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Read Wikipedia offline with WikiTaxi

Posted on: August 14, 2008

Do you love wikipedia? Do you like to spend your afternoon reading some or the other topics from Wikipedia? (increasing your knowledge, undoubtly) What would you do if you are stuck at a place with no internet connection. Can’t think about it eh?

Here WikiTaxi comes to your rescue — It is a portable application that delivers the Wikipedia of your choice to wherever you go.

WikiTaxi enables you to read, search, and browse Wikipedia offline. No Internet connection is needed, all pages are stored in a WikiTaxi database. Because Wikipedia is constantly growing, WikiTaxi uses compression to make sure that the database stays reasonably small. The huge English Wikipedia easily fits on a 8 GB memory stick.

WikiTaxi is up to date. It works with the original Wikipedia database dumps, which are updated regularly every few weeks or so. If you feel that your offline Wikipedia is getting to old, you can go online to download a more recent version or just copy it from a friend.

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You can get WikiTaxi here.

 

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