There’s nothing quite as convenient as having your daily devotional on your mobile device.
Making it easier to do your daily devotional is always a good thing. That way, there’s no excuse not to do them! Did you check Instagram? Facebook? Devotional?
You get the idea.
Tap Tap Studio had the same idea, so they’ve put together a number of daily devotional apps for your Android or iOS device.
(Descriptions from the Apple App Store)
Be illuminated by God’s Word daily as you read Daily Light, an updated version of the Daily Light on the Daily Path by Samuel Bagster, with verses from the NET Bible. Daily Light contains 366 days of devotional readings for mornings and evenings. Originally printed in the 1800s, this work is timeless because each reading is a connection of Scripture verses centered around a theme. It is said to be the most popular daily devotional book of all time and has touched hundreds of thousands of Christians with the biblical message of comfort and help. Available from the Apple App Store
Be guided by God’s Word daily as you read Daily Faith, an updated version of Faith’s Checkbook by Charles Spurgeon, with verses from the NET Bible. This devotional was written to help believers receive by faith the promises given in God’s Word. Grow daily in your Christian life and walk with Jesus by reading these classic and timeless bible-based devotionals by “The Prince of Preacher”, Charles Spurgeon. Available from the Apple App Store.
Be refreshed by God’s Word daily as you read Daily Streams, an updated version of Streams in the Desert by Mrs. Charles Cowman, with bible verses taken from the modern NET Bible. Mrs. Charles E. Cowman, the wife of Rev. Charles Cowman, founder of the Oriental Missionary Society, were missionaries in Japan from 1901 to 1918. She compiled Streams in the Desert from various sermons, readings, writings, and poetry she had read over the years. Available from the Apple App Store and Amazon Apps.
Be inspired by God’s Word daily as you read Daily Scripture, an updated version of Morning and Evening by Charles Spurgeon, with bible verses taken from the modern NET Bible. Charles H. Spurgeon was a British preacher who is known as the “Prince of Preachers”. In his lifetime, Spurgeon preached to around 10 million people and was a profilic author of many types of works including sermons, an autobiography, commentaries, books on prayer, devotionals, magazines, poetry, hymns and more. Many Christians have discovered Spurgeon’s messages to be among the best in Christian literature. Available from the Apple App Store.
Be strengthen by God’s Word daily as you read Daily Strength, an updated version of Daily Strength for Daily Needs by Mary Tileston, with bible verses taken from the modern NET Bible. Daily Strength for Daily Needs was compiled by Mary Tileston from a collection of Christian prose, poetry and excerpts by notable writers like St. Augustine, Jeanne Guyon, Hannah Whitall Smith, Frances Ridley Havergal, Martin Luther, Isaac Watts, Charles and John Wesley, Longfellow, Coleridge, Emerson, and Milton. Updated with bible verses from the NET Bible, Daily Strength promises an enriching reading experience for all. Available from the Apple App Store.
There’s your rundown of all five apps which can be purchased separately.
- Read today’s devotional
- Bookmarks for your favorite devotional
- Progress tracking to view your progress
- Content sharing through Facebook and email
- Customize your reading experience with different font type and size
- Calendar to select and view the article for any day of the year
My favorite features is the “awards” you can win:
Nothing exciting happens, but it’s a cool and fun way to keep track of your progress.
Screenshots – iOS Shown
These aren’t the most polished apps, but their better than most in this genres. I do like the retro look, then again, the content is what’s really important, here.
The $1.99 price point seems a little high, to me, considering you’re only paying for features while the content has simply been regenerated.
Now, had this entire list of apps been crammed into one, you’d be a fool not to jump on it!
Despite the price point, if you’re in the need for a daily devotional app, this is one to consider. I read a hardback version of Streams, so the Daily Streams app is really tempting me! It would be great to have it on my mobile device!
Giveaway We are giving away five free iOS apps! Here’s how to enter: Tweet this post Leave a comment, below, as to which app you would like! That’s it! That’s how you enter. Winners will be announced soon!
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