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Wikipedia Mobile
Big update for iOS: now with shareable "fact cards"
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Anonymous social browser

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.

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Ranking well on search engines in competitive industries can be a real challenge and significant investment of budget- imagine if you could hit the reset switch on things. Tris might just have the answer. I got the opportunity to interview Leo Jeremias, founder and CEO of Tris, regarding their platform and 'IKO'; Initial Keyword Offering!...
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It stands for Initial Keyword Offering. One Company claims to have the browser of the future, the search product of the future the newest revolution in social media, and search and we agree. TRIS stands for The Revolution In Search, and allows you to connect with people searching the same keyword as you or browsing the same website as you.
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Find and Read Articles on Wikipedia from your Mac menu bar!

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

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Christopher Hannah
Christopher Hannah- Swift Developer / Writer
Although I developed this app, it was for my own use at university. And it served me well when I wanted to quickly get a bit of information, or do some initial research before I went deeper into a topic.
Christopher Hannah
Christopher Hannah- Swift Developer / Writer
I'm not sure if it's one of the best, but I implemented support for the Touch Bar on my app for every function!
Christopher Hannah
Christopher Hannah- Swift Developer / Writer
This is my own app, but I created it for myself to use at University and it proved to be a great research tool. While Wikipedia shouldn't directly be referenced, it's a great way to find sources of information that can be referenced.
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Macstories
There was a time, before Twitter implemented restrictive API limitations, when Twitter clients were a playground where app developers tried new ideas. It felt like there was a new Twitter client released every week. Today, that role seems to have been taken over by Wikipedia apps. There are a lot of good Wikipedia apps.
MakeUseOf
Going straight to the Wikipedia in your browser is fine, but there are better ways to access the site if you're on a Mac.
Lifehacker
OS X: If you frequently visit Wikipedia with your questions and want the encyclopedic resource to be one click away, Qwiki for Mac brings the site to your menu bar without every having to launch your browser.
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A modern-age Wikipedia migrating to the blockchain

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.

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There is no lack of peer-created content in our wireless information age. Wikipedia, Quora and Facebook, to name a few, are the go-to hubs for research and our daily soap-opera-like updates of our friends and family. These sources, however, share one problem: they operate from a central server.
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Everipedia, which is based on a lively design and incorporates blockchain technology just raised $30 million to expand their mission.
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