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By wikiHow, Inc.

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Description

The wikiHow app gives you over 150,000 how-to guides right in the palm of your hand.

Learn how to do anything from wikiHow, the world’s leading how-to guide. Read or watch step-by-step instructions on every imaginable topic. Become the DIY master of anything, instantly.

With the wikiHow for iPhone app you can:
*Search over 150,000 articles on wikiHow
*Bookmark articles to read and use later, even while offline
*View step-by-step photos and illustrations in retina display to help you learn how to do anything
*Watch helpful videos that accompany many articles
*Read wikiHow’s featured articles of the day
*Browse random articles for your entertainment

Also in the wikiHow app you’ll find the Survival Kit, a collection of emergency situation guides every person should have stored on their devices. Emergency guides to do CPR, provide first aid, or perform the Heimlich maneuver could save a life. The app even contains guides to land an airplane in an emergency or escape from a bear. All Survival Kit articles are stored for offline use so you won’t need internet service to access them.

How useful is the wikiHow app? This is what others are saying:
“Indispensable” – MacWorld
“Always helpful” – USA Today
“Arguably the best how-to guide to everything” – Appolicious

What's New in Version 3.0.1

Added intro images to Survival Kit articles.

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Customer Reviews

Wow so helpful!

Before i found this app, I was a troubled individual. Questions kept me up at night - how would I give passive aggressive gifts to friends? How would I make people think I was a mermaid at school? I felt lost and alone. Never would I be able to live it up before I was 12, or avoid laughing at obese girls. I fell into a deep depression, and often contemplated suicide. It was then that I found Wikihow. I looked up how to die on the Internet, and the graceful arms of Wikihow locked me in a tender embrace. Never again have I looked back.

Amazing!

I love the wikihow app. It is great in functioning capability compared to Howcast, and it is also magnificent because of the amount of things it has on the app. I would like to see more updates on current wikihow posts on the website, etc., But it is a great app so far and I will recommend this to my friends and family.

This app is outstanding

This has always been my favorite website. I always have it as a bookmark in my Safari. But now I know there's a app. Its like the same thing but more convenient. If you haven't got the app yet I recommend you do.

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This app is designed for both iPhone and iPad
  • Free
  • Category: Reference
  • Updated:
  • Version: 3.0.1
  • Size: 27.5 MB
  • Language: English
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Rated 12+ for the following:
  • Infrequent/Mild Mature/Suggestive Themes
  • Infrequent/Mild Realistic Violence

Compatibility: Requires iOS 7.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. This app is optimized for iPhone 5.

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