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  • Re: "Welcome" Page Advertising

    [quote user="tom collinge"] I disagree. For me, a cross (or any other Christian symbol) on a product simply tells me the company's target audience; it is the company's marketing ploy to sell more products/services/etc... [/quote] This is insanely offensive. Logos is pimping the cross of Christ to turn a buck? Stay classy my friend. I considered Logos
    Posted to Android Apps by Ryan on Thu, Jul 19 2012
  • Re: "Welcome" Page Advertising

    The only reason I put the above quote was as food for thought, it holds no bearing on my previously posted beefs with the application's advertising.
    Posted to Android Apps by Ryan on Thu, Jul 19 2012
  • Re: "Welcome" Page Advertising

    [quote user="tom collinge"] [quote user="Ryan"]Bob was a developer,[/quote]Bob was a developer. Bob is no longer a developer; he is the CEO(?) of a for-profit company. [/quote] That is correct. If it was a rebuttal of some sort I fail to see it's relevance. I do have a slick quote for you- [quote]When Christian book publishing becomes primarily a business
    Posted to Android Apps by Ryan on Wed, Jul 18 2012
  • Re: "Welcome" Page Advertising

    [quote user="Sir Maru"]I just went to my android Logos home page. There were 3 ads. 2 of them were FREEBIES: George Whitfield Sermons and the Faithlife Study Bible. I'm sure you would want to know of available freebies. If they keep freebies in greater concentration than purchases for ads, I'm sure everyone would like that. Also, its really a simple
    Posted to Android Apps by Ryan on Wed, Jul 18 2012
  • Re: Post your desired enhancements here

    1. If a dictionary is installed, be able to highlight a word and give the definition from the dictionary.
    Posted to Android Apps by Ryan on Mon, Jul 16 2012
  • Re: "Welcome" Page Advertising

    I added the Emphasis below- [quote user="Sir Maru"] Ads appear on the Logos for PC Home page as well. Thus, the ads are standard for this product. They really don't bother me. I go straight to my devotionals from the android home page. The ads are mere one line summaries and not intrusive. [/quote] The very fact that there are ads in the product, and
    Posted to Android Apps by Ryan on Sun, Jul 15 2012
  • Re: "Welcome" Page Advertising

    [quote user="Jim Crouch"]I can mention several disappointments in the app. I guess we could always ask Obama to give Logos some Obama bucks to pay for the continued development and support of our "free" stuff. Maybe he could also give them some extra Obama bucks so they don't have to worry about the competition. The red herring may really be the mindset
    Posted to Android Apps by Ryan on Sat, Jul 14 2012
  • Re: "Welcome" Page Advertising

    Which would make the application more useful to the user and beneficial to the user's studies? If it was treated as a desktop like windows where the user can put links, shortcuts, small blurbs of their own information, or a page of ads controlled by the company?
    Posted to Android Apps by Ryan on Fri, Jul 13 2012
  • Re: "Welcome" Page Advertising

    Whether it is free or paid for is a red herring. There shouldn't be ads at all.
    Posted to Android Apps by Ryan on Thu, Jul 12 2012
  • Re: Your input needed: Faithlife Study Bible

    Subscription = No Interest
    Posted to General by Ryan on Mon, Jul 9 2012
  • Re: "Welcome" Page Advertising

    What if Logos built code to see whether or not resources have been purchased, and if they were purchased gives the ability to opt out of advertising. Then if someone else installed the Logos application, but had no purchased resources, then the ability to disable advertising isn't enabled. I obviously don't support forced advertising at all, but I'm
    Posted to Android Apps by Ryan on Sun, Jul 8 2012
  • Re: "Welcome" Page Advertising

    [quote user="toughski"] [quote user="Sir Maru"]Logos should follow their (Amazon) example[/quote] Yes Logos should follow their example in many other things: pricing lending library book previews library management, etc [/quote] No ads within the Kindle app The philosophy being, if the application is installed, it's to access Kindle content, and if
    Posted to Android Apps by Ryan on Sat, Jun 30 2012
  • Re: "Welcome" Page Advertising

    [quote user="Gabe Martin"] The news section will not be as prominent in the upcoming 2.0 release of the Vyrso / Logos / Biblia apps. [/quote] Thank you for addressing this concern, I look forward to the release.
    Posted to Android Apps by Ryan on Fri, Jun 29 2012
  • Re: "Welcome" Page Advertising

    [quote user="Michael Lyman"]It is a "free" app. Maybe they'll offer a paid app with no ads.[/quote] Are you suggesting that the ads are there to cover the expenses and cost incurred in the development of the application? I work extensively with mobile applications for products I support and install professionally. The mobile applications to access purchased
    Posted to Android Apps by Ryan on Thu, Jun 28 2012
  • "Welcome" Page Advertising

    How do I get rid of these stupid advertisements on the welcome screen? I want to see the product I purchased, not "Full Scholarship: Get Your Doctorate for Free" or "Share Logos with Dad for Father's Day"
    Posted to Android Apps by Ryan on Sat, Jun 16 2012
  • Downloaded, then updated resources

    The thought occurred to me today that if I have downloaded resources on my tablet and then the resources are updated, are the downloaded files themselves either re-downloaded, or modified accordingly to reflect the changes? In other words, the following takes place- I download Resource A to my mobile device. Logos updates Resource A. My mobile device
    Posted to Android Apps by Ryan on Sun, Apr 15 2012
  • Re: Logos 4 & Kindle Fire

    Love the Fire, and it works great with Logos. If there are apps you want, you can side step amazon's market place by installing the raw Android APK file. Also, you can always root it :D
    Posted to Android Apps by Ryan on Wed, Apr 4 2012
  • Re: Logos March Madness - Which are the "Wright" resources?

    In jest... I purchased the following- The New Testament and the People of God Jesus and the Victory of God Paul: Fresh Perspectives Thanks for the discounts Logos :D
    Posted to General by Ryan on Wed, Apr 4 2012
  • Re: Vertial Scroll

    Auto scroll... with adjustable speeds.... mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm Do want.
    Posted to Android Apps by Ryan on Wed, Mar 21 2012
  • Re: not THAT valuable

    Because the only reason we have cheap Bibles, Joel Osteen books, and gimicky expensive Christian products is because the individuals who create and fill the shelves with the stuff believe there is brand loyalty. Putting out a product to a large group of people out there who don't do golf, or attend NFL games, or travel, or collect stamps. They would
    Posted to General by Ryan on Mon, Mar 5 2012
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