Wikirama is a Wikipedia portal for your Windows Phone. Wikirama lays everything out nicely making use of the Metro style panorama. The app was recently updated to give Wikirama a cleaner appearance and a settings page. Having first tinkered with the previous version, the updated version is a noticeable improvement. Here's how Wikirama breaks down.
Wikirama supports twenty-one languages and has an auto-complete search feature. Your search history appears just below the search field (eliminates the previous History page). Wikirama allows you to open up to six concurrently open tabs for your searches and you can add topics to your favorites page. Wikirama supports both landscape and portrait viewing.
Your search result page gives you a window view of the Wikipage that is touch scrollable. You can also pull the Wikipage full screen to access the full version of the topic page.
Overall impression: WikiRama is a clean, simple Wikipedia client. I liked the auto-complete feature and that the search history was moved to the search page. It gives the app a cleaner look and hunting down your search topic a little more efficient. If you tinker with Wikipedia often, Wikirama is worth checking into.
There are two versions available for Wikirama. There is a free version, Wikirama Free that is ad supported that you can find here (opens Zune) at the Marketplace. You also have an ad-free version of Wikirama that will run you $.99 and you can find it here at the Marketplace. There is a trial version for the ad-free option.