytime, thus helping users to gain information even when internet is not accessible.
– Quick Search Box integration & a search widget
– Copy text from articles to make notes and your high school or college project.
– Full screen mode to read article with comfort
– Quick language swap button to read articles in your native or other languages. It can also help you to learn different languages.
– Non-obtrusive advertising, yes it is true, this app is 100% free from ads like Wikipedia itself.

Wikidroid For Wikipedia App Deep Details:

User Base: 2 million+ users worldwide
File Size: 372KB for Android
Prices: Free
User Ratings: 4.4+ star average user rating
Download Links: for Android only

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