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  • Re: NIV

    All of the idiocy surrounding the NIV has led me to what probably should have been the logical conclusion in the first place: dumping the NIV as a version of interest. Congratulations on turning off a customer, Zondervan, that's some great business sense!
    Posted to iPhone/iPad Apps by John Williston on Wed, May 23 2012
  • Re: NIV

    Yes! Yes! Yes! Thanks, Logos, for finally doing what every other publisher managed to do years ago. I'd have been happy to pay extra for it, but to get it as part of my content package is great. Much obliged!
    Posted to iPhone/iPad Apps by John Williston on Thu, Nov 3 2011
  • Re: NIV

    Have faith :)
    Posted to iPhone/iPad Apps by John Williston on Mon, Sep 12 2011
  • Re: NIV

    Ding! Ding! Ding! We have a winner! I'll happily fork over extra to have the NIV on my iPad. I don't mind paying for value; that's what capitalism is all about. I just want the option. Or any option with Logos for that matter.
    Posted to iPhone/iPad Apps by John Williston on Mon, Sep 12 2011
  • Re: NIV

    I'm going with a mix of (1) and (3). Companies don't change unless customers hold their feet to the fire, which motivates me toward (1). In the meantime, (3) is my only option to keep the NIV with me until Logos figures out how to do what virtually every other company has already accomplished.
    Posted to iPhone/iPad Apps by John Williston on Mon, Sep 12 2011
  • Re: NIV

    Yup. That's exactly what I'm after. I'm not denying that there are other translations of merit or anything silly like that. It's just that the NIV is the devil I know; i.e., I know where it's not a great rendering from the Greek, so it's the version I want to carry with me to church and everywhere else. Logos on my iPad makes it easy to take every other
    Posted to iPhone/iPad Apps by John Williston on Mon, Sep 12 2011
  • Re: NIV

    I did read the link. What I was referring to as speculation were your suggestions that (1) Zondervan would play favorites, granting NIV to everybody but Logos, and (2) that Logos "caving" to Zondervan would somehow unleash the publishing genie from the bottle and prevent us from having any resources on our mobile devices. Those are clearly speculative
    Posted to iPhone/iPad Apps by John Williston on Mon, Sep 12 2011
  • Re: NIV

    Without more specific information, we're speculating in the dark. What I know for certain is (1) other vendors seem to be capable of doing it, so (2) I believe Logos should be capable of doing it. That they don't/can't is a reason to look to another product that can.
    Posted to iPhone/iPad Apps by John Williston on Sun, Sep 11 2011
  • Re: NIV

    You're welcome to reiterate, and I don't mean to offend, but it still doesn't make sense no matter how many times it's said. Plenty of other vendors have mobile products with the NIV translation; ergo, it isn't a Zondervan issue, it's a Logos issue. Were it a Zondervan issue, nobody would have the NIV.
    Posted to iPhone/iPad Apps by John Williston on Sun, Sep 11 2011
  • Re: NIV

    Thanks for the replies. I should have been more precise. What I'm after is the NIV translation in Logos, not some other software. I have too much other stuff to keep track of as it is. As to being "upset" at Logos, well, they're the vendor from whom I purchased the software. There may be other causes along the way, no doubt, but if others can procure
    Posted to iPhone/iPad Apps by John Williston on Thu, Apr 7 2011
  • Re: NIV

    Still no news in April of 2011? This is getting ridiculous. The NIV is my Bible of choice, and it's the one book I can't seem to get on my iPad. It's irritating.
    Posted to iPhone/iPad Apps by John Williston on Wed, Apr 6 2011
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