Better Bible Study on iPad & iPhone—Free!

Bible study just got better with the updated Logos Bible app for iPhone and iPad.  The app is redesigned to be more user friendly and better for groups. New features include a reworked home page, customizable reading plans, Faithlife-connected Community Notes, and additional panels for split-screen viewing.

If you haven’t downloaded the redesigned Bible app, don’t wait any longer! It helps you experience fuller, richer Bible study wherever you go—and it’s absolutely free.

You’ll get:

Community Notes: Share verse-by-verse thoughts and comments with anyone in your Faithlife community. Passages mentioned by your friends, your church, and Christian leaders show up marked with an icon.

Reading plans: Customize your reading plans with versatile templates to keep your studying on schedule, and then share your personalized plans with others.

Highlighting: Mark the text your way with more than 80 colors and symbols.

Languages: Access the Bible’s original Greek and Hebrew with a simple tap-and-hold on any word. You’ll instantly see the term’s lemma and morphology.

Split screen: Study any secondary resource side by side with your favorite Bible. Both panels scroll in sync, so you’re always in the right place.

Word studies: Learn more about a Greek or Hebrew word by running a Bible word study. Logos 4 links the text to dictionaries, lexicons, and cross-references and lets you compare translations.

Free books: Get 44 resources for free when you download the Logos app. Then open up 25 more free books by creating a Logos.com account.

And so much more!

Learn more about the Logos app on our mobile apps page, and then download the app today!

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8 Responses to “Better Bible Study on iPad & iPhone—Free!”

  1. sandy August 29, 2012 at 1:18 pm #

    Cool article and video Kensey. This app is super slick :)

    • Rev. Jeffrey Kran August 29, 2012 at 3:38 pm #

      newest update to app-excellent. Good Job Logos!

  2. Don Johnson August 31, 2012 at 7:26 am #

    much improved, but I wish you could turn off the red letters… or am I missing something?

    • Philana Crouch September 6, 2012 at 3:31 pm #

      With the Bible open tap the middle of the panel. In the top right corner you will see “Aa” tap on it and toggle Red Letters off.

  3. R. Moten September 2, 2012 at 11:13 am #

    Good but still need the low light feature (dark background with light text)

    • Philana Crouch September 6, 2012 at 3:33 pm #

      With the Bible open tap the middle of the panel. In the top right corner you will see “Aa” tap on it and choose between white, sepia or black.

  4. Marvin Williams September 3, 2012 at 10:04 am #

    How do I get my passage guide to come up. On the last app it was on the bottom. Where do I find it?

    • Philana Crouch September 6, 2012 at 3:42 pm #

      four options

      • From the home page you have have two panels on the bottom, on the lower left one swipe until you see passage guide.
      • From the Bible tap the middle, in the top left is a book icon, tap and swipe panel until you come to the one with the passage guide.
      • From the Bible swipe up on the verse Passage Guide should be an option.
      • use the verse chooser to open the Bible to the correct verse, next to reference box (may need to tap on middle) is the share button, I think the passage guide is an option there too.