01 November, 2022


Internet. Offline.
Store any website on your mobile phone or computer, easily.

Wherever you go, you can browse Wikipedia, read books from the Gutenberg Library, or watch TED talks and much more – even if you don’t have an Internet connection.

Kiwix is a non-profit. All code is free and open-source.

Kiwix is an offline reader for online content like Wikipedia, Project Gutenberg, or TED Talks. 
It makes knowledge available to people with no or limited internet access. 
The software as well as the content is free to use for anyone.

Everywhere. Anywhere.
Kiwix server powers entire networks, be it pocket-sized personal hotspots or across entire valleys.

Free to Use
Running schools with refurbished computers? Lebanon-based Thaki use Kiwix-desktop to bring knowledge to thousands of kids.

Resources for all ages
Felix, Maxwell and the Open Foundation West Africa bring Wikipedia and the Wiktionary to schools across Ghana.

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