Own Logos 7? Now You Can Use the Web App for Free.

We’re happy to announce that as of July 1, everyone who owns Logos 7 can access the web app. Go ahead: try it out for yourself now.

If you own the Logos 7 Starter Feature Set or higher (included in all Logos 7 base packages), you can now do in-depth Bible study, right in your browser.

The perfect time to get started

Over the last year, we’ve transformed the Logos web app into a tool you’ll want to use every day. You won’t find complete parity with the Logos desktop software; after all, we’ve been building Logos for 25 years! Nevertheless, the web app has become a truly robust Bible study tool that we knew our most dedicated users would love.

Here’s a bit of what you can expect, and why you’ll want to turn to the web app for your study from time to time.

Jump right in

There’s no indexing, no resource downloading, and no app to install. Just go to App.Logos.com to get started. This is perfect if you forget your laptop at home but need to keep working on that sermon, paper, or Bible study on another computer. We’ve even created a brand new homepage that opens the right resources for your study in a click.

Launch the web app to get started.

Capture your biblical insights

Stay on track with reading plans and keep your focus on the text by removing chapter and verse numbers. Plus, you can move seamlessly from studying, to writing, to building a presentation: the Logos web app now includes the Sermon Editor and Media Tool!

Start your next sermon now.

An important note about notes

CAUTION: Keep in mind that at this point notes and highlights from the web app will not show up in the desktop app and vice versa. We’re working on creating this cross-platform syncing, but meanwhile you’re data, notes, and highlights are completely safe. Just keep in mind that as we make the transition to a new note system, you won’t be able to access your notes across all platforms. (Read more about notes here.)

Find anything, fast

Searching with the Logos web app is lightning fast. Own a massive library? You’ll still find just what you need in seconds. Plus, we’ve added new guide sections so you can discover relevant sermons, excerpts from grammars, and journal articles at a glance.

Search for something to try it out.

Go beneath the surface text

Click any word in your Bible and instantly see its lemma, root, quick links to a Bible word study, and more. Right click to bring up the context menu. You can even pull up the inline reverse interlinear to reveal the underlying languages.

Open a Bible and try out the inline reverse interlinear.

Master a biblical topic or book

With the Courses Tool, not only can you take your Mobile Ed courses inside the web app, you can launch in-depth studies on biblical themes like “grace” or classic resources like Augustine’s Confessions. Or jump into a topical study straight from the homepage.

Explore topics for your next study.

Tell us what you think

The web app has come a long way, and we think you’ll love it. But it will get even better with your help.

Visit the forums now to tell us what features we should work on next and how to tweak what’s already there. Or submit feedback right in the app: just look for the little kebab menu in the top right corner of the resource panel.

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Ready for another bonus? We’ve unlocked Fuzzy Bible Search and Bible Browser to Logos 7 users, too! Read more about it on the forums.

Comments

  1. I have Logos 7 Starter but the web app doesn’t work for me.

  2. Your promo email says owners of Logos 7 have access to the app free; however, you actually only offer a 14day free trial. This is the worst kind of bait and switch and is unacceptable!

    • Tyler Smith says:

      Hi, Bill. Anybody who owns Logos 7 really does get access to the web app! Simply visit app.logos.com, log into your Faithlife account that includes a Logos 7 feature set, and you’ll be able to study with Logos on the web. If you continue to have trouble accessing it, please contact Customer Service: 800-875-4191

      • Doug Hanna says:

        Like Bill, I don’t have access either.

        • Tyler Smith says:

          Hi, Doug. Did you log into the app using the link in the top right corner of app.logos.com?

          • Doug Hanna says:

            Yes. Still just takes me to the sign-up screen (with three different plans), despite the fact that I have a Logos 7 package.

          • Tyler Smith says:

            I would reach out to Customer Service. Since you have the Starter feature set, you should have access. Call them at 800-875-4191.

    • Henry Yennie says:

      Agreed! This is disgraceful. It is also typical of what Logos has become. I will never contribute one more dollar to this organization.

      • Tyler Smith says:

        Hi, Henry. As I clarified with Bill, anyone who owns a Logos 7 feature set really can access the Logos web app. If you own Logos 7 and are still unable to access the web app, I encourage you to call Customer Service at 800-875-4191.

        Sorry for any confusion of miscommunication. Let me know if there’s anything I can do to help.

        Best,

        Tyler

  3. Alfredo Sosa says:

    Very very slow… cannot get anything to work quickly…
    During the time it took me to write this note, it’s still loading…
    And just before I clicked the “Post Comment” button, it’s still thinking…

    Thanks.

    • Tyler Smith says:

      Hi, Alfredo. Have you had any luck since you posted this comment? We haven’t seen any other reports of slow load time. Is it possible your internet connection is experiencing problems?

  4. Piet Huttenga says:

    Hi Tyler,

    But where can I login? When I open apps.logos.com I have three choices, but no place to login. Can you make this more clear?

    Blessings,

    Piet

  5. I had no problem logging in and using the resource for free. Very nicely done.

    Thank you.

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