Wikipedia is the world foremost website for information and knowledge of all things possible. *If you want to access it or edit it (if you are registered with Wikipedia) here are *6 free apps for mobiles with their reviews.</p>

Wikipedia: for Android, iOS(named Wikipedia Mobile) and Blackberry:</p>

This is official Wikipedia app and *displays Wikipedia in 280-odd languages. *You can share the information using the Share function while another useful- Search Nearby, *gives you information about events happening nearby using Geo-tagging. (The map is built on OpenSteetMaps using MapQuest tiles.) The UI *is easy, *no-frills and has full screen search function which helps find pages quickly. The Homepage displays article of the day.</p>

The problem is that this *app is *read-only version and does not support logging in.</p>

Wikipedia beta for Android</p>

This is a beta version (v1.4) for Android. *It has all the functions of above app plus a night theme called Solarized Dark and the search bar auto hides after a few moments. The new typography adds to the appeal of the UI. Languages like *Arabic *that are read right-to-left have better support in this version. *However a word of caution, this is still a beta version and spring some surprises.</p><div></div>

<div style="text-align: center"> *Wikitrack Screenshot</div></p>

<div>Wikitrack for Android</div><div>This is *basically a tracking software for Wiki editors who want to keep track of thier *own work. *You can log in to Wikipedia and access the 'Contributions' and 'Watchlist' part of your dashboard. The App is light and fast and is free and ad free. *However only English is supported as of now with different versions for Tamil, SanskritKannada and Malayalam *Wikipedias.</div></p>

<div>LoboWiki - Wikipedia Reader for Android Ice Cream Sandwich (V4.x): This app is optimized for ICS with HOLO, Google's theme recommended *for apps running on ICS and later versions. It supports 30 languages including English. The UI is neat and tailor *made for long reading. Inter Wiki links are queued and can be accessed without need of loading the already searched pages.</div></p>

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Wikipedia for Windows screenshot</p>

<div style="text-align: left">Wikipedia for Windows Phone : This app *is most colourful and aesthetically appealing of all apps listed. It supports 100 languages and uses Windows Phones tiling system to max with every *tile having accented colours. This app also support inter wiki surfing and *a search function, displays nearby locations, enables sharing of pages and an offline mode. You can bookmark your favourite Wikipedia pages.</div></p>

<div style="text-align: left">This app is developed by Indie developers</div></p>

<div style="text-align: left">Tablet Browser for Wikipedia for Android: *As the name suggest *this app is for tablets running *Honeycomb, Ice cream Sandwich and Jelly Bean OS. *The default language is English with limited support for other languages. You can re-size the page using pinch-zoom.</div><div style="text-align: left">This is it, keep you posted for further developments.</div></p><div style="text-align: left">Via</div>