LDS Gospel Library
More from The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints
Download size2 MB
- Windows Phone 8.1
- Windows Phone 8
- Windows Phone 7.5
- phone identity
- owner identity
- location services
- photo, music, and video libraries
- data services
- web browser component
- WVGA (480x800)
- music library
- photos library
- media playback
- phone dialer
- HD720P (720x1280)
- WXGA (768x1280)
Supported languages (2)
English English (United States)
LDS Gospel Library is an official application of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Download and study the scriptures, General Conference talks, and many other gospel instruction materials published by the Church (Gospel Principles, Hymns, Preach My Gospel, magazines, and curriculum resources). Listen to audio recordings of the scriptures, General Conference talks, and other materials. LDS Gospel Library allows you to search, bookmark, annotate, and highlight the texts (currently, annotations are limited to supporting content). Version 1.11 prepares for an upcoming change in LDS.org study notebook synchronization. Today we announce a language pack update to Gospel Library. This update provides content in fifteen new languages, listed below. Additionally, a few bugs have been fixed. See below. Although the app user interface is still in English only, we hope that users familiar with the newly available languages will make use of their availability. New Languages: In addition to the existing five languages (English, German, Spanish, Portuguese, and Finnish), a further fifteen languages have been added. We hope this update will help more users access the blessing of using Gospel Library in their native language. • Japanese* • Korean • French • Italian • Russian • Tagalog • Chinese (Traditional) • Swedish • Danish • Dutch • Norwegian • Tongan • Samoan • Hungarian • Mongolian * Support for Ruby annotations is not currently available. Additional updates: In addition to new languages, this update includes: • Home screen shortcuts now feature 2014 content. • Lock screen backgrounds: you can now set your phone’s lock screen to feature Gospel-centered content. • Live tile support: see featured scriptures from the app’s scripture pane from your Start screen • Support for the full-sized (wide) tile (WP 8, 8.1) Bugs that have been fixed: • Severe battery drain bug that caused phones to grow uncomfortably hot • Encoded characters in folder names • Titles shown during chapter navigation, in the breadcrumbs bar, and in bookmarks to remove duplicated book names • Light theme bugs with the settings and language pages • Fixed a bug which would cause the app to crash if the user moved between an introductory page and the main text of the Scriptures. • Formatting of many pieces of content throughout the app. In order for this change to take effect, you will need to first remove any affected old content by pressing and holding on its name, tapping ‘remove’, and re-downloading it.
10/30/2014I like it...
10/29/2014Its very good but I think if you added the feature to be able to select text and search for keywords like an index that would be great for studying topics and sharing with friends.😊
10/21/2014Doesn't update very often.
10/20/2014Wish I could mark certain phrases, keep a journal, and download October conference...
10/19/2014My only complaint is that every time I open the app again my bookmarks are wiped, a few weeks ago this wasn't a problem but this recently came up
10/17/2014Good to always have the scriptures in my pocket, but very limited functionality. In addition, I cannot sign into me account. I can't wait for the new app. I use gospel library beta on my computer and love it. If the WP app is anything like that, it will be great.
10/16/2014Enjoy the app. Can't download October magazines.
10/12/2014Defasado com a versão do Android e iOS e com menos conteúdo
10/12/2014Very nice! Just switched from Android.
10/7/2014Gospel: 5 Stars. App: Not so much. Seems like every year or so I have to uninstall and then reinstall the app for Windows phone. Seems like it takes forever to do. This is my second phone so I believe it could be the app.