Kiwix 4+

Wikimedia CH

    • 4.2 • 9 Ratings
    • Free


The best of the free Web! For free! Offline!

Kiwix enables you to have the whole of Wikipedia (and many other Web sites like TED talks, Stack Exchange, Gutenberg Project library, WikiHow, Khan Academy, freeCodeCamp, Youtube channels and thousands of others) available wherever you go! On a boat, in the middle of nowhere, or when data charges are too high, Kiwix gives you access to the whole human knowledge for free. You don't need Internet, everything is stored on your mobile device! Offline!

Once Kiwix installed, then download the offline Web site of your choice; either in Kiwix directly or using a third-party app by accessing our completely free online library

Enjoy best Kiwix features:
* Full local and remote library
* Multi Tabs View Browser
* Fulltext Search Engine
* Easy Navigation via TOC
* Article export to PDF
* Share via Social Networks
* Bookmarks
* Available and localized in many languages

What’s New

Version 3.4.0

- Empty screen after re-opening ZIM home page
- improved favicons
- bookmark titles for non html content
- exporting PDF content
- tab update after unlinkning a ZIM file
- several video issues
- link handling for new tabs and mails
- optimised reading of large content
- Translations
- to libkiwix 13.1.0-4
- minimum version to mac 13

Ratings and Reviews

4.2 out of 5
9 Ratings

9 Ratings

the greatest and awesomest ,

Ui a bit messy

Zim is great for offline storing, but the ui took a while to figure out. For example, I wanted to delete a file. Since I couldn’t find a delete button, I went into the files app and manually deleted it, but it still didn’t go away. Then after a while, I realized I had to long press tabs and hit library and then long press the file and hit unlink. My sister, who installed it for bulbapedia because she plays emulators offline, deleted it in one second because she couldn’t figure anything out, and then I had to install it and do everything for her.

anonymouse293018 ,

The entire internet in the palm of your hand

Even though this takes up 50gb for me, it's much worth it. You can read about the history of poptarts, random grammatical rules, or really just anything on the internet, without the internet. I highly recommend Kiwix to anyone with a few dozen gigabytes to store, especially if they don't have a reliable internet connection. I'd also like to add that if it crashes a lot while searching, switch to "Matches" for your search engine, it takes longer but i find it to be more reliable, more accurate, and crash a lot less.

drednaught608 ,

Great App, But It Has One Major Issue

I’m loving that I have a portable encyclopedia and information resource whenever I cannot get internet, but I have noticed that whenever I play a video that I cannot fullscreen it. I also can’t move to a specific part in the video, I have to replay it all the way from the start to get back where I wanted. This is a terrific app, but this is the only major thing keeping me from fully enjoying it.

App Privacy

The developer, Wikimedia CH, indicated that the app’s privacy practices may include handling of data as described below. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

Data Not Collected

The developer does not collect any data from this app.

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