LoboWiki - Wikipedia Reader

LoboWiki - Wikipedia Reader


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LoboWiki is an unofficial, comfortable Wikipedia reader & browser designed for Android 4.x (ICS / Ice Cream Sandwich) phones.

The main idea behind LoboWiki is to allow users to read Wikipedia articles in a distraction-free manner. It means that all the links you click are added to the reading queue, instead of being immediately opened.

Use the swipe gesture to move between articles in your reading queue!

LoboWiki is designed to be to simple, clean and user friendly (it's Holo!). It's not going to be a full-blown research tool - I'll focus on making it pleasure to use during longer, casual reading sessions.

The UI is currently available in English, Polish and Italian.

It's not optimized for tabet-sized devices!

Supported Wikipedia languages: English, Alemannisch, Azərbaycanca, Български, Česky, Dansk, Deutsch, eesti, euskara, español, français, hrvatski, Italiano, 日本語, Lietuvių, Latviešu, magyar, Nederlands, ‪norsk (nynorsk), ‪norsk (bokmål), polski, Português, română, Русский, Slovenčina, Slovenščina, Suomi, Svenska, Türkçe, Українська

LoboWiki is not affiliated with Wikipedia Foundation & Wikimedia.
LoboWiki does not collect any user data and personal information. It does not use any proxy servers - it retrieves all the data and articles directly from Wikipedia and Wikimedia servers.

Tags: offline wiki reader, lobowiki.

Recently changed in this version

- bug fixes (tables of contents, image thumbnails)

Comments and ratings for LoboWiki - Wikipedia Reader
  • (78 stars)

    by Phillip Rendely on 11/06/2014

    Great app. Would like to see it save reading position in articles instead of resetting to the top.

  • (78 stars)

    by Jean Bukuru on 09/05/2014

    Great app..keep it updated with more features

  • (78 stars)

    by Kiran Kuppa on 07/05/2014

    I like this app. I would have given it five complete stars if offline page caching is implemented for saved articles. I did not see that this feature is planned on the developer's Web sure. Hope this feature gets into his to do list.

  • (78 stars)

    by Chong Wang on 25/04/2014

    Great design and wonderful utility

  • (78 stars)

    by Stephen Rifkin on 12/04/2014

    Finally a wiki browser that doesn't force you open the stupid random article of the day. Queueing feature is great

  • (78 stars)

    by James Clarke on 31/03/2014

    Best Wikipedia browsing experience. Really nice job!

  • (78 stars)

    by Alexander Kiser on 18/03/2014

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