Logos Bible Software Releases Big iOS & Android App Update

Written by  //  September 14, 2012  //  Church Mobile  //  No comments

In a move to make the Bible even easier to study on digital devices, Logos Bible Software has announced a big update for all iOS and Android devices. The Logos iOS Bible app 3.0 and Android 2.0 are designed with a fresher interface, more intuitive navigation, and features dedicated to better Bible study.

While there is no shortage of Bible apps available, if you are a Logos Bible software users, using the apps on your phone or tablet can be a great way to keep continuity in your Bible study practice. Your notes and highlights can sync across multiple platforms, making Bible study at home or on the go intuitive.

The apps also stand alone, so if you aren’t a Logos Software user, you can still benefit from using the app. With the Logos Bible app, you ope up more than 40 free Bibles and other books. When you sign in with a free Logos account, you get access to additional resources and tools, such as devotionals, reading plans, favorites, highlightingm, and note taking.

The Logos Bible app syncs across all your platforms, so you can pick up right where you left off on any web- enabled device. Download the free Bible app today from the Apple store, from Google play, or Kindle and experience fuller, richer Bible study–wherever you go.

New features for the iPhone/iPad app include:

-          Customizable reading plans
-          Community Notes tied to the growing Faithlife community
-          New homepage navigation
-          Additional media for split-screen panels

New features for the Android/Kindle Fire app include:

-          Notes for commenting on books or verses for future reference
-          Highlighting capability with over 80 colors and symbols
-          Language tool to access the original Greek and Hebrew on any word in the Bible
-          New homepage navigation

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Lauren Hunter is a freelance writer, consultant and blogger who loves the Lord and desires to encourage churches to better use technology to improve every aspect of ministry. Her blog, ChurchTechToday, was born out of a need to find a place to discuss how technology can impact the Church in positive ways.

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