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  • Re: iPad?

    The iPad app, just like the iPhone app, is fantastic. I can now sit in the comfort of my sofa and read the many, many resources available from my Logos library. One question however and that is whether there are plans to provide a means of highlighting or commenting on text as you read. I just can't seem to read a book without a highlighter in my hand
    Posted to iPhone/iPad Apps by Larry D Tyler on Mon, Apr 5 2010
  • Re: Can you import e-books purchased from SONY into LOGOS?

    I guess I started this mess but it seems that Logos is taking care of it. The latest V4 has the iPhone app that now allows you to check out a book from your library and "store" it on your device. Of course, I do not consider the iPhone an e-reader but the natural progression of this would be the similar capability once the iPad is released. So, it would
    Posted to Logos 4 by Larry D Tyler on Thu, Feb 4 2010
  • Re: Can you import e-books purchased from SONY into LOGOS?

    It would be nice to e-mail you if I had a way of knowing your e-mail address. Thanks for your input. God Bless, Don
    Posted to Logos 4 by Larry D Tyler on Mon, Feb 1 2010
  • Re: Logos to e-reader

    I would like to check out the book from my library so I don't have to have internet access to read it. I can read the book on my e-reader anywhere. The key to me is being able to check out the book and have it electronically stored on my e-reader.
    Posted to Suggestions by Larry D Tyler on Mon, Feb 1 2010
  • Logos to e-reader

    I would like to see the opportunity to check books out of my Logos library so I can read them on my e-reader. I like many others use my Logos software loaded on my computer for reference but there are obviously tons of books I would like to read. Having an arrangement that allows me to checkout the books from my library would then give me the added
    Posted to Suggestions by Larry D Tyler on Sun, Jan 31 2010
  • Re: Can you import e-books purchased from SONY into LOGOS?

    I would like to understand the specifics of this discussion a bit more because I like Glenn would like to read my Logos books on my Sony ereader. My Logos is more of a study guide as I do not sit at my computer screen reading books from my library. Again, I am with Glenn on this. I would like to check them out of my Logos library and load them on my
    Posted to Logos 4 by Larry D Tyler on Sat, Jan 30 2010
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