Want to know what is most popular on Wikipedia then WikiRank might be useful for you. WikiRank is a web startup that shows you what people are reading on Wikipedia. Wikirank data is based on the actual usage data from the Wikipedia servers, which the Wikimedia foundation makes available as a public service.
wikiRank offer three ways to track what’s happening on WikiRank, all available on our front page
Compare Wikipedia topics.
At the top of the front page, you’ll see a comparison of two or more topics that wikiRank chosen. From that section, you can view more detail on the featured topics, share the chart with others, or choose your own terms to compare.
Go where the action is.
In the second section, you’ll find the day’s “Biggest Movers” — Wikipedia topics with the most dramatic traffic shifts in the last twenty-four hours. Sometimes, these are relatively obscure topics that were simply featured on the Wikipedia main page. Sometimes topics suddenly become relevant, like when a celebrity dies, a news event takes off, or a seasonal holiday is coming up.
See what’s popular.
In the right column, you’ll find a list of the Wikipedia topics with the most visits over the last thirty days. wikiRank update them nightly, and the little row of gray bars under each topic shows the traffic numbers over time.