Poor This is not a good app. It is internet-dependent yet takes so much space - 11mb; the Mass Prefaces are missing.
Now I can take ny phone other0 people church without people looking at me saying oh well shes texting during church.
A really great start This is a nice app that would be much better with just a little effort. Instead of listing all the possible options depending in which day it is, it would be much less cumbersome if they just provided the text for the actual day that it is (e.g. Easter, Pentecost), and eliminate the rest not applicable to today. And for the many options a priest might use, allow us to select the one used in our church and hide the rest. Maybe even save those settings to our specific church to share with others.
Good but one thing would make it better. In the eucharistic prayers section make the various types collapsible so it is easier to find the one your church uses. This will limit the amount of scrolling especially if your church uses 3 or 4.
iBreviary and Laudate are much better App runs slow, is cumbersome and hard to navigate. iBreviary (available.for Android) includes Mass readings and the complete Divine Office along with other prayers. If you don't want to burn your online time you can download several days worth of readings and save to your device to read where you don't have WiFi or cell access. Laudate links to the USCCB website for the readings (so you need Internet access ) but is also complete. Both apps are far superior to this one.
Sullivan Emma Smart and android phones ve made the world a global network where you can access virtually everything you need without stress and load. Thanks to God and technology
* Bug fixes
* Eucharistic prayers changes
Thanks for all your suggestions and feedback :)
God bless !!
This application contains the new English translation of the order of the Mass