Top 15 Everipedia Alternative and Similar Softwares | May 2019

Everipedia removed some of the more annoying aspects of Wikipedia and created a site that is much easier to use. Notability requirements are eliminated and citations / editing are WYSIWYG. There is also a commenting page for each link or file added.

1. Wikipanion

Wikipanion Wikipanion is the best and fastest Wikipedia browsing application for the iPhone. Wikipanion uses a direct connection to the Wikipedia servers, making it extremely fast. Never deal with overloaded third party servers. Never worry about third party server privacy concerns. Wikipanion understands the page. Wikipanion pulls out meta material from......

2. 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.......

3. SocialCompare

SocialCompare Platform of User-generated collaborative and interactive comparison tables.Compare everything! Discover and create easily comparison tables in any domain, embed them on your site or blog, edit comparison matrix to maintain data up-to-date, reuse existing content, generate interactivecomparison tables (sort, hide/show, drag and drop lines and columns...). Review, vote, rate, translate......

4. Encyclopedia

Encyclopedia Wikipedia is now available on your Windows 7 Phone! With this easy to use app, you can satisfy your thirst for information on-the-go. When you are short on time, bookmark your favorite articles - they stay just a finger tap away - anytime, anywhere. The content is used from Wikipedia.Search......

5. Viki - Wikipedia

Viki - Wikipedia Wikipedia, better than ever—on iPhone, iPad, and Apple Watch. Discover the world and enjoy beautiful typography with this sleek app.FEATURESNEARBY PLACES: Discover interesting Wikipedia articles about the area around your location. Or explore any other spot in the world. It’s fun with Viki’s unique map visualization.SEARCH RESULTS: Viki is powered......

6. Aard Dictionary

Aard Dictionary Dictionary and offline Wikipedia reader."Aard Dictionary is a free, fast, easy to use word lookup program that looks up words fast even with huge dictionaries like English Wikipedia looks up words in multiple dictionaries in multiple languages without switching works great as offline Wikipedia reader is keyboard navigation friendly has......

7. Retred

Retred Retred allows users to visualise historical events on a map.Users may search for specific event participants or places, filter by time range, event type or event importance. Users may also sign in and add more events.Retred is an open source project and uses open data from dbpedia.org as an initial......

8. 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......

9. Commentar

Commentar Commentar is a self hosted open source commenting system which can easily be integrated into any existing system. It is a modular system and some features that will be implemented are:moderation systemautomatic and community driven spam preventionsocial media connectivityvoting systemeasy integrationsupports multiple storage typessupports different editorsMarkdownPlain textHTML (WYSIWYG)BBcodedifferent themeseasy custimizationmore......

10. Waze

Waze Waze is a social GPS navigation app that allows drivers to build and use live maps & real-time traffic updates to improve their daily commute.In addition to providing turn-by-turn navigation, Waze also gives drivers the ability to actively update one other on traffic, police traps, construction, speedcams and more, reflecting......

11. Scholarpedia

Scholarpedia Scholarpedia is a peer-reviewed open-access encyclopedia written and maintained by scholarly experts from around the world. Scholarpedia is inspired by Wikipedia and aims to complement it by providing in-depth scholarly treatments of academic topics.......

12. Open Yale Courses

Open Yale Courses Open Yale Courses (OYC) provides free and open access to a selection of introductory courses taught by distinguished teachers and scholars at Yale University.......

13. Alchetron

Alchetron Alchetron.com is a free social encyclopedia for world where you can create, organize and learn easily using topics.With Alchetron you can search & share thousands of organized topics which can be anything and everything like biographies, free courses for students, news, moms cooking receipes etc. the possibilities are endless .Watch......

14. Stubia

Stubia Stubia is a mobile encyclopedia that limits each article to 160 characters: this limitation makes each topic easy to understand.......

15. Wikifur

Wikifur User-editable encyclopedia for fans of anthropomorphic animals. Over 18,000 articles on furry community and culture in twenty-one languages.......