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This page contains information and links specific to the Android team.
- Charlotte Gauthier - Product Owner
- Dmitry Brant - Senior Engineer
- Cooltey Feng - Engineer
- Sharvani Haran - Engineer
- Robin Schönbächler - User Experience (UX) Designer
- mobile-l mailing list
- Freenode webchat on the connect IRC channel.
- Write on Talk:Wikimedia Apps
- Report a bug
Download the app
Help as a alpha/beta tester!
You can install Wikipedia Beta alongside your current version of Wikipedia for Android, so you can test our new features before they go live for all Wikipedia for Android users. Your feedback will help us fix bugs and decide what features to focus on next. (See also: bug reporting)
Contribute to development
The Wikipedia Android app is completely open source and welcomes contributions from all.
Learn more on our Getting Started page.
- Why do we make apps?
- Android FAQ
- Android Design – team practices
- Android User Feedback Review SOP
- Third Party Libraries
- Release phases
- Wikimedia Apps/Team/Android/AppEditorTasks
9 March 2020 – Push notifications for editors
Beginning in around June 2020, we will begin working on push notifications. We think these will be useful to people who want to keep up with their watchlists and other editing-related notifications on the go, without continually needing to check the site. As with most other Android apps, we’ll be using Firebase for our push notifications, which requires users to have Google Play Services on their phone. If you prefer not to use Google Play Services, the app will continue to function as normal – you just won’t get push notifications.
We’ll continue to update this page as we get closer to implementation time. As with our other features, users who don’t want notifications at all will be able to opt-out entirely, or enable only the specific types of notifications they want, e.g., revert notifications or talk page mentions.