Get Wikipedia on Your Mobile Phone

A Life­hack­er post remind­ed me to spread the word about the newish mobile ver­sion of Wikipedia. Sim­ply book­mark this page ( on your wire­less device, and you can then research all of your ques­tions on the fly. When did the French final­ly get rid of Robe­spierre? What’s the gist of Ein­stein’s spe­cial the­o­ry of rel­a­tiv­i­ty? Where is Bhutan? You can fig­ure it all out wher­ev­er you are.

I’m not sure how this mobile page looks on var­i­ous mobile devices. But I can report that it looks a‑ok on the iPhone. iPhone users can also use the new Wikipedia Mobile app that’s now avail­able in the iTunes store.

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