This is an excellent app. How to use this app in a church without Wi-Fi.. If you are dependent on Wi-Fi as I am, tap your screen while in a Wi-Fi zone, until A tiny circle with an i in it appears (for information?) in the left top corner.. tap that and a page appears where you can adjust your text size. You should also set the "Readings Sync" to "Yes" and if you have the memory to spare click on "30 Days" Now once every 30 days you have to remember to open this app while in a Wi-Fi zone, and it will update itself so that you'll be able to open it to the current readings each time. Thank you, Crenovia, for a very helpful and up to date e-Missal....
Improvement Thanks for this wonderful app but please we need an improvement. On feast days, two readings may be available say "vigil" and "dawn" but when you try clicking, it always says error loading page. What can be done?
Samsung Galaxy Note 4 & samsung galaxy note 10.1 Can there be a offline version? Or an option to download the day which i want? We dont have Internet in church. Also include an option to write notes? That would be a plus for me. As when the priest is giving the homily I usually take notes from what he says. In addition why can't I get out of the app? I have to press the home button to escape from the app. This is disappointing.
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.
Poor This is not a good app. It is internet-dependent yet takes so much space - 11mb; the Mass Prefaces are missing.
* Bug fixes
* Eucharistic prayers changes
Thanks for all your suggestions and feedback :)
God bless !!