The app is good and now with Logos 7 Basic features you have a very good Bible app. A few bible translations, a good dictionary and also a decent study bible, in fact I'd say more than just decent. The Faithlife study bible notes are good, they sometimes go in depth and give you deeper insight. The few free resources are OK and with this I am good to go. If you want deeper Bible study, buy the full version. I think this is a great start to Bible study and you you would like this too. It does have little issues here and there, but overall a good app, as good as anything out there. Sometimes I am not able to navigate the study notes or follow links especially in the Lexham Bible Dictionary, but otherwise this I pretty decent.
I never stop to wonder how God endowed the children of men with so awesome a talent to develop the this masterpiece. Thanks to logos team. Since i was burged I find it difficult to navigate my way using my phone where i currently have the logos app.
Wonderful Bible study program/app. Great content both for phone & desktop/laptop. I have used Logos software, almost from the time I first began using a computer back in '92. It's just A-1, top quality programming and just keeps getting better and better. The latest iteration of the Logos software app for Android is STILL top notch
Logos is the best Bible app especially if you are already involved in their ecosystem. Even if not it's a great place to start reading God's Word!
I'm, glad to be able to carry "most" of my Logos library around w/ me on my portable device with ease of access in almost any situation. I wish there were an option to remove the Lexham English Bible audio book from the app. It takes up valuable phone storage space, but is locked into the app.
Would like the sort by most used view as on iPhone. Transliteration fonts are not all there. Apparatus fonts are completely missing. I was spoiled by the iPhone app.
- Reading Plan marker issues
- Display rendering issue while in Scroll View
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