iDevotions Now On Android Too!

Some of you may know that since 2010, I have had an app available for the iPhone/iPad/iTouch.  Since coming out with this app, I’ve had several Android users ask me when I was going to make it available on Andriod.

Well, today’s the day.  For those of you who use apple devices, go to the iTunes store and download my app called, “iDevotions.”  And now, for those of you have have Androids, you can also do a search for “iDevotions” and download the app.

I hope you will, and tell me what you think.  The app contains several items you might find beneficial…

  1. My blog articles.
  2. My sermons preached at Karns.
  3. MercEmail devotional articles.
  4. “In Just 90 Seconds” daily audio devotions.
  5. “Equipped Today” daily audio messages.
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  • How about a link to the APK so those without access to Google Play approved devices can install (like us poor Kindle Fire users!) 🙂

  • Ken, I’m Android illiterate, but I’ll look into it.

  • We just got started for developing in Amazon Market and once we get a couple issues worked out, it will be available on the Fire.

  • \o/ Praise the Lord! \o/

    I had this wonderful app on my iPod Touch and often read your devotionals in via the app. Some time ago my iPod Touch was stolen and I have been hoping for this app to become available for the Android phone which my dear wife gave me as a gift.

    Please note that the icons on the bottom are not clearly visible and I had click on each to find out what they do. Perhaps this can be fixed in a future update. I hope so.

    May the Lord richly bless you brother Steve (Num. 6:24-26; Eph. 3:20-21).

    Bro. Rafael

  • \o/ Praise the Lord! \o/

    I had this wonderful app on my iPod Touch and was greatly blessed by your devotionals. I have been hoping to see it available for the Android for my Android that my dear wife gave me to replace my stolen iPod.

    Please note that the icons on the bottom of the app are not clear (they appear white) and I had to click on each one to ascertain it’s function. Perhaps this will be fixed in a future update. I hope so.

    May the Lord richly bless you brother Steve (Num. 6:24-26; Eph. 3:20-21).

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