One Year® Devo Reader

One Year® Devo Reader

By Tecarta, Inc.

  • Category: Book
  • Release Date: 2011-07-06
  • Current Version: 7.12.2
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 31.21 MB
  • Developer: Tecarta, Inc.
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 9.3 or later.
Score: 4.5
4.5
From 276 Ratings

Description

Do-able. Daily. Devotions. Start any day The One Year way. This 365-day iPhone/iPad devotional reader app will help you stay on track as you explore the inspiring and life-changing devotionals available from Tyndale. This app comes with 5-day samples from all the available iPhone/iPad One Year Devotionals. Get this free app, decide on a devotional you want, and purchase it effortlessly using in-app purchase! This One Year Devo Reader app will help you make Bible reading a priority with: • A key Bible passage • An introductory devotional thought • A Scripture passage to read • A concluding take-away for the day Do you sometimes struggle with reading the Bible daily? The One Year Devo Reader app gives you practical tools to help you connect with God daily. You will be able to: • share inspiring quotes via text messaging, e-mail, and Facebook • write and organize notes for each devotional • access devotionals through relevant topics and scripture passages • make in-app purchases of other convenient One Year Devos • tap referenced scriptures to read them in the app Discover other inspiring One Year devotionals for your iPhone—or for a friend: The One Year Through the Bible Devotional The One Year Praying Through the Bible Devotional The One Year Devotions for Women The One Year Devotions for Men The One Year Devotions for Teens The One Year Love Language Minute Devotional Published by Tyndale House Publishers. www.tyndale.com Powered by Tecarta. www.tecartabible.com

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Reviews

  • Great app.

    5
    By Silversurfer1
    Every morning, I wake up, have my coffee, and read the Bible with this app. Great. Navigation could be a little better, but whatever, it's still good.
  • Wow

    1
    By Not a good service
    This app is just a way to sell the devotional that cost $8. What a lie!!!! I am looking for a devotional app for teenagers who really need a good devotional for their phones that is free and all this app does is offer the $8 apps you cannot get to anything else. I expect to be lied to by people who just want to sell for a profit but it would be nice if "Christians" actually told the truth!!!!
  • A fun way to study!

    5
    By StayGreene
    I am a month in to reading my devotional consistently and I have gained so much knowledge. It's a great way to learn more about the Bible!
  • Not free

    1
    By cezey
    This is just a place to go buy the other apps.
  • GREEDY 💵 Hungry

    2
    By Zzxvfreh
    Just greedy I'm not buying anything when I can get devotionals free😁😁😁😁...just 💵💵hungry.
  • Pretty good

    4
    By No TV allowed
    This was the first devo app I got when I first got my iPad. I liked it a lot then and went almost through one of the one year devos. I came to see what new material they have ... And they have added much more. I love that they now have a pop-up link for the Scriptures referenced in the body of the devo. But they don't show the entire reference, even if it is only one verse. And it doesn't allow you to click so that the Scripture shows in the main window. Also, in the main Scripture window, navigation is ok. I like the options available for navigating, and you can go back to where you were, but you can't go forward after you've gone backward. So it needs a little work.
  • Daily deviation

    5
    By Mimster 2
    This is my second year with this app. It has truly Blessed from the beginning to the end of the year. I've grown so much in the the word.
  • best app ever

    5
    By Hannieratz98
    easy to use. can buy different versions of the bible. good study content. rarely crashes and can be synced with other devices.
  • Good read

    5
    By LDW1025
    I needed this. It is very inspirational and motivational
  • A wonderful help in Bible readings

    5
    By LiddlegrlwiDacurl
    I relish the way Bible readings are presented, in short pieces of related passages. I get a lot more out of my reading. The best way is to correlate reading this with reading the Study Bible. I follow up odds and ends all over the Bible. The only thing I could wish for is passages that tell the Christmas story and the story of Holy Week to be assigned at the appropriate days and months. Oh I thought of one more thing: new editions each year. I've re read my book for three years now.

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