On the day that Wikipedia has led the charge for blacking out Internet sites to oppose the legislation in Congress that attacks a free Internet, they have also released their official Android app. Available in the Android Market, this official app allows you to save an article for reading later or offline, search articles nearby, share articles using the built-in Android “Share” function, read an article in a different language, and full-screen search.
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