1. How Wikimedia helped mobile web readers save on data

    Photo by Abigail Ripstra, CC BY-SA 4.0.

    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.... Read more

  2. The most popular browser

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    Looking at the internet through the lens of Wikimedia.... Read more

  3. Android app now offers new ways to browse Wikipedia and find trending, recommended articles

    Mobile app screenshot, CC BY-SA 3.0.

    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.... Read more

  4. Providing timely, relevant information on Wikipedia mobile apps

    Underlying photo via Dribbble, modified by the Wikimedia Foundation.

    The mobile apps team at the Wikimedia Foundation is introducing and looking for input on a new prototype for the iOS app to help Wikipedia readers find and access relevant, timely information on mobile devices. ... Read more

  5. Uploading and categorizing your Android’s photos on Wikimedia Commons just got easier

    Photo by Redd Angelo, public domain/CC0.

    The Upload to Commons Android app has been improved with geolocated category suggestions.... Read more

  6. New Wikipedia app for iOS puts the joy of exploration in your hand

    The welcome screen when you first open the new Wikipedia app for iOS. Photo by Benjamin Child, public domain/CC0.

    Our new Wikipedia app for iOS features major design and usability improvements, including the new Explore feed.... Read more

  7. Wikimedia and zero rating: clear principles for free knowledge

    Photo by Victor Grigas, freely licensed under CC BY-SA 3.0.

    The Wikimedia Foundation works to expand free and open access to knowledge everywhere, including areas where affordable access to the internet is a fundamental barrier. In some regions, the Foundation has utilized “zero-rating” to make mobile traffic to Wikipedia and the Wikimedia sites entirely free. This approach removes the barrier of cost for those wishing to read, learn, and contribute t... Read more

  8. Discover more on Wikipedia with new navigation features for Android app

    Photo by  Dmitry Brant , freely licensed under CC BY-SA 4.0.

    Ever become lost while browsing Wikipedia? The Wikipedia app for Android now includes new navigation features, making it easier than ever to explore the sum of all knowledge.... Read more

  9. Wikimedia’s new developer-friendly trademark guidelines for apps


    Our new app guidelines, based on our Trademark Policy, make it easier than ever to use Wikimedia Foundation trademarks and content in apps. The guidelines are accessible and clearly lay out practical examples for app developers to encourage innovation using Wikimedia material... Read more

  10. Wikimedia strategy consultation shows potential in mobile, rich content, and translations

    Photo by Martin Fisch, freely licensed under CC BY-SA 2.0.

    The consultation, conducted in February and March of this year, asked users to answer two questions to help define the Foundation’s strategy and how it should respond to future trends.... Read more