You asked, so we built it: Synced reading lists for Wikipedia’s Android and iOS apps
Users on both apps can now bookmark articles, organize them into lists of articles, and share those lists across devices.
Building for the future of Wikimedia with a new approach to partnerships
The Wikipedia Zero program will end in 2018 while new partnership opportunities will continue to address critical barriers to participation in free knowledge around the world
How Wikimedia helped mobile web readers save on data
Photos are a ubiquitous element of Wikipedia's most popular and highest quality articles, and this change means that your phone will only load images as you scroll down a page, rather than on opening a page.
Android app now offers new ways to browse Wikipedia and find trending, recommended articles
The updated Wikipedia app for Android features a completely redesigned home screen, now including the explore feed, in addition to other new features and improvements.
New Wikipedia app for iOS puts the joy of exploration in your hand
Our new Wikipedia app for iOS features major design and usability improvements, including the new Explore feed.
Children in Mali can now read Wikipedia offline, thanks to MALebooks e-readers
MALebooks e-readers provide an offline library to children in Mali, including the French version of Wikipedia and over 4,000 educational books. This experimental project addresses the serious lack of books for children in Mali, and is made possible by Kiwix developers, Wikimedia Switzerland and other supporters.