Laudate - #1 Catholic App 4+

Aycka Soft

Designed for iPad

    • 4.7 • 64 Ratings
    • Free



The most popular and most comprehensive free Catholic App. Available in English, Español, Português, Française, Deutsch, Nederlands, Slovenský, Italiano, Bahasa, Polski, Slovenski, Hrvatski, Việt, 简体, 繁體, Filipino and Românesc. Daily Mass Readings (with Saint of the Day and Reflections). Liturgy of Hours, Latin Liturgy of Hours, Latin Mass, New American Bible, interactive Rosary and Chaplet of Divine Mercy, Seven Sorrows Rosary, Chaplet of St. Michael, Franciscan Crown Rosary, Latin Rosary, Latin Chaplet of Divine Mercy, Servite Rosary, Chaplet of Sacred Heart, Chaplet of Holy Spirit, Chaplet of St Joseph, Chaplet of St Mary Magdalene, multiple Stations of the Cross, searchable prayers and latin prayers with English translation. Douay-Rheims Challoner Bible for offline use. Daily Prayer and Daily Bible Verse. Multiple podcasts for daily meditations and Rosary. Catechism of Catholic Church with ability to bookmark and share. My Prayers lets you store your own prayers and move them between iPad and iPhone. 5 Confession apps for different groups, guides through sacrament of reconciliation. Vatican documents: 2nd Vatican Council, Code of Canon Law. Daily Mass live video stream and more....

What’s New

Version 2.88

Podcast share and bookmark update

Ratings and Reviews

4.7 out of 5
64 Ratings

64 Ratings

Neil 12321 ,

Wonderful app

This remarkable app contains an astonishing amount of content, from the Order of the Mass with readings for each day to the complete Divine Office (aka the Liturgy of the Hours) searchable by day; there are prayers, daily readings, biogs of each saint/s of the day, bible texts, Papal documents, links to live streamed masses and much more - this really is the only Catholic app you’ll need! If I could give it six stars I would!

Maths126 ,

Data taken from Universalis without acknowledgement

The Laudate app
Posted by universalis on 1 February 2021

There is an app called Laudate, which people sometimes think is ours. It isn’t.

Laudate has a section showing the various Hours. This works by taking pages from our web site and displaying them as if they were part of the Laudate app. It is no wonder that some people are confused into thinking that we have something to do with the app. We try to make the distinction clear in our web pages, but some versions of Laudate seem to be programmed to remove that explanation – which doubles the confusion.

If you are doing the Hours regularly then you would do better to get the official Universalis app. It isn’t expensive.

The Universalis app:

Uses your own local or national calendar.
Uses the official translation of the Psalms.
Goes as far into the past or future as you want.
Does not need an Internet connection.
Has a better layout and can display the Hours either page-by-page or scrolling.
Has many extra features such as the readings at Mass, the complete Mass Today page, biographies of the saints, and so on.
If you take out an optional subscription, gives you spoken audio of all the Hours each day.

All praise and all thanks ,

A Treasure

Used every day for Mass and now for the Liturgy of the hours. The recent (June) daily meditations of Cardinal Newman on Our Lady and on the Hidden life of Jesus, so comforting and instructive. A truly remarkable and most laudable achievement which makes my mobile phone worth having. I hope it continues to grow, enlighten, evangelise and become a recognised Dicastery of the Catholic Church.

App Privacy

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Data Not Collected

The developer does not collect any data from this app.

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