I love preaching from a tablet. It’s small enough to carry anywhere, powerful enough to provide any information I need, and I can preach from lots of different apps. I don’t like to create the sermon on the tablet though. I like to create my sermon on my desktop and then port it to the tablet. There are lots of ways to do this, and some are much simpler than others. The easiest way I’ve found is to use Logos 7. In this article we’ll look at how to sync your sermon with the Logos mobile app. Logos 7,...Read More
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I like to add lots of highlights and notes the text in Bible apps but I don’t always want to see those highlights and notes. Sometimes I like to see a clean text without my markings or notes to distract me. Many Bible apps have a way to toggle them off or on, but it’s not always easy to find in the Logos app because it has two screens for settings: one for the app and one for the specific Bible or book. Here’s a simple way to hide the highlights in the Logos Bible app for one translation...Read More
One of the advantages in the Logos mobile app for tablets and phones is the ability to turn off all of the distracting chapter numbers, verse numbers, and footnote and reference keys to have a clean reader’s edition of the Bible. The problem is the feature can be difficult to find because books have their own settings, so it isn’t clear how to switch them off. In this short tutorial we’ll look at how to do this step by step. It works for any translation. I’m using an Android tablet. Step 1 Rather than going to the standard settings...Read More
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