Update Apr 25: They've now ported it over to BlackBerry Playbook too! Check it out here.
Congratulations to Wikimedia on their Wikipedia app for iOS. We're really excited as this new app is based on the same code as their Wikipedia Android app -- both are powered by PhoneGap!
Since they used PhoneGap, they were able to leverage their existing code to quickly and easily port it over to iOS. The new version of the Wikipedia app for iOS has all the features from their Android app, but styled to be consistent with iOS. This includes:
Full text search
“Did you mean?” results
Saving pages for offline viewing
Share pages via Twitter, Facebook
Save pages to Read It Later
Read current page in other languages
Map integration to view nearby articles
View location of current article + nearby articles in a map
Set the default language
Navigation history features
… and some more!
The Wikimedia Foundation has seen great success when they launched their official Android app at the end of January. According to their blog:
We’ve had ~2.25 million installations and ~5000 ratings (with a 4.4/5.0 average). Preliminary reports also indicate about 23 million page views per month via the app. In short, it has been doing pretty well!
We look forward to seeing their new iOS app achieve the same great results as their Android app!