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What Christian apps do you guys use? Like ones for the bible, prayer, music, meeting other Christians, etc. Any recommendations are appreciated.

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Submitted by Bree on Thursday, January 6, 2022

For the Bible: e-Sword LT and Dwell
For music: Way FM, K-Love, Air1, Joy FM, etc.

Submitted by Samanthia Farthing on Thursday, January 6, 2022

Hi, for reading the Bible, I mostly use the Uversion Bible app since they have audio Bibles for free.
For Bible study, I’ve been looking into several different ones to try to find the one that’s the most accessible. I haven’t found one yet that will let me do everything I want to, but so far, the most accessible ones I’ve found are Blue Letter Bible, Pocket Sword, the Olive Tree Bible app, and Bible Hub.
I would be really interested to hear how accessible E-Sword is. I haven’t tried that one yet.
For prayer, I absolutely love PrayerMate. It let’s you put in lists of prayer requests and you can have it rotate through them on a schedule you choose. For example, I have 4 siblings who each have families, so I pray for a different sibling and their family on different days of the week.
PrayerMate also has prayer packs you can download with Bible verses to help you pray. For example, they have praying the armor of God from Ephesians, Prayers for Christ’s increase with a lot of different verses, Prayers for Praise, Prayers for faith affirmations, Prayers for people where they take Bible verses and leave a blank to insert someon’s name to pray that verse for them, and a lot more! It’s awesome!
For Bible memory, I mostly use Fighter Verses, although I have another one called Remember Me as well.
I listen to a lot of Christian content on YouTube. Mike Winger is one of my favorite teachers. He also has an app called BibleThinker, which is useable, but has a couple issues with accessibility.
I also have the Frontier Alliance International (FAI) app. They are a missionary organization in the Arab world that also has Bible study content as well as films. They have a YouTube channel as well.
Other than that, I download a lot of Christian books from bookShare and read them in Voice Dream Reader.
I hope you find something useful here, and please do let me know your experience with E-Sword. Oh, and if you have specific questions about any of the apps I mentioned, Id be happy to try to answer them.

Submitted by PinkCupcake5 on Monday, January 10, 2022

Does anyone use a Bible app that allows you to add highlights and notes, and where voiceover announces a passage has a highlight or note? That would be super helpful!

Submitted by Samanthia Farthing on Monday, January 10, 2022

I’d love to know this as well. This is one of the main things I’ve been searching for in a Bible app. I’m still trying different ones, so I’ll be sure to let you know if I find one.

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