The History of Everything

4.2
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About this app

The History of Everything is a vertical timeline that allows you to navigate, explore, and compare events from the Big Bang to the birth of the Internet. Events are beautifully illustrated and animated.

The concept for this app was inspired by the Kurzgesagt video, Time: The History & Future of Everything.

The app is open source!

Here's the announcement: https://medium.com/2dimensions/the-history-of-everything-981d989e1b45
Updated on
Dec 26, 2018

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4.2
2.85K reviews
A Google user
February 23, 2020
Great app. Perfect for finding important events in history. Just wish it had era names in the top-right corner (Middle Ages, Neolithic Era, etc.), and it only has a few historical entries. No french revolution, Chinese inventions or dynasties, etc. And, I would like to be able to see only 1 Country or continent's timeline, instead of it all being joined together. Overall, it's great, but it could be better.
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Nishant
May 16, 2020
I really love the app. It does what it says with beautiful animations. Currently I'm on the Humans section in the second chapter 'Life On Earth'. I want more apps like this from the devs. I like that every topic section provides just enough details about it but some of the topics had very little information. One thing which really annoys me is the inability to select a word to copy or open in WordWeb. Please make another app like this.
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A Google user
June 9, 2019
I think it would be a nice idea to have button to automatically go to the next or previous event. Because a lot of time you are endlessly scrolling and feels a bad design choosing. I think maybe it's maked that way to remark the long time it took for something important to happen. Maybe you could make and animation with the button that rapidly scrolls in 2 seconds or 3 to the next event as maximum. Lover kutzgesagt and the app ❤️
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What's new

Improved scrolling performance for search results.
Some other minor fixes.