Not useful really Ok I like certain parts of this software. Layout looks intuitive until you actually want to use it. First. Even with a good network connection and rig, Its slow. Like molasses slow. For the amount being paid to use thousands it is incredibly slow. Lets talk about usefulness. The search feature is really poor. It does not know how to make a search the way people are used to searching subjects. It instead pretends to behave like an "assistant" as a feature. A useless one.
But why can't I store it in my SD card? I really enjoy this program but I don't see why you don't allow us to store the program on our SD card.
Bottomless Awesome selection of resources. It would take a lifetime to exhaust them.
Verbum Very enrichening tool that I can use whenever I am at Mass.
Fantastic! Perfect compliment to PC version. Reading on a tablet for hours is much easier than o. A desktop or even a laptop. I can read for hours, make notes and markings on the Android app, and have everything perfectly synced across all my devices. Doesn't get better than this.
Gives purpose to having a smartphone After hearing Patrick Madrid talk about Verbum on Immaculate Heart Radio (AM 1310 in Phoenix, Arizona), I downloaded the app. I'm still exploring it, but I can immediately see that this is an incredible tool that all people will be greatly enriched by. Thanks to the good folks who made this software available for free and thanks to Patrick Madrid for spreading the word about it.
Hello, Android users! Your friendly neighborhood mobile team has by working hard to improve the Logos Bible app. We’re excited to share some great improvements with this release:
-30% FASTER startup time on Android 4.3 or above (So you can spend more time reading)
-We renamed Visual Copy to Media to be consistent with the Logos 7 desktop app
-Added a scrollbar for reading Sermon Documents
-Fixed Note Document sync for Android 4.2 or below devices
The Catholic Study Bible App FREE text of the RSV Second Catholic Edition
FREE: The entire Gospel of Mark audio (99 min.) and access to EWTN content.