Quickipedia is an OS X application that will allow you to browse and read Wikipedia in a beautiful, unobtrusive client only on your Mac.
Whenever you want to search for something or take a quick peek at an article, Quickipedia is the solution.
NOTE: To buy Quickipedia via the App Store, an Apple account is required.
Here are some key features of "Quickipedia":
· Quickipedia sits in the menubar, so that it is never more than a click away. You can also dismiss it just as fast (and get back to work).
· Articles are custom formatted to optimize readability while still minimizing use of your Mac's screen real estate.
· Save articles for reading later locally, or on read-it-later services Instapaper, and Pocket.
Multiple Language Support:
· With over 8 million articles across 5 of the largest language editions of Wikipedia (English, French, German, Spanish & Italian), you'll never run out of things to read.
Integrated into OS X:
· Search using Quickipedia, by right-clicking text from any app.
· Your most recent articles, and all of your Favorites, are available for you to read even when offline.
· 64-bit processor