Improved sorting of labels
Improved synchronization performance
Clearer colors showing a verse's level
Ratings and Reviews
A Great Bible Memory App
This app is quite robust. There are several ways to practice your verses (not just the basic typing method). In addition, you're able to memorize things outside of bible texts. So if you want to memorize a spiritual quote, you can and you have the same practice tools available. The only thing I would suggest is that users be able to simply use the typing method to complete "Due" texts. Right now you have to look at flash cards and "speak the texts." The user then has to determine if they were right or wrong and swipe up or down depending on how they grade themselves. It'll be much easier, I believe, to have an option where you can simply type the scripture (not just for practice but for the completion of "Due" texts).
I’ve been using this app to memorize scripture for several years now and the games it offers makes it much more entertaining. A lot of the reviews note that the app is hard to navigate and I can definitely see the problems they note but it doesn’t take long to figure out how to work the features. I would definitely recommend it!
Difficult to Navigate
I found this app has a very steep learning curve compared to other bible memory apps. The buttons and icons are ambiguous, hard to find and not intuitive. The memory techniques are clumsy and I did not see any reward system. So right now I use Scripture Typer for bible verses and I use this app only for memorizing material outside of the bible
because this is one of the few bible memory apps that can accommodate other types of material for memory that I type in or cut and paste.
I wish I hadn't paid for this. Several of the free bible memory apps are easier to use and there are tons of free apps for memorizing other stuff. $2.99 is a little greedy.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.