Right before the long Fourth of July weekend, Logos Bible Software sent out an announcement that Android device users (like me) have been waiting for for months. Logos Bible Software for Android phones and tablets was available for public testing.
The current version release (1.0 Beta 4) includes access to most, if not all, of the books in your Logos library, the ability to pull up footnotes in Bibles and books, and “quick preview” of Bible passage references. In addition, because everything in your library is “synced” between devices, if you begin reading a resource in Logos on your computer and decide to continue it on your Android device, the resource will open to the exact spot where you left off. Of course, more features are promised as the Android version continues through the beta process and beyond.
For those of you who are not familiar with the concept of public beta testing, here’s a blurb from the folks at Logos themselves which sums it up quite nicely:
The beta testing process gives you a chance to try out the app before it’s finished. Its primary purpose is for you to test it and provide feedback to us about bugs and problems. Please make sure you’re comfortable testing software with bugs and missing features before downloading the app.
If you are interested in downloading the Android version of Logos Bible Software, you may do so by visiting www.logos.com/android.