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I guess I'm not sure if I need all these separate apps on my ipad. The main question I have is can they share offline resources or do I need to download the same resources for each separate app? (Can this be a future feature if not?) If they are redundant, can most everything can be accomplished in Logos...
Posted to iPhone/iPad
by David Wells
on Thu, Sep 6 2012
Filed under: iPad, vyrso, Ipad and iPhone and Logos, iPad linking books, ipad apps
Is the history feature still available as it was in the previous version? If not, what is an easy way to keep track of the books that I have downloaded?
I am planning to purchase a tablet and want guidance on which would be best? Logos/Vyrso is my main reason, though I'll also do email, web, etc. I'm interested in your overall impressions as well as Logos-specific input. My questions for y'all: Why did you choose your particular tablet? What do you like...
I love the new Vyrso app and the books available there. Can we listen to them like we can with Logos on our computers? Thanks, Tom Norton
iAnnotate PDF (allows for marking up notes in PDF form. I use for teaching classes.) Drop Box Slideshow Remote (I control PPT slideshows and can easily see the PPT notes. Thus I take my iPad2 to the stage when preaching). Twitter MyPad+ (Facebook app) Vyrso (I have Kindle app, but this is going to be...
I understand the idea behind Vyrso but I still fail to see the need for a separate application. Could not the same functions of Vyrso be role into the Bible software app? As a long time user of LBS what I'm looking for in your products is easy of use and sophistication. Because Vyrso does mimic the other...
What is the point? It looks like a scaled down version of the iPad app.
Posted to Vyrso
by John Nerdue
on Thu, May 26 2011
Filed under: app, iPad, vyrso