While your attention might just have been grabbed because you’re already using the free and official Wikipedia app on your iPhone, the app in focus here has a great deal different to offer!
Wikiweb comes across as a striking app instantly because the way it churns out articles for you in gorgeous typeset. Of course, that’s not the end of story. Starting the app takes you to a blank screen, where you tap and type your search query. Wikiweb presents you with the match (or matches), and tapping once more takes you to a visual web that gets sprawled on the screen.
Essentially, if you’re aware of how some online dictionaries present you with a word web that has two similar words connected, you will know what Wikiweb has something substantial to offer. The ‘web’ shows all the articles that are linked thematically, so that you can easily get to what you’re looking for, or more! Just hold a particular node to open the article.
Endowing Wikipedia on your mobile with a completely different feel, Wikiweb lets you share the article by a tweet or an e-mail. Perhaps the only deterrent here is its $4.99 price, but given that the app is both appealing and uniquely informative, you might want to spare 5 bucks for the beautiful experience of the world’s most popular and biggest online encyclopedia.
Get Wikiweb on your iPhone here !
Courtesy: The Next Web