I just commented about the method that worked for downloading all of my resources to my iPad. However, I tried it on my Android phone and this method doesn’t work. There is no “Download All” link that appears when using the Android app. Therefore, this only needs to be implemented for the Android version of the app.
You can already do this with the mobile app. Here is how:
1) Tap on your screen to ensure that the menus along the top and bottom open up.
2) Tap on the icon on the bottom menu which looks like an open Bible. (You will then see all of your resources.)
3) Swipe in a downward direction so that it is like your are scrolling up. (You will then see a link that says “Download All” appear in the top right corner.)
4) Tap on the link that says “Download All”.
Hope this helps.
They would have to make sure that it didn’t interfeer with the IOS Screen Speech feature. Otherwise it could interfere with read aloud features.
This is completed on iOS 7 devices, but not yet on Android devices.
This was initiated over four years ago. Logos responded over three years ago. Still no Android support!? This makes me wonder if there will ever be Android text-to-speech features. This is very disappointing for those of us with reading disabilities which are helped by TTS.