Wycliffe New Testament, small
You can see a small 1390 Wycliffe New Testament here, although GreatSite's Bibles-Online uses Adobe Flash, which does not work with iPhones and iPads.
Both the large and small Wycliffe Bibles are difficult to read because of the style of lettering and because it is Middle English. But if you want to take the effort, you can also see in this small Bible the beginning of the Acts of the Apostles, the same passage as shown on the British Library site in Thomas of Woodstock's Wycliffe Bible. The files for the small Bible are divided into 50-page sections. Most of Acts is in the section numbered pages 201 – 342, but the beginning of Acts is in the section numbered pages 601 through 650. Go to the section numbered 601-650, click through to original page 321 (at top of the Bible’s page), and you will be at “Here endeth the Epistle to the Hebrews” (see red lettering). Page 322 is some introductory material about Acts and then at the bottom of the following page (just after the large initial letter T) is “Theophilus, first I made a sermon of all things that Jesus began to do and to teach unto the day of his ascension in which (the rest is on the following page in the section of numbered pages 651 thru 700) he commanded in the holy ghost to the apostles.” This exercise is interesting because it demonstrates the differences in the various hand-made copies of Wycliffe’s New Testament.
An edited version of John Purvey's revision of Wycliffe's translation of the Bible is on Bible Gateway.