Awesome work on the latest release all!All of the focus on offline support is really cool… I’m sure there will be lots of happy users!--I should add to the list of new features:- We're now continuing our rollout of editing Wikidata descriptions by expanding the languages for which descriptions can be added/edited. For more details, please see the announcement on Wikidata.Cheers!On Mon, Apr 24, 2017 at 4:48 PM, Dmitry Brant <email@example.com> wrote:Hello!We're pleased to bring you an updated version of the Wikipedia Android app, available now on the Google Play Store! . Here are the highlights from this update (or browse the complete change history):- Numerous improvements to the UI for managing your reading lists.- Individual reading list articles can now be toggled on/offline.- Improved caching of images for offline availability.- Random feed card now pulls a random article from the user's reading lists when offline.- Many other bug fixes and design updates.Many thanks to our volunteers who contributed patches to this release, including Amir Aharoni (IRC: aharoni, Wikipedia User:Amire80), Codrut Grosu (Github: superCodrut, Twitter: @GrosuCodrut), and Dinu Kumarasiri (IRC: sandaru, Github: sandarumk).If you'd like to help improve the app yourself, take a look at our getting started guide. We're looking forward to your contributions! For devices without Google Play services, you may download the app directly.Cheers,----
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