Encyclopedia is an offline Wikipedia reader for your iPhone or iPod touch—which means that after you install it, it downloads a hefty 2GB of data to your iPhone for offline searching and viewing. Encyclopedia costs $US8 from the App Store, but you can get an early version for free with wikipedia-iphone if you're jailbroken. Don't plan on going offline? Try previously mentioned Wikipanion. Thanks Jim!
Encyclopedia Puts The Entirety Of Wikipedia On Your iPhone
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