Top 15 Most Popular Wiki Softwares | Nov 2019

Here are the top 15 most popular wiki softwares as derived from our TpSort Score which is a continually popular score, it denotes an estimated popularity of a software.

1. ZeroWiki

ZeroWiki Wiki(s) application(s) built with JavaScript ( CoffeeScript ) on the distributed network ZeroNet from the web : https://bit.no.com:43110/138R53t3ZW7KDfSfxVpWUsMXgwUnsDNXLP from ZeroNet : http://127.0.0.1:43110/138R53t3ZW7KDfSfxVpWUsMXgwUnsDNXLP......

2. Stonenotes

Stonenotes StoneNotes came about because of our frustration with existing personal wiki programs and knowledge management systems. Theyre bloated and hard to use. They never quite do what you want.StoneNotes is different: it has an intuitive and easy to use rich text editor, and a simple linking system. Drag & drop......

3. WikiGalaxy

WikiGalaxy Sorry, we have added any description on WikiGalaxy......

4. Wikipack

Wikipack WikiPack is a personal information organiser based on Markdown and Dropbox......

5. SocialWiki

SocialWiki Social Wiki is where a wiki and a social network collide. Its concepts are inspired from our P2Pedia project, but because it is integrated in the Moodle LMS it gains account management features, which makes it feasible to integrate many familiar concepts from popular existing social networks. You can "like"......

6. Code.Fosshub.Com

Code.Fosshub.Com Code.FossHub.com is a free service offered by FossHub.Free, Premium BandwidthOur fast, global network will provide a good download experience: it's 100% financed by FossHub. We buy/own/rent/cancel all the servers worldwide according to the real needs of our community.- We use both: carrier-neutral providers and public cloud services (e.g. Amazon AWS......

7. Linked Notes

Linked Notes Linked Notes is a Wiki style notepad for your desktop computer. It provides a simple way to organize your notes and keep them private.......

8. Wikipedia

Wikipedia Wikipedia is a free, multilingual encyclopedia project supported by the non-profit Wikimedia Foundation. Wikipedia has 17 million articles (3.5 million in English), which have been written collaboratively by volunteers around the world. Almost all of its articles can be edited by anyone with access the Wikipedia website.......

9. Brainfock

Brainfock Brainfock is a modern web-based CMF started out as task & project management tool and ended up as something that angels might have crafted. It will help you manage projects, project's tasks, deals, contacts, run community (discussion boards), manage documents like Wiki & much more.......

10. Wikibase

Wikibase Wikibase is the software that runs Wikidata, but is also usable for other projects beyond that. Wikibase allows the collaborative editing of structured data on top of MediaWiki. It is optimized for graph-like, schema-poor data, not for tabular and strongly pre-structured data.......

11. Reframe It

Reframe It Comment anywhere on the web without the permission of a site. Reframe It is a Firefox and IE extension that lets you make specific comments next to the text or images of any website. Share your thoughts in context with friends and groups with facebook, twitter, blogger, friendfeed, and more.......

12. Wikiversity

Wikiversity Wikiversity is a Wikimedia Foundation project devoted to learning resources, learning projects, and research for use in all levels, types, and styles of education from pre-school to university, including professional training and informal learning. We invite teachers, students, and researchers to join us in creating open educational resources and collaborative......

13. Centroy

Centroy Centroy provides an online portal for business collaboration. Securely share information with your own branded extranet site. Simple to use. Try for free. We allow companies to collaborate with their customers. Our key differentiators: 1. We're very easy to navigate (our competitors alienate users with a complex user-experience).......

14. tonymacx86.com

tonymacx86.com tonymacx86.com is a blog, forum, and wiki combo about Hackintoshing, the process of setting up Mac OS X on your PC. It mainly focuses on the iBoot+Multibeast and Unibeast methods of Hackintoshing.......

15. Wikkii

Wikkii Wikkii provides fully featured hosting for wikis on any topic, and best of all it's 100% free. All you need to do is Register as a user there, then click on Create a Wiki.All wikis are powered by the popular and reliable MediaWiki software, which is exact same one used......