Curiosity by Tamper

The interface of Curiosity is simple and clean, which will appeal to any minimalists out there. The app features plenty of white so that reading is easy, and the sans serif typeface makes it look modern. There are four sections in the app that are labeled with just icons, which are easily recognizable, though each section is labeled when you view it. Scrolling through the topic lists and transitioning between sections is fast and seamless, which I'm impressed with. Overall, if you are looking for a sleek and fast Wikipedia app, then Curiosity is a top choice in that department. In Curiosity, the app is split up into four sections: Nearby, Popular, Explore, and You. For the Nearby feature to work, you'll have to grant Curiosity permission to access your current location, but once you do, you'll find a map with many different circular photos scattered around the area. Underneath the map is a list of of nearby relevant Wikipedia articles, or you can tap on the photos to view what topic is linked to it.

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