Wikipedia Mobile has finally made its way out of beta after being moved over to, in the words of the Wiki tech blog, a "new fast and sexy server".
Currently, the mobile-optimised site supports the iPhone, Android phones like the Google G1 and HTC Magic and the Palm Pre, as well as the US e-reader Kindle. It is also ready to go in English and German, with more languages being translated for future release.
Now if you try to access Wikipedia from any of the supported devices, you will be automatically redirected to Wikipedia Mobile, with the option to revert back to main Wikipedia at the click of a button.
Wikipedia says the idea is to start out simple with limited support to test the usability and stabilitity, and grow slowly. With 10,000,000 pages served during the beta, here's hoping the full version will run without hiccups.
Wikipedia has said that its mobile service has always been planned for "fully featured smartphones", so expect more phones to be added to the compatibility list as it grows.
Keep it locked to Stuff.tv for the latest, and if you've used Wikipedia Mobile be sure to let us know what you think in the comments below.