In this second episode of the Digital Bible Blast we cover a few things. Here are the show notes that go along with this episode.
Story One – Preaching Workflow
We cover the steps for writing sermons using a Mac and then getting those sermon notes on an iPad using the Pages app from Apple on the iPad. It amounts to writing in Pages on the Mac ($19.99) and then saving to iCloud and opening the sermon notes in Pages on the iPad ($9.99).
Store Two – Logos March Madness
Check out this year’s Logos March Madness at LogosMarchMadness.com.
Story Three – PocketBible for Windows Phone
Laridian announced that they made PocketBible available on the Windows Phone platform. Get it for free and $6.99 for the advanced features.
Story Four – iOS Bible App Updates
A few Bible apps received updates. The biggest came from YouVersion which added support for iPhone 5′s larger screen and the inclusion of video clips from The Bible miniseries from History Channel, the Jesus film and the Lomo Project as well as the KJV included in the download. Other app updates include:
- Olive Tree Bible
Story Five – More Logos News
Morris Proctor, the official Logos Bible Software trainer posted about the new features available in Logos 5 to coincide with the free barebones version of the Logos 5 engine becoming available for download. Check out the post to see what comes new in Logos 5.
They also started their March Madness campaign Vote for favorite authors and save money on books based on the outcome of the competition. They’re now in round 2 with a 30% discount.
Morris Proctor explains what’s new on Mar 4 on Logos Blog
Free engine update available
Beta has new Notes editing engine that should improve things a lot