By SOLUCIONES DE COMUNICACION EMPRESARIAL SL
The first time I opened this app it want $7.99 or free trial. I will not pay for a bible app. Also when I got it opened it went straight to ads! No thank you!
There is annoying pop up that plays over speaker even when you have mute on. I will never download another app from this developer.
Part of col. 2 . 9 through 14 are missing
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Dios es vivo amén
This bible app is super great! I love that it has the Christian radio!! Most don’t have that feature.
BEWARE. This app keeps charging me $5.15 every week despite deleting it and emailing the creators. Can’t get it to stop charging me!
Where is the audio?
I was thinking that I’d try to read the Bible again to see if it/God might speak to me. I figured that I’d be more likely to read it on my iPad vs carrying around a bible. I was impressed by the various translations but I quickly became overwhelmed trying to figure out which would be best for me right now (samples of text might be helpful as opposed to downloading all of them). Today, while using the Bible to actually look up a reference (as opposed to reading part of a book where I’d previously left off), I noticed that every time I returned to the contents page and selected a new book, I’d be confronted with at least one advertisement before I could access the Bible verses. (BTW, my favorite ad was for Lily’s garden game. The female character is doing laundry and can only shut the washer/dryer by sitting on top of it. Once the unit starts its cycle, she discovers a new vibrational joy! She then takes a field trip with her friends to a laundromat, where they each sit atop a vibrator machine holding their glasses of wine. It seems like such a fitting ad for a Bible app to be running... 🙄) The ads are annoying enough - and the $2/week cost to get rid of them is absurd ($104/year ?!?) - but when I couldn’t find a specific verse, I was dismayed. I looked in other translations and couldn’t find it. I found my actual bible to make sure the verse exists (it does). I was looking for 2 Timothy 2:15. In the actual Bible, there are 26 verses in that chapter. This app only has 9 verses recorded. Interestingly, the same is true for the surrounding chapters (first 8-9 verses only) and 1 Timothy as well. Based on the lack of discretion in ad choice, the ridiculous weekly price, and the failure to present the whole text, I’m guessing that this app was developed by someone interested in profiting off spirituality- a niche market - as opposed to someone genuinely convicted to share the word of god freely and broadly. Ironically, 2 Timothy 2:15 reads: “Do your best to present yourself to God as one approved, a worker who does not need to be ashamed AND WHO CORRECTLY HANDLES THE WORD OF TRUTH.” (NIV) FWIW, the ads work. To deal with my annoyance, I’m going to pour myself a glass of wine and go sit on top of my dryer...with a real Bible. 😉😀
As a Christian I did not like seeing a gambling spinning devise to start my Bible reading. This is terrible. No true Christian would start their Bible reading with a spinning wheel. Whoever developed this app should be ashamed. Certainly was not a Christian. I will be warning other Christians not to use this abominable app. Shame On You.