An improvement, but there are still two issues. First, and most important, the text is now much too large, even at the smallest setting. Just lowering the lower limit for the font size would do the trick. Second, there is still an empty area on the bottom that is taken up by navigation buttons. Many apps (e.g., Kindle for Android) “auto-hides” this strip. I suggest doing the same, to provide more space for the actual text.
I have an LG phone. The prayers for my phone are different than the rest of the people, even though everyone has the same app. I downloaded the prayers of the day, but instead of automatically loading the common of virgins, I needed to manually go to the common of virgins. Everyone else had no problems. I tried updating, but same results. Edit: The problem has been fixed. Thank you for constantly working on the problems, and even making it free.
Handy. Nice app. But one problem I encountered is the audio mode starts every time from the beginning. It would be nice if it had a option to start from where we last stopped. Thanks Fr joswin
After the last update, the annoying lower bar for the zoom disappeared, which is good! Now though, for no apparent reason the zoom option (conveniently placed in the general settings) is not strong enough: the minimum zoom still leaves the characters way too big! Please, rescale the zoom, everything else is perfect.
A very helpful app for everyone. I just have a suggestion. Can you include a button or an easier way to change days? Going to the "settings" in order to look at prayers/readings from a future date involves a lot of clicks. It could be done in a much easier way.
At its current state of development quite functional. A suggestion: on auto scroll mode the screen need to no locked on. It notes goes to sleep several times during liturgy.
Following your feedback, this new version of IBreviary include a redesigned text managment for the readings, a less intrusive commands for Text To Speech and AutoScroll, and few bugs corrected.
Liturgy of the Hours, the prayer of the Church. Lauds, Vespers to consult
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