1. shyhermit's Avatar
    I am looking for a Wikipedia app that includes an offline version of the database so that the app can function entirely offline.

    Obviously, it will not be a complete datadump of the entire Wikipedia, but it should include the most important articles and be of sufficient completeness.

    I have looked at these apps: All of Wiki (out of date), Wiki Offline (crashes a lot), Wiki Offline 2 (subscription only), Minipedia (too many missing articles), Wiki Offline Pro (out of date).

    What are other Wikipedia apps that I should try? Please post your suggestions and experience.

    [16-Aug-2015] Bigeric23, Agree that the online real-time client is always superior. However, I am in need of a client app with complete offline access, as I plan to use it in locations where there is no Wi-Fi or cellular access. That was the motivation behind my original question.
    Last edited by shyhermit; 08-16-2015 at 09:54 PM.
    08-16-2015 12:36 AM
  2. Bigeric23's Avatar
    I'm not a huge Wikipedia fan, but the applications I have tried have never worked all that great, so it's easier for me just to use it online via a browser.
    08-16-2015 11:15 AM

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