Kiwix is an offline readers that makes it possible to browse locally stored copies Wikipedia, Project Gutenberg or TED Talks, making knowledge freely available to people with no or limited internet access. Our Customs Apps combine a specific content package and a reader into an easy-to-install app. As our portfolio grows, it is now the right time for us to refresh, update and standardize our apps.
We are looking to build a new Wiktionary-based offline dictionary. We envisage the new app will be initially created for several European languages (and then ideally for every language that has at least 100k entries on wiktionary.org).
This competition aims to get fresh ideas to help us improve the new app, and perhaps some of our current ones (a list can be found here: https://play.google.com/store/apps/…Kiwix+Team the wikimed and wikivoyage apps are closest to what we have in mind).
Please note that we are not asking for a revamp of the app (which is content-agnostic), but rather for a design for a content-specific app (ie compared to the exisiting Kiwix app there is no such thing as library, or downloading new content): if people download a dictionary, they will only get a dictionary. In that sense, it will already be simpler than the generic Kiwix app that is available.
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