Upvise Mobile Wikipedia - Upvise Mobile WikipediaImagine having the entire knowledge of the largest collaborative encyclopedia in the world at your fingertips, anytime, anywhere. Just type in any word on your mobile and download instantly the entire Wikipedia article specially formatted for your mobile device. You can also bookmark any article to create a list of favorites in your Upvise web account.
More than 2 Millions articles are available from this mobile version of Wikipedia. It makes the Upvise Mobile Wikipedia application an very useful tool not only for reference content, but also it is the biggest online free dictionary you can imagine for your mobile phone.
Search: Type in a word and get the corresponding Wikipedia article with a table of contents and the full text of each section.
Multiple Language support: search in the English, German, Spanish, French, Italian
Starred Articles: Star an article to save it and easily go back to all your starred articles.
Web Account Synchronization of your Starred articles all your starred articles are synchronized with your web account. You can manage and read them on your desktop as well
Hyperlinks: You can click on the links embedded in articles to download other articles.
Bandwith optimization: All articles download are compressed in order to optimize your bandwtidh usage
Optimal reading experience: choose between 3 different font sizes, and use page by page formating for an optimal reading experience
The mobile user story:
Search a knowledge base on the spot
“ I was having lunch with a friend and in the middle of our conversation, a question came up: "What was the name of that actor in the film Titanic ". Well, I brought out my phone, keyed in the word 'Titanic 'and there - in a few seconds - was the answer to our question. ”
Your Wikipedia bookmarked articles on your computer
WISDOM QUOTES GUIDLINES Wisdom is the quality or state of being wise; knowledge of what is true or right . is the repetition of someone else's statement or thoughts. Quotation marks are punctuation marks used in text to indicate the words of another speaker or writer. Both of these words are sometimes abbreviated as "quote(s)"