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Minimal Wikipedia alternatives and competitors

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  • Wikitribune

    Wikitribune is a news platform that brings journalists and a community of volunteers together.

    We want to make sure that you read fact-based articles that have a real impact in both local and global events. And that stories can be easily verified and improved.

  • Mnmllist

    Mnmllist is a curated list of all things related to minimalism, from product design to books to art installations.

  • Wikifox

    5.0★
    2 reviews
    Free
    Wikifox (beta) is a clean and simplified version of the real Wikipedia! This works with official Wikipedia, so nothing to worry about!. It has a good and clean user interface with Dark, Light and custom themes! Check it out : https://wikifox.ml/
  • Modern for Wikipedia

    5.0★
    1 review
    Free
    Enhance your Wikipedia experience with a beautiful, clean, modern design that's fully customizable.

    Once installed, this free extension will simply apply the new look and features to existing Wikipedia article pages, without you having to do anything.
  • Wikipedia Mobile

    Big update for iOS: now with shareable "fact cards"
  • Wikiverse

    An interactive galaxy of Wikipedia knowledge ✨
  • Six Degrees of Wikipedia

    5.0★
    1 review

    Find the shortest path between two (data) points.Six Degrees of Wikipedia is

    It works well.

  • Qwiki

    Qwiki is an app that hides in your menu bar, until you really need to search for that vital bit of information.

  • Tris IKO

    Tris is an anonymous social browser, that can revolutionize how people search browse the Internet. Tris has handled over 50 million searches to date, and collectively the makers of Tris have handled over a billion Google searches.

    We were selected to SXSW as a finalist, and finalists have raised 5.5 billion dollars with 71% receiving funding.

  • Everipedia

    Everipedia is a publicly editable, free content encyclopedia and knowledge aggregator. Everipedia differs from prevalent encyclopedias and research databases such as Wikipedia and Encyclopaedia Britannica in that it does not require a standard of notability for inclusion in the database, which many consider to be the key problem with both services.

  • WikiRoulette

    Learn something new with every tab
  • Wikiyarn

    WikiYarn is an application to browse the vast knowledge of Wikipedia quickly and efficiently. It works as a research/reference tool as well as a knowledge recommendation engine made for everyday use and for the general public.
  • Side Portal

    Free
    Side Portal improves browsing in Wikipedia by adding a right sidebar, and providing a graph view of your pages.
    To use Side Portal -
    1. Navigate to any Wikipedia article.
    2. Shift + Click on links in that articles. The article will open in the right sidebar.
  • Pickabox

    Pickabox is a user-friendly web application where everyday Wikipedia users query random articles and then get recommended related articles based on their selections.
    We developed the page for SacHacks 2021 in 36 hours.