Train today for the relationship you want tomorrow. Schedule reminders of the life and death power of sex and romance when you need them the most. Whether you're on a date, in front of a computer screen, or in need of extra support in time of temptation, the notifications you'll receive from the Swipe Right app are designed to help you:
• Protect your future by living carefully right now.
• Regret-proof your marriage bed and your deathbed
• Learn how to avoid and treat sexual scars by careful living today
• Resist settling for instant pleasure by discovering what your heart really longs for
• Added more quotes and verses straight from the Swipe Right Book
Ratings and Reviews
I love how the Word is not watered down and neither are the reminders. It's so awesome that in a world of mainstream Christianity that uses grace as a license to sin or tiptoe around the facts bro. Levi is so bold in sharing the unchanging Word of God. Some may be offended by the scriptures and/or the reminders but people were also offended by Jesus in his ministry as well as the apostle Paul as he wrote letters of correction throughout the epistles. For a servant who has been called and has such a burden I am under constant attack, therefore I need constant reminder. I would give the app 5 stars if we could set the duration of time that it runs or if it never timed out.
Love the app and the material
If you could just stop it from shutting itself off and having me turn it on everyday I’d be set.
Not the best reminders...
I haven't read the book yet (I ordered online and it's in the mail) but so far I'm not too thrilled with the "motivational sayings." I like the Bible passages and some of the sayings, but there are a few that have already triggered anxiety in me. They seem to attack rather than constructively criticize. Maybe if there were more elaboration with each that would explain each saying better. For example, something along the lines of "Satan is using your sin to lead to your death." I can't remember the exact wording but that's the message I got... I already know I sin and it shames me. And I repent and turn to God again, wanting to please Him. All in all, I am getting rid of the app because of the wording being used.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.