Have you tried out Wikipedia's official Android app? It's come a long way since its humble introduction way back in 2012. The latest major feature edition lets you use the app the way you (probably) do on the desktop: reading one main article, then peeking at the contextual links for anything you're unfamiliar with. In the latest version of the app, tapping on a link in a Wikipedia article will make the linked article appear in a quick pop-up window. This allows you to read the introductory paragraph, then either go back to your original article or continue on your tangent. Neat!
Other changes include a new press-and-hold menu with sharing, saving, and copying options, improved search results and Material Design compliance, and improved rotation performance and offline page behavior. If Wikipedia is a destination and not just a side-trip, you should definitely check out the app.