"I once was blind but now I see" This was it, the Bible Software I've been waiting for. It's not just a single column, but a dual window; like a real study Bible, you've got Scriptures up top and Notes or other Study volumes on the bottom. And Footnotes, but wait not actually Footnotes, because when you touch one of them, it pops up in a separate box and when you're done touch outside of the box and it's gone. And if that wasn't enough...when you're reading the Notes and there is a scriptural reference...
This is a great tool to enhance Bible study and grow deeper in the knowledge of the Scriptures! However, when using the ESV version of the Bible and doing a word studying it messes up. When I highlight a word and then tap on info and then Bible Word study it pulls up the info for the word that is 2 words later in the sentence. This has been a problem for some time now.
Wish the search worked better along with annotating or highlighting. I hate that I cannot pick a collection that I create to search just that collection..instead I can only pick "recent". Overall great app love Logos. Just wish a few things worked better.
Very Important feature of accessing personal books is missing. Also tends to be slow. Otherwise it has great potential.
Figuring out how navigate the app is a little difficult. But other than that, it's great!
Lot's of tools...interactive....encourages you to read... Makes it very interesting to study the bible... All the tools work very well....the best and most comprehensive I have used.. I have the desktop, tablet and mobile versions and alternate between them seamlessly
- Issue syncing prayers documents
- Crash opening visual copy when not authenticated
- MacArthur New Testament Commentary resources show a black space instead of chapter titles
- Verse of the day update crash
- Various bug fixes and improvements
- Scrolling view on Android initially allows multiple text columns
- Highlight markup panels are washed out in Sepia mode
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