referring to a site which seems
not to be, or include, a wiki.
However, it still refers to
the subject of wikis.
Okawix is specifically an offline wiki reader which allows the downloading of content of Wikimedia Foundation projects, to enable total offline access. It has an option to download with or without pictures. Okawix library includes the 253 languages of the many and various projects of the Wikimedia Foundation; which include: Wikipedia, Wikisource, Wiktionary, Wikiquote, and Wikibooks.
There are two options for obtaining wiki content from Okawix. The first is to download and install the core Okawix software package for your relevant operating system, and then download and save the required wiki content to your device (PC, laptop, tablet or smartphone). The second option is to purchase a USB key pre-loaded with the software and requested wiki content, which includes all images by default. The latter option is recommended for those with slow and / or poor quality, or data-limited internet access.
Okawix software is a free of charge, and available under version 2 the GNU General Public License (GPL v2) licence; its source code is available on the SourceForge project.
Okawix features the Wikiwix search engine, created by Linterweb.
- See also
- External links
- Okawix.com — Okawix official homepage