Review EveryWiki: Wikipedia++
All the wikis in one app
Author: Vlad Popa
Date: 02 Apr 2017, tested on Samsung Galaxy Note 3 Neo
Intuitive interface, neat design, completely free, no ads
EveryWiki: Wikipedia++ for Android is an app that provides simple access to all the usual and unusual sites that comprise the Wikipedia network. Users are able to find a wide range of articles regarding almost any topic from video games, TV shows, movies, to literature and even philosophy through the simple and intuitive interface that the app uses. These articles are converted into a pleasant and readable format that is readily accessible to almost any mobile device.
The powerful and swift search feature is the main function of the app. A simple search can bring up almost any article found on the wiki network. These articles can be saved and brought up at a later point when the need or interest arises. Another powerful tool available to users is the random article. It can bring up just about any kind of article, be it funny, useful or perhaps merely a few interesting facts that can be of use at some point in time.
The app features a few personalization options, such as the black theme and text options. With these users can set their preference to allow for easier reading and can even reduce strain on their eyes.
Overall EveryWiki is a great app; though it will be the most useful to those who enjoy reading. It opens up plenty of topics to discover, explore and study; through the search engine and the random articles provided. No matter what your interests are this app will always have something worth reading.