The Encyclopedia Britannica app has recently arrived at iOS App Store, and although it’s free to install, a user will need to pay $1.99 to get a complete month-to-month subscription. Once you get hold of the iOS app, you can browse through the initial snippet of any content, and there also are several free-to-read articles offered.
The official app features a vast collection of more than 80,000 articles, and contains a clean, intuitive interface. Whatever you try to find or browse through is stored in Recents, to help you check out them all over again at some future date, and you could add favorites in addition to save pages for offline access.
If you are in habit of using Wikipedia, then it will be interested for you to know that previously the most preferred source of information among knowledge seekers was Encyclopedia Britannica. Although the reliability of information provided by Wikipedia is most of the time topic of controversy, online open source encyclopedia undoubtedly has surpassed even the most trustworthy of knowledge source, including Britannica and Encarta.
Announcing the end of the paper version of the most famous encyclopedia sent shock waves among the scholars and intellectuals, but it was not surprising for many considering the digital storm taking over every other medium through which knowledge was accessed.
However, Britannica’s move from a legendary book into a simple smartphone app will instead help it to survive and flourish in the hands of millions of individuals carrying around the book in the form of an app. You can use the link given below to download it directly from the app store, and already mentioned above you will have to pay $1.99 for a monthly subscription.
Click here to download the app.