- Rated 2 out of 5by Martijn Oud, 2 months agoGreat idea, but execution is poor. Has too many issues, distractions (install on firefox banner when you've got it installed...) and weird features. Like how it doesn't play nice with Dark Reader and the useless but very prominent AI summary. For the last couple of weeks every article only has an intro and an "Oops something went wrong: 404" error so I finally switched to Modern for Wikipedia.
- Rated 2 out of 5by mMm, 4 months agoUninstalling Wikiwand after years of use due to broken formatting and annoying video ads that pops up (I don't even know if the video is an ad. It just show a woman at a coffeeshop?!). I recommend anyone who uses Wikiwand to compare the pages to the original Wikipedia page because the content does not match anymore. SAD!
- Rated 1 out of 5by AMC, 6 months agoI used it for a long time and in the last few months has completely broken, leaving me unable to load Wikipedia at all without disabling it.
They started pushing "AI" based crap into it at the same time.
The structural choices they made with the new layout broke other tools ability to summarize and excerpt articles as well.
After month of breakages and AI marketing ads BS I gave up and moved to Modern for Wikipedia. I would recommend you do the same.