Official Wikipedia App for Android Available for Download

While at one side Wikipedia along with many other sites having a black-out today to register their protest against the SOPA and PIPA anti-piracy bills, Wikipedia has launched its official application for Android.

Long awaited Wikipedia app is launched with a range of useful features and is available for free download in the Android Market. The app allows the readers to save an article to read it offline at a later time or date, search for nearby articles, share articles with friends using Android’s in-built “Share” function and also users can read a given article in a number of different supported language. Moreover, users can make searches in a full-screen mode, allowing users to have maximum visual real-estate in the pursuit to locate the key article.

All those users who are always find themselves in a quest to track down more and more knowledge related to different subjects, this app is a must have as this offer them a smooth and effortless access to their much sought-after content on the web. The five-star ranking is offered to this young app from all those users who have already had their hands on it. It is worth noting here that the today’s blackout won’t have any impact on the mobile devices, particularly those filtering through Wiki sites.

Download Wikipedia for Android [Market link]

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