Alternative to buying in the Logos store would be to offer a PAID version of the Bible app in the Google/Apple app stores that includes a Mobile Base Package. Give the user the option to upgrade from within the app (in case they are unaware of the paid version). Offering it in the app store would greatly simplify things for users IF you can hit the right price point (no room for filler here).
Here is another common example of why a Quick Starter Guide is needed (among many):
People come to the Logos app from the app store. they have no idea what Logos is or how it works or what's needed for it to work. They need a guide, they need an easy to access and easy to understand store, and they need a low-cost base package designed specifically for mobile users.
This is completed on iOS 7 devices, but not yet on Android devices.
I believe this is the same request as http://logosmobile.uservoice.com/forums/190765-logos-mobile-apps/suggestions/3613368-audio-books-
I think. I've been assuming that that was the intent of that suggestion, to add TTS.
How useful and how feasible would it be to treat each book of the bible (as well as each translation) as a separate book so that each book of the bible (for each translation) has a last know location that you can jump to? For example, if I start reading Genesis, finish with chapter 11, Jump over to James and read it, I could then go back to a selected location in Genesis or I could go to my "Furthest Page Read" in Genesis and it would take me to where I left off.
We are reviewing this one for possible implementation in the future.
As a workaround enter “local:” in the Library search field.
Typing "local:" in the library does this. That is the word "local" followed by a colon. It would be nice if there were a check box placed next to the top of the list where it says "nnnn resources" (so that it reads "nnnn resources | [ ] show local only") to filter the list more easily.
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