Wednesday, June 30, 2010

LDS Scriptures App

I have had my Motorola Droid for about 7 months now, and I absolutely love it! I love how customizable it is and how you can do with it what you want. Another awesome feature of it is the apps. I have found over 100 apps that I have installed and use on a daily basis.

One such app is LDS Scriptures App. I first downloaded this app back in January, and I have to say it is probably one of the most used apps on my Droid. You can go to their webpage for all of the features, but one that I love and use the most is the ability to synchronize with their servers. That means that anytime you reinstall the app (which I do plenty of after changing different ROMs on my Droid), your notes, highlights, bookmarks, tags, etc. are all restored within minutes. Another advantage of syncing with their servers is that you can choose what content is on your phone. They have a list of literally hundreds of books, manuals, and resources that you can get to your phone in no time.

Probably the coolest feature that this app has, however, is the ability to create custom content. I have found a few things that I wanted quick and easy access to, so I just created a book using their book builder, and it showed up on my Droid. Piece of cake!

Now, this app is not perfect. However, I must say that it has improved a lot since I first got it. The links to other books are far more accurate than they used to be. I have noticed that I will have to attempt to open books from My Content a few times before it is successful. But those are minor annoyances with an otherwise excellent app.

This app is available for Android, iPhone, iPad, PC, and Mac. I would highly recommend it!

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Chad Banks said...

The highest rated paid LDS scripture app in the Google Play Store is LDS Scriptures Premium. It features bookmarking, highlighting, adding your own content, taking notes and search. It includes the hymns and gospel art. You can listen to Mormon Channel radio or watch LDS videos.

LDS Scriptures Premium