Great, just needs configurable storage Lovely implementation of the personal wiki idea. Using MarkDown formatted plain text files is highly appreciated. I'll give five stars when it's possible to define the location of its files, and have multiple wikis.
Fantastic, simple, fast Among my most useful apps. And fast. 5 stars because it's best in class, though far from perfect. I guess wiki editors aren't that popular, but to me they're often far more valuable than note apps. Some things lacking: Search. Keyboard shortcuts like cut and paste. Multiple users. DropBox sync is seamless, but entries arrive as unlinked txt files. Still, for a single-user, simple wiki editor that literally loads in one second, this is the winner.
Good, but a bit frustrating This app has been a serious help to me since I installed it...until recently, when it began refusing to sync. It may be a problem with my phone, but everything else connects just fine. I uninstalled and re-installed it; no change. It still works perfectly on my tablet, and the PC app that goes with it is also performing well. For that and the possibility that it's bits of my phone's code coming loose instead of bits of the app, it keeps four stars. It's a little frustrating having to carry the tablet if I want to view the most up-to-date versions of my notes, though.
Needs improvement The basic functionality there but I can't link local images no matter the past I try: fully qualified, locally referenced to wiki folder, et al
A lot of potential With a little more polish this could be awesome. It has some annoying bugs/idiosyncrasies right now.
A fabulous little program, which I have been using for about five years, across many versions of Android. Dropbox sync with my PC is seamless. Fast, powerful, & easy to use.
Fixed special characters bug in text of pages (hopefully), and pulled changeset from NikolausL which fixes special characters in the title.