I use this every night. Wish I could export/import my queue and sometimes tables/images don't show up correctly in the dark theme... but otherwise it's great.
Best app ever! This is not just my favourite Wikipedia client. This is my favourite app in the Store! Excellent UI, magnificent usability with the background queuing links, and fast and efficient support from the developer. If it had a premium version, I'd buy it.
Nice Wikipedia Reader Has nice set of options and offline saving of articles. But there is no way to remove articles from list unless you open then and tick turn Read. After that no way to recover them too.
Great concept, beautiful execution excellent navigation and customization, beautiful reading without excess complexity. Great support. Simply terrific for studying topics as they wander about on Wikipedia. The rendering is beautiful. Love the export links option with its Google Drive integration. I always go back to it when I want to study a topic in Wikipedia as it meanders across articles.
Love it What I love the most about it is how it saves the the links for reading later on so you can continue with what you are reading. In essence it let's you have a reading list. Interface is simple no nonsense and easy and slick. Gets sliiiiightly buggy if you minimise and then click on an article sometimes (it jumps to a different article instead). One of my favourite APS.
Tour de force Revolutionary queueing system and impeccable design principles allow for the most comfortable reading experience possible on Android. Strength in its simplicity and efficiency. Wishlist: bulk queue clearing capability.
- fix - images not loading
- layout fixes - tables of contents, footers
- new Wikipedia language added: Esperanto
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