Browse a User-Friendly Version of Wikipedia with Articles
Ease of Use9
Digizip | On 26, May 2014
Articles takes the content from Wikipedia and makes it easier to read and browse.
Suitable for: AllPrice: FREE
Articles App Review
Just like visiting the Wikipedia website, the first thing you’ll want to do is search. As you type a search term, a list of suggestions will appear, usually with a featured image. Once you’ve opened an article, you can search further by tapping the magnifying glass icon next to the search box — an especially handy feature for long articles!
Similar to the Safari web browser, you can open up new pages as well as bookmark articles to read later. However it doesn’t save the article to your device, meaning you always have to have an internet connection to access it.
Apart from a few extra features, there’s really not much to love about Articles. If you use Wikipedia a lot, then you’d likely find the search function quite useful, but for occasional use we’ll be sticking with Safari or Chrome.