How to use the Laika app for reading Wikipedia
article A little app for using Wikipedia, and a lot of people are using it.
The app is named Laika and is the brainchild of software engineer and journalist Alastair Nicholson.
It’s a bit like Wikipedia in a sense that the app lets you look up things on the internet, but in the end it’s a little app.
It lets you browse and search Wikipedia.
It’s a free app and works on all devices, including the iPad.
The app is still in development, and we don’t yet have a release date.
There’s one major difference between Laika, Wikipedia and a number of other online tools: you can’t edit Wikipedia pages.
This means that anyone who can read Wikipedia can edit the Laikeas page.
So what does that mean for me?
The main benefit of Laika is that you can use it to look up Wikipedia in many different ways, and it will do that automatically, whether you want to edit Wikipedia or not.
It will show you what the page is about, what it covers, what topics it covers and how much of it is about that topic.
It’ll also give you a list of articles for that topic, so you can easily go to Wikipedia and find out more about that particular topic.
So it’s an interesting tool.
If you want a more hands-on approach, the wiki wiki, Laika uses a similar approach to Wikipedia to help you find Wikipedia.
Laika has two main features: the main page, which has information about Wikipedia as it is, and the page for topics that have been covered, which includes articles from all around the world.
I use the page that has the most information about Laika because that’s where the big things are and you want all the big stuff to be in one place.
Wikipedia has over 200,000 pages, and they’re all organised by topics.
There are pages for things like physics, history and medicine, but there are pages about everything else, too.
You can see what the topics are by clicking on the topic in the top right corner, and then you can click on the subject in the left hand column.
And if you click on something and it’s not an article, you can see the page in the wiki where it is.
That will give you more details on what the article is about.
Wikimedia’s Wikidata has about 20 million topics and it can also show you a whole bunch of Wikipedia’s articles.
What about the iPhone app?
Wikipedia’s wikipedia app is now available for iPhones and iPads, and if you use Wikipedia, it will automatically search Wikipedia on the device.
So if you have an iPhone, you’ll have the option to open up the Wikipedia app and use it.
If you don’t, you have to download it.
It can be downloaded from the Wikipedia website for free.
Read more on Laika on New Scientist.