Posted Yesterday, 09:16 AM
The ios app is also from olive tree and 'less than stellar" is possibly the understatement of the year. I certainly wouldnt recommend it and regret getting it as there is no search functionality for articles or notes or topics or maps or timelines. There are no indexes so you have to know something exists in order to look for it and there are no quick link functions so if it starts with anything down the alphabet, prepare for a lot of scrolling. You can search on the scripture text only. Its worse than a kindle version!!!!!!
I have raised this with support who think its a good idea to include search and quick links but as they have developed other study bible apps, not sure why it isnt included as standard design.
The ios limited functionality has meant i havent used it since i got it as cant find what im looking for, such as cultural stuff on shepherds and passover meal.
My feeling are wait in the hope that it will come to accordance or get a paper copy with indexes and have the added advantage of having the ability to lend it to people.
Edited by ukfraser, Yesterday, 09:36 AM.
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Accordance 2x iOS 9x on iPad pro and iPhone 4s, occasionally accordance 12x on Mountain Lion on a reliable '08 mbp.
Other life enhancing software I use includes: forScore with AirTurn page turner for leading the service including the music from my iPad, HymnQuest for developing my selection of appropriate music, Sibelius for preparing music scores, Lightroom for my photo library.