I like having a central place for Wikipedia, preferably something I can sync and read articles offline as well as change the theme. This app accomplished that but for some reason fails in the search and link handling departments. Links from the web seem to load in the app but then fail. Additionally the search function is loppy and it is not evident where to press. It often disappears too. Please fix these annoyances.
There is a problem I am facing since the beginning ..... The text where mathematical expressions are written is unrecognisable ... It is a computer language and doesnt look as is intended. I can provide screenshots for the same. Please look into it.
Please fix the app. I enjoy using this app very much and use it regularly for every single initial query I make about any subject. Nearly every subject I look up is covered and many are covered in extreme depth. The apps features mostly all work fine. I have noticed a tendency to crash when too many tabs are opened simultaneously or when hopping from hyperlink to hyperlink. However, the single biggest flaw is the reading list feature. Not only does it usually crash every time I try to create one but it also won't let me log in. So I can't edit anything, contribute anything or save any reading lists. This need to be fixed.
It's kinda stupid to have an account based application without the ability to reset the password on the application. Can't use this until that's changed. I don't care enough to go to the website.
This app simply don't load. Even when all of my other apps are running well this app shows ' no data connection'. Useless app
A good application. I loved it. A lots of information which can be carried away but nowadays with recent update it sucks..... It always shows me AN ERROR OCCURRED but earlier it was not the case please look into it
- Changing the wiki language now changes the app interface to that language
- Fixed sorting of reading lists, and other UI refinements
- Several crash and bug fixes
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