WikiWand is a proprietary software interface developed for viewing Wikipedia articles  available for several popular web browsers as a free browser extension or mobile app.
WikiWand (originally WikiWand) was founded in 2013 by Lior Grossman and Ilan Lewin.  Officially launched in August 2014,  the interface includes a bar menu, navigation bar, personalized links to other languages, new typography, and access to previews of linked articles.  The list of contents is constantly displayed on the left-hand side. 
According to Grossman, “We found the Wikipedia interface cluttered , Hard to read (large blocks of small text), hard to navigate, and lacking in terms of usability. ” 
The interface is available on Chrome , Safari (Safari version is not available for download) and Firefox via Wikiwand’s website. In March 2015, Wikiwand released an iOS app for iPhone and iPad. 
Wikiwand was able to raise $ 600,000 to support the development of the interface. 30% of its profits to the Wikimedia Foundation .  
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