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World History

15 Mar 2014

World History game review

World History Trial is a comprehensive compilation of historical facts taken from Wikipedia.

The app presents a wide selection of historical topics and events in a chronological order. From world-changing phenomena and events to important historical personalities and classic lifestyle, World History Trial can show you everything that you want to know about history during the 17th and 18th century.

Do you want to know about mankind’s development centuries ago? Or, perhaps you’re curious to know about the lifestyle of a certain country during the 17th century.

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Whichever information you wish to acquire within this particular era, World History Trial is a wonderful app that can help enrich your knowledge. This app lets you travel through past and present history with just a touch of your screen.

Its main source of articles is Wikipedia. Basically, using the app is a simplified and more convenient way of browsing historical facts. When opening the app for the first time, it goes through a brief data transfer process that takes a few minutes.

You can close the app in the meantime and return once the process of downloading data is completed. This initial transfer of historical data is necessary so later on, you will not need an Internet connection to browse through the content.

If you have an SD card, the app will be installed there automatically. The trial version contains historical events from the 17th to the 18th century. For a price, you can upgrade to the full version which contains a wider scope of history.

World History Trial has a unique, special interface that allows you to browse history easily. On the home page, you can find a timeline starting from 1600 until 1700. The timeline actually starts from earlier centuries and continues to later periods.

You can access a broader scope once you upgrade to the pro version. At the top of the app, images related to a particular period are displayed side by side. You can view further information about the pictures by tapping on them.

Below the timeline, you’ll find plenty of terms and photos that encompass important historical figures, dates and events especially royalties and wars. All of them are color coded accordingly. Simply tap on any image or set of words to view further information.

You’ll be able to peruse various biographies, selected works, art as well as the sources used. And if you want to go into a particular millennium, century, decade or year, there’s a specific icon that you can press on the menu.

The size of the font and page can also be adjusted easily. World History Trial is undoubtedly a useful app that can help you discover anything that concerns history. Whether you want to learn about the medieval ages or the modern era, it has a broad compilation of factual articles.

If you need a handy mobile app buddy that lets you travel through history anytime you want, World History Trial is an app you must download.

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