[LARGE DOWNLOAD: Ensure you have enough space, see below]. 0.9.9.95 Beta (1-Oct-19): With over 51,000 medical articles, WikiMed Offline Medical Wikpedia is the largest and most comprehensive collection of health-related articles available. It includes content on diseases, medication, anatomy, and sanitation. If you are in the developing world without access to the Internet, or on a boat in the middle of nowhere, you can now access one of the foremost and up-to-date medical dictionaries, for free. The information in WikiMed has been selected from Wikipedia by WikiProject Medicine. As an encyclopaedic medical dictionary, WikiMed is perfect for practising physicians, as well as medical and other healthcare students. However, Wikipedia is not a doctor and does not give medical advice. The information provided in this app is for the purposes of education and research only. This app works entirely offline. It contains thousands of articles including images, so its archive is large (greater than 1.3 Gigabytes). You may need 4 GB of free space during download and installation (though once installed, you will only need 1.3 Gigabytes), so you should check that you have sufficient storage on your device (Settings -> System -> Storage), and we recommend that mobile users install it to a microSD card if your device has one (you can change install location in the Storage settings). WikiMed is available also in languages other than English. See the About page in the app for instructions on downloading archives in different languages. This can be done in the app. WikiMed is still in Beta, so be kind and please report any bugs you experience to the developer using the support link. WikiMed is free and open source: the development site is https://github.com/kiwix/kiwix-js-windows/ (WikiMed branch), so you can also report issues there. We welcome constructive feedback as well as offers of help in improving the app. Kiwix has two sister apps in this store: Wikivoyage by Kiwix (offline travel guide), and Kiwix JS Windows (the generic app which supports most Kiwix archives). Please see Kiwix.org for more information.
What's new in this version
- Offline access to WikiMed articles
- Light theme and dark theme available
- Searching and highlighting
- Download offline archives in different languages
- Compatible with Continuum
- Support for printing