See and hear every change to every article on Wikipedia in real-time. Bells are sounded for additions and strings are plucked for subtractions. The pitch changes with the size of the edit – the larger the edit, the deeper the note. Green circles show edits from unregistered contributors, and purple circles mark edits performed by automated bots. Orchestral swells and a blue banner welcome new editors.
The app has support for English, German, Spanish, Swedish, Russian, and 27 other languages.
Developed by Bryan Oltman (bryanoltman.com). Based on Listen to Wikipedia by Hatnote (listen.hatnote.com).
Ratings and Reviews
Great but could use tweaks
I experienced the same higher pitch from the desktop version that others are reporting. Also I found that if I have my phone in vibrate mode (not silent!) the music doesn't play, where other apps still do and that's pretty annoying.
What can I say?
This is beautiful! I would easily pay for this app anyday. The sensual sounds, the lovely circles that appear and fade, this app truly is one of a kind... It's wonderfully relaxing, simplistic, and well put together. It downloads fast so there is no reason not to give it a try! I've spent over 50 dollars purchasing all kinds of apps and this one is a favorite; goes to show how beautiful the power of community (wikipedia) truly is when combined in real time!🌷🌻
Amazing but there's one thing-
It would be awesome if you guys made it do background play.. I mostly use this app to calm me down when I have anxiety so it would be great if I didn't have to keep tapping to keep my phone from locking- other than that it's flawless
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.