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Listen to Wikipedia

Reference & Entertainment
Last Update
Apr 08, 2014
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See and hear every change to every article on Wikipedia in real-time. Bells are sounded for additions and strings are plucked for subtractions. The pitch changes with the size of the edit – the larger the edit, the deeper the note. Green circles show edits from unregistered contributors, and purple circles mark edits performed by automated bots. Orchestral swells and a blue banner welcome new editors.<br><br>The app has support for English, German, Spanish, Swedish, Russian, and 27 other languages. <br><br>Developed by Bryan Oltman ( Based on Listen to Wikipedia by Hatnote (

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Apr 24, 2015

Amazing concept. But I think the app would be far more useful for background noise while working if the sounds continued to play while the phone is locked. Please tell me this is something you have in the works. Also, I feel like the noises are more high pitched than the normal website version.

Aug 03, 2014

This is beautiful! I would easily pay for this app anyday. The sensual sounds, the lovely circles that appear and fade, this app truly is one of a kind... It's wonderfully relaxing, simplistic, and well put together. It downloads fast so there is no reason not to give it a try! I've spent over 50 dollars purchasing all kinds of apps and this one is a favorite; goes to show how beautiful the power of community (wikipedia) truly is when combined in real time!🌷🌻

Nov 10, 2014

It would be awesome if you guys made it do background play.. I mostly use this app to calm me down when I have anxiety so it would be great if I didn't have to keep tapping to keep my phone from locking- other than that it's flawless

Zac K.
Dec 05, 2015

This app is amazing and sounds beautiful on the web/desktop version, but there's something wrong with this app version that makes the pitch way too high and the same super high notes play wayyy too often, making it sound annoying instead of calming and beautiful. Please fix it and I'll change my rating to 5 stars! :)

Jul 15, 2017

Could not get sound out of the app and was pulling my hair out trying to understand why. Then I realized the ringer volume toggle switch was off. I always keep it off as I make my phone vibrate for calls and no other app has problems playing music or sound with the switch in that position. This needs to be fixed. Also, the bells sound much more jarring (high pitched?) for some reason than the web based version.

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About Listen to Wikipedia

Developed by Michael Oltman.

Listen to Wikipedia is ranking in   Reference & Entertainment

Last update was at Apr 08, 2014and the current version is 1.

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Listen to Wikipedia have a 28a user reviews.

Listen to Wikipedia was released in the App Store. It is developed by Michael Oltman, who have also released the following apps.

Listen to Wikipedia has 28 user reviews.​

Listen to Wikipedia has an average rating of 3.9. ​The latest version of Listen to Wikipedia 1​ ​​was ​released on Apr 08, 2014​.

You can download Listen to Wikipedia ​here

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