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  • Re: Regular Crashes

    I've been sending the crash logs through the default Android process. This morning I sent in a crash right after it happened. Based on what I saw in the log, it looks like there might be a memory leak. What I'm doing is going through a total of 10 bookmarks in one translation. Periodically I will make a note or share a tweet or email. I also create
    Posted to Android Apps by Jason Chamberlain on Thu, Aug 1 2013
  • Re: Galaxy Note 8

    I just got my Note 8. I upgraded from a Nexus 7. The pen doesn't get you anything except the ability to enter notes with handwriting. I use Logos for my morning devotional reading and have enjoyed using the S Pen to write my notes. Otherwise, it acts just like any other Android tablet. Logos does appear in the multitask bar, which is nice. I haven't
    Posted to Android Apps by Jason Chamberlain on Sat, Jul 20 2013
  • Re: Regular Crashes

    Did you get my email? I also did a "Report" to Google when prompted.
    Posted to Android Apps by Jason Chamberlain on Fri, Jul 19 2013
  • Regular Crashes

    I have the latest version of the Android app. I am very glad that the red letter problem was fixed, but now I'm noticing some regular crashes. I do the Horner 10 chapter reading plan. As I read I will tweet some verses with a comment and I will also take notes on some verses. By the time I get to Acts the app usually freezes up and I get the message
    Posted to Android Apps by Jason Chamberlain on Wed, Jul 17 2013
  • Re: A Minor Bug and Small Improvement Suggestions

    Thanks guys for getting on this! I know it's a little thing, but it's one of those little things that is kind of distracting when doing my morning reading.
    Posted to Android Apps by Jason Chamberlain on Thu, Jun 13 2013
  • Re: A Minor Bug and Small Improvement Suggestions

    Drew, I realize that this is not a huge bug, but we had this exchange 4 months ago and I see that it is still happening. Any idea when I can expect this to get fixed? Obviously it is more important to make sure that highlights work properly. I like the rich text editor as well. This red letter problem is a fairly minor inconvenience, but it seems like
    Posted to Android Apps by Jason Chamberlain on Wed, Jun 12 2013
  • Re: A Minor Bug and Small Improvement Suggestions

    This also happened to me in Revelation 16. It seems to happen anytime there are words considered "words of Christ" on the visible page.
    Posted to Android Apps by Jason Chamberlain on Sat, Feb 9 2013
  • Another Small Bug

    I use the Horner reading plan and like to put my bookmark on verse 1 of the next chapter when it appears near the bottom of my screen. I found that if the next chapter starts near the top of my screen it is easy to swipe up and then use the right arrow to get to the first verse of the next chapter before adding it as a favorite. I thought that if the
    Posted to Android Apps by Jason Chamberlain on Wed, Jan 30 2013
  • Re: A Minor Bug and Small Improvement Suggestions

    Hi Graham, Thank you for reproducing this. I'm glad that I'm not alone in this. It's the exact same behavior, but in green. It is difficult for anyone to think of every test case to verify, so I'm glad that we were able to bring this to light. I suspect that this is pretty low on the list of things to correct, but hopefully it will make the list. Blessings
    Posted to Android Apps by Jason Chamberlain on Wed, Jan 30 2013
  • A Minor Bug and Small Improvement Suggestions

    I like to take notes as I read and I have found that if I highlight a quote from Jesus in Luke it will turn on the "Words of Christ in red" feature, that I don't want. I'm not sure if it is because I used red highlighter or what, but it definitely turned that on, even though the checkbox was unchecked. I go into the font settings and check and un-check
    Posted to Android Apps by Jason Chamberlain on Wed, Jan 30 2013
  • Re: Greek Font Not Displaying Properly on Android

    This is an ongoing problem with Android and there are many posts about this. It is something that makes me think I should get an iPad mini because I have been unhappy with the Logos experience on Android.
    Posted to Android Apps by Jason Chamberlain on Mon, Sep 17 2012
  • Re: Font Problem in 2.0.6 (Build 50)

    The resources themselves look fine. I first noticed it in the window for a text comparison. Accented letters appear as squares. This also happens in the popup after touching and holding on a word in Greek.
    Posted to Android Apps by Jason Chamberlain on Tue, Aug 14 2012
  • Re: iPad or Android?

    Roger, One more bit of evidence for what I wrote is that there is no link to the Android version from the main support page. New versions are still coming out, but I think that this is a pretty clear indicator of where Android fits in. If you really want to use Logos on your tablet you should go with an iOS device if you can.
    Posted to Android Apps by Jason Chamberlain on Tue, Aug 14 2012
  • Font Problem in 2.0.6 (Build 50)

    I was happy to install 2.0.6 on my Kindle Fire, but was disappointed to find that the Greek fonts are broken again. I know that the big update this time was notes and highlighting, but I'm disappointed that we took a step backwards with the fonts. Any timeframe on when this will be addressed?
    Posted to Android Apps by Jason Chamberlain on Tue, Aug 14 2012
  • Re: iPad or Android?

    Roger, Poke around on the forums here and I think you will see that the iOS version is ahead of the Android version. I was very disappointed by this when I decided to buy a Kindle Fire last year. It works OK, but it is always going to be behind the iOS version. If you can afford it and you like the big screen then I recommend you get an iPad. Personally
    Posted to Android Apps by Jason Chamberlain on Thu, Aug 9 2012
  • Re: Android Font Choices

    I am very happy that this is now fixed in the latest stable release. I wish that I could have upgraded it through the Amazon app store, but I'm just glad to have this working now.
    Posted to Android Apps by Jason Chamberlain on Wed, Jun 20 2012
  • Re: Android Font Choices

    I certainly understand what you mean about choosing the most important features for them to work on. I also realize that original language study is not what most folks do. However, the mobile devices are touted as being natural extensions of the desktop versions. I bought a Kindle Fire rather than an iPad because I expected to be able to do everything
    Posted to Android Apps by Jason Chamberlain on Thu, May 31 2012
  • Re: Android Font Choices

    How about a Greek font with accents? It looks fine when reading a Greek resource, but everywhere else the accents are just boxes. That's more important to me than syncing notes, reading plans, or any other fancy feature. To me, that should be considered core functionality and not just a "nice to have," as it seems to be.
    Posted to Android Apps by Jason Chamberlain on Wed, May 30 2012
  • Re: Ability to change font or zoom?

    Any plans to improve the look of the Hebrew or Greek fonts?
    Posted to Biblia.com by Jason Chamberlain on Fri, Apr 29 2011
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