A new app from Wikipedia called “Articles” has now hit the App Store for only $2.99. The app has some amazing features including a multi-page interface similar to the way Mobile Safari works, location-based article viewing, and a photo viewer that can copy photos and even save them to your camera roll. Tweetie 2 is a pull-down menu on the app which allows you to set the orientation for viewing according to your convenience.
The app has a great presentation with readable, clear text that is arranged very well. You can scroll between sections by double-tap and drag action. This app is a good choice for multi-lingual iPhone users who want to access Wikipedia as the app has been localized in Spanish, Japanese, French, Italian, Dutch, and German.
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