The Pocketnow blog points us to yet another great application for Windows Mobile users – it’s an app called “WikiPock,” and like you may have guessed, it puts a copy of Wikipedia on your mobile phone. Actually, the application installs to a storage card of about 4 GB, not the phone itself, which is even better. For people who don’t have a data connection or try to limit its use, it’s a great alternative to having to surf the net for a quick answer to something. For others, having an offline app like this is handy for when you’re traveling and away from a signal. The application currently contains a whopping 2.8 million articles, all of which are indexed and searchable through the WikiPock interface.
You can buy this app for $20 if you don’t have a storage card – the company will ship you one. If you just want to download it onto a card you already own, then it’s only $9.99. You can check out more info on the WikiPock homepage.
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