Also, on my Android Chrome the foldable subsections are folded by default, which screws up links to subsections.
More eloquently, I prefer the regular version. I prefer having all the interface already presented to me rather than hidden away. The one thing you could say is that the mobile version restricts itself to a narrower width automatically, but it's pretty trivial to write custom CSS to do the same for the regular version, or just resize your window. People still know about "move tab to new window" and how to resize their windows, right?
The only thing that exceptionally bothers me is that the overview table on the right-hand side doesn't have any left padding in the first column.
It's not so much that it is more beautiful, but that it is a lot easier to read with bigger fonts and most importantly, a limited column width.
Check this out, then view the same page on the Wikipedia app for an example: http://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_cities_proper_by_popu...
This is the new native app we released a month or so ago - the older one wasn't as good :)
(One of the app devs)
No adware/crapware. Works on most wikis.
the color legend for the map works in desktop, does not in mobile.