Reviewed in Android Wear Games & Apps
Attopedia wants to bring Wikipedia on your smartwatch. Not sure how practical is it to read Wikipedia articles from your wrist on a tiny screen, but I guess for sneak peaks would be useful. Yet this app is easily replaceable as you can type your search in google (there are Android Wear browsers) and find the article...
For Android Wear devices ONLY.
This is a free, open-source application for browsing Wikipedia content in an effort to make the world's information more accessible from smart watches. Currently supports English only. Support for other languages will come in future releases.
by Dheera Venkatraman
Content sourced from Wikipedia under the Creative Commons CC-BY-SA 3.0 License
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