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Chris duMond (Faithlife) | Forum Activity | Posted: Tue, May 9 2017 11:24 AM

Logos Cloud is subscription-based access to online Bible study tools and content you can use right in your web browser. You’ll get interactive tools, stunning media, and top-notch Christian books in the Logos web app, making Logos Cloud the ultimate online Bible study experience.

  • Read the Bible alongside a commentary or study Bible notes, and scroll in sync
  • Compare Bible translations
  • Study a biblical passage, topic, or word
  • Prepare a sermon
  • Take a course
  • Explore media to help both learn and teach
  • And much more!

We’ve partnered with the biggest names in Christian publishing to include a trustworthy Bible study library with every level of Logos Cloud. You get everything from inspiring devotionals to rigorous biblical scholarship—all at a low monthly price.

Try Logos Cloud free for 14 days. It’s completely risk-free—there’s no credit card required and your subscription won’t auto-renew unless you decide to start a full subscription.

How many options are there?

Logos Cloud has seven levels to fit any library need and price point: 

  1. Starter: Add depth to your study with select tools & books
  2. Essentials: Enjoy more books and tools for devotional study
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  3. Standard: Start your journey toward advanced Bible study
  4. Plus: Be prepared with effective ministry tools
  5. Professional: Study with a library curated for academics
  6. Premium: Lead and preach with a robust library
  7. Ultimate: Study theology in depth and breadth with a massive library

Who is it for?

Logos Cloud is for people who:

  1. want to upgrade from free Bible study tools—or are ready to go beyond print into the world of digital Bible study

  2. want more flexibility with access to different resources, lower upfront risk, and less long-term commitment

  3. can't use our desktop software due to older machines, limited storage space, or an unsupported operating system

  4. have a preference for web apps over desktop apps 

  5. don't currently own a Logos base package or don’t have a large Logos library

  6. aren't committed to ownership as a model for building their Bible study library

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doc | Forum Activity | Replied: Tue, May 9 2017 1:15 PM

Logos cloud is not new, it's already been here for quite a while.  A better approach to get the message you want to out to readers of these forums would be a post about the why and how of changes to Logos Cloud subscription and what it means for existing subscribers rather than a post that makes out this is something brand new.

The marketing team at FL will never cease to amaze me about how little they think about the audience and what questions the audience might actually want addressed when they write up these sales pitches.

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Denise | Forum Activity | Replied: Tue, May 9 2017 1:41 PM

Disciple of Christ (doc):

Logos cloud is not new, it's already been here for quite a while.  A better approach to get the message you want to out to readers of these forums would be a post about the why and how of changes to Logos Cloud subscription and what it means for existing subscribers rather than a post that makes out this is something brand new.

The marketing team at FL will never cease to amaze me about how little they think about the audience and what wuestions the audience might actually want addressed when they write up these sales pitches.

I thought it seemed familiar. Though I thought Logos Cloud was mainly public domain and Lexham stuff.

I checked a couple of the levels. Can't really see what's included ... the list appears to be like a game of pick-up-sticks. Carefully mixed up. But Libby's in there, so it must be a fun game.


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PetahChristian | Forum Activity | Replied: Tue, May 9 2017 2:00 PM

Denise:
I checked a couple of the levels. Can't really see what's included

There was a side-by-side "Comparison" page showing all the resources which were/weren't included for each tier of Logos Cloud. I can't find it anymore.

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Keep Smiling 4 Jesus :) | Forum Activity | Replied: Wed, May 10 2017 2:37 PM

PetahChristian:

Denise:
I checked a couple of the levels. Can't really see what's included

There was a side-by-side "Comparison" page showing all the resources which were/weren't included for each tier of Logos Cloud. I can't find it anymore.

Dreaming of Logos Cloud Comparison

Found Logos Cloud Pricing => https://logoscloud.com/pricing can show Highlighted Books with hyperlink for all titles in this level

Manually could create title comparison from product page lists:

97 books => https://logoscloud.com/products/138567/logos-cloud-starter

144 books => https://logoscloud.com/products/138568/logos-cloud-essentials

326 books => https://logoscloud.com/products/138569/logos-cloud-standard

725 books => https://logoscloud.com/products/138570/logos-cloud-plus

905 books => https://logoscloud.com/products/138571/logos-cloud-professional

1,744 books => https://logoscloud.com/products/138572/logos-cloud-premium

2,737 books => https://logoscloud.com/products/138573/logos-cloud-ultimate

Keep Smiling Smile

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Denise | Forum Activity | Replied: Wed, May 10 2017 6:08 PM

Might be more simple to ask someone at Logosland to play customer now and then.


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Joseph Luna | Forum Activity | Replied: Fri, Jun 30 2017 5:11 PM

The idea would be for logos to tailor what the customer owns and offer him to bring him his library to a higher level as an attractive incentive. The price should not be more than a few dollars a month, otherwise it would not be profitable for the customer.

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JoshInRI | Forum Activity | Replied: Sat, Jul 1 2017 5:32 AM

Wow...I checked them out and they are so overpriced.

Geepers!

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