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Wikipedia has updated its official app and the updated app is now available for both iOS and Android platforms. The updated app brings many improvements and speedier performance to make the content available faster to the user. That means, the app takes lesser time to load, the content loads faster, the images appear quicker and on the whole, the app provides a snappy experience to the user.

The updated app is also redesigned with a fresh user interface (UI) to provide distraction free reading, highlighting the content. Features such as recent history and offline reading and editing on the go are added which make the user more involved with the content.

The following features are included in the updated official Wikipedia app:

– Speed: The native app allows users to browse and edit Wikipedia faster than ever before on mobile devices

– Editing: You can edit Wikipedia on the app even while being logged in or logged out

– Recent pages: Reading history is provided which makes it easy to navigate to as many links as possible and return back to any of the previously read articles

– Saved Pages: Save select pages for offline reading so that you can read them later anywhere without an internet connection

– Language support: The app allows seamless transition to reading Wikipedia written in another language

– Wikipedia Zero: Wikipedia has partnered with mobile network operators around the world to provide Wikipedia free of data charges to users in many of the developing and emerging countries

And as always, Wikipedia is free of charge and ads!

What do you think of the new features included in the official Wikipedia app? Give it a try and let us know what you think!

Download Wikipedia official app for iOS

Download Wikipedia official app for Android

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