Submitted by Melissa Roe on Thursday, January 16, 2014.
Today I tried out a new church and they had a women's Bible Study Group. I do have questions about youversion reading plans on the bible app, but I'll get to that in another topic.
One of the things the women are doing this month is purchasing a book to read as a devotional. They said the book was on amazon, and it was also on IBooks. I searched for it on IBooks and found it with ease, so I lean more towards the IBooks app, partly because I have been using it for months now.
I just wanted to gather some oppinions. Since we will be going chapter by chapter, I wanted to see what the best app for reading these books would be. Both apps have their advantages and disadvantages. For example, IBooks lets you purchase the books directly through their app, where as with Kindle, you need to go to a website. If anyone wouldn't mind posting the mobil link here that would be great.
With amazon, however, I found the book to be slightly cheaper. I've downloaded the Kindle app and have it registered to my device, but I'm curious to know which is the best for navigating through books, accessing the table of contents, and ease of use finding chapters or phraises in the book. I've not played with the kindle app, so because I've used IBooks, I'm leaning towards sticking to old habbits, but I wanted to gather some thoughts before I make my decision. Should I pay for the cheaper version, not exactly knowing how it will work out, or should I just go for the IBooks and let this old dog stick to her old tricks? Lol.
One more question before I go. Is voice dream able to read any of the books in IBooks, or do you have to add them using ITunes on your computer? I'm asking because I have to read this book with a friend, and I find Accapella Heather is a little bit more pleasant to read with than Scansoft Samantha, in my opinion. If I go for IBooks, how would I import it into voice dream?
Tell me your thoughts on this. All comments and suggestions are welcome. Thanks again.