restrict the in app store to Logos.com. I do not want access to anything but Logos in logos.
@Anthony Actually, I would not mind access to only the logos family of websites. The problem I am concerned with is the access that this browser allows to the whole internet. I am trying to set up a tablet that is restricted from the web (no browser), but included excellent resources like Logos. The user(s) of this tablet are too vulnerable to the dangers on the internet and accountability software on a tablet is too flaky at this point. I have discovered that some of the apps (like Logos) I would like to include allow backend access to the internet.
I trust this better explains my concern and desire. Again, I believe I understand the purpose of the access to the Logos family (Vyros, Faithlife, Noet) -- easy access to purchasing additional resources. I am in support of this purpose. I am requesting that access be limited to accomplishing these purposes an nothing more.
Anthony Grubb commented
?? I can't figure out what problem this would create. You really haven't described an actual issue, but only stated your own dislike. When you go to the App's "Store," if you don't want to look at what is offered for Vyrso, for example, then don't click on the Vyrso tab. That's pretty simple, right?
Hence, I reserve my remaining votes for today to vote against what I can surmise as your proposal--and I say "surmise," because while conciseness is encouraged you failed to elaborate any actual issue in the second field and/or tell how users are inconvenienced.
Are you saying you don't want to be able to purchase titles licensed through Vyrso or Faithlife or Noet that would run on your Logos app? I'm guessing you don't realize they will--or otherwise I can't understand why this proposal.
Just to make this clear; any resources obtained through these other Logos-run sites will work very much the same on the Logos app (the surface text and basic word searches will work, but not all the in-depth datasets, references and tags would be included in a Vyrso ebook, for example). They can appear in the same library, provided they use the same account login for both sites. Also, customer service can merge your libraries into one for anyone who has set up separate accounts but now wants them all combined into one library and can be accessed through a single app.