Are you into absorbing knowledge and facts? Would you like 80,000 articles in your Windows Phone to browse at your leisure? Well you can, with Encyclopaedia which is a Encyclopedia Britannica application now available in the Windows Marketplace.
The only downside I can see here is its price. At $4.99 and without a trial it isn't the cheapest app but it would appear you do get a lot for your money.
Features of the application include:
80,000 articles in a fully searchable database
Tens of thousands of images, diagrams and charts
Ability to download articles for offline viewing, store your favorites and access your search history
Research noteworthy events and birthdates from 'This day' in history
An A-Z browse allows users to browse the entire contents of the Encyclopedia Britannica
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