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  •  A number of organizations within the Wikimedia movement including the Wikimedia Foundation publishes official Wikipedia mobile apps for using Wikipedia on multiple mobile device operating systems. All are available for free via the appropriate app store: Android (via Google Play), iOS (via App Store), Firefox OS (via Firefox Marketplace), and Windows 8 (via Windows Store). They can also be downloaded independently of any third party store, from the Wikimedia Foundation's releases website, which also keeps old and beta versions.[2] Independent developers have also released many unofficial apps for reading Wikipedia articles. Some apps load content from the Wikipedia site and process it; other apps use the MediaWiki API. Some only display Wikipedia content, usually omitting some features such as categories and talk pages. Some allow editing. Contents 1 Official apps 1.1 Wikimedia Foundation 1.2 Wikimedia Switzerland 2 Unassociated apps 3 Related apps 4 References 5 External links Official apps Wikimedia Foundation Wikipedia apps from the Wikimedia Foundation are called "Wikipedia", except for the iOS version which is called "Wikipedia Mobile". Android The Android app allows editing articles directly from the app, and can provide a list of headings and distances to geotagged articles near the user's current location. It does not show categories or talk pages. It is also available on F-Droid.[3] iOS The iOS app also provides a read-only version of Wikipedia,[4] similar to the mobile web version. It allows users to share an article via Facebook and other social websites. It also allows users to find geotagged articles near their current location. It does not show categories or talk pages. Windows The Metro-style app also provides a read-only version of Wikipedia, similar to the mobile web version. The app when used in Windows RT is incapable of showing moving pictures. Firefox OS The Firefox OS app provides a read-only version of Wikipedia, similar to the mobile web version. This version has basic Wikipedia Zero detection to let users know if their operator has zero-rated the data access usage for Wikipedia. Wikimedia Switzerland Wikimedia CH, the Swiss chapter of the Wikimedia movement, has developed a number of offline apps based on Wikipedia content
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