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Steve | Forum Activity | Posted: Mon, Apr 4 2016 10:22 AM

I love the iPhone app, and have gotten to where I rarely use my laptop with the full version. I think I could sell my laptop, and just use my iPhone except for one issue. I have a lot of notes, and I will periodically print them all off into a booklet. To do this I have to use the laptop. If you could change the website access to allow all notes to show up in a format which could be copied that would eliminate my last dependence on the laptop.

Even nicer would be the ability to print directly from the iPhone. I assume that would be a lot more work, but it would be great to print (or e-mail) one or all notes at once.

I also would suggest an option that would allow iPad/iPhone users to pay a monthly amount, and not need to invest in the desktop app version.

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Graham Criddle | Forum Activity | Replied: Mon, Apr 4 2016 10:36 AM

Hi Steve

Faihtlife are developing their web app to have a lot of desktop functionality - currently in beta testing for Logos Now subscribers at app.logos.com

It doesn't currently support Documents but I believe that will happen in the future

Steve:

I also would suggest an option that would allow iPad/iPhone users to pay a monthly amount, and not need to invest in the desktop app version.

I was intrigued by this comment as the desktop app is available for free. What investment were you thinking of?

and this is probably best discussed in the iOS apps forum - it may get moved there

Graham

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Steve | Forum Activity | Replied: Mon, Apr 4 2016 10:49 AM

My thought is that rather than investing in upgrading the desktop version every few years, I would rather pay a monthly mobile fee in order to get future ios updates and web access. It is my understanding that Logos finances the mobile app by people like me purchasing a Logos bundle. I made my first purchase over ten years ago, and upgraded to Logos 5 a few years ago. Then recently upgraded to 6. Instead of making those investments, and maintaining the cost of a laptop I would be willing to pay a monthly fee to have access to my existing libraries, free and meaningful ios app updates, and access to the online web app. I just would need the mentioned feature to cut my cord of dependence on the laptop.

Am I not seeing this quite right? :-)

Steve

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Graham Criddle | Forum Activity | Replied: Mon, Apr 4 2016 12:03 PM

I understand what you are saying and others have suggested payment options for the mobile apps.

To date, Faithlife hasn't charged for core app functionality - on desktop or mobile - but they do charge for additional features and resources.

So at the moment you don't need to pay anything to access your current resources.

I think what you are saying is that you are willing to pay for functionality (mobile app enhancements / web app) instead of spending on desktop package upgrades.

In many ways this is provided by the Logos Now concept - a regular monthly payment providing access to the web app and additional functionality - but it doesn't address mobile app functionality where enhancements are free.

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