She Reads Truth

She Reads Truth

By She Reads Truth

  • Category: Reference
  • Release Date: 2014-07-20
  • Current Version: 3.1.3
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 83.39 MB
  • Developer: She Reads Truth
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 10.0 or later.
Score: 4
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From 958 Ratings

Description

She Reads Truth is an online community of women in the Word of God every day. Designed with this community in mind, the She Reads Truth Bible + Devotional app is a beautiful, functional, and accessible Bible-reading tool created to help women from around the world to connect with God's Word and each other, anytime and anywhere. Whether your Truth time comes in the early morning before the world wakes, during a lunch break at your desk, or in the middle of the night with a baby in your arms—the She Reads Truth app brings your quiet (or not so quiet) time to you, right where you are. The updated She Reads Truth Bible + Devotional App features: • Gorgeous, user-friendly layout and design • Full-text Bible in multiple translations • Free and paid Bible-reading plans, with new content added daily & full-access, monthly auto-renewable subscription available • Ability to highlight, bookmark, share, and take notes as you read • User accounts allow you to customize your experience and keep your notes and highlights safe • Real-time commenting that syncs with the She Reads Truth web site • Beautiful, shareable images featuring content from the daily readings • Free, downloadable lock screens for your phone (an excellent tool for Scripture memorization!) • Customizable notifications to remind you to read Truth at your ideal time of day • Free "Bible In A Year" reading plan that tracks your progress as you go • Bible search function • Settings for font size, preferred Bible translation, red letter function, and nighttime display ABOUT SHE READS TRUTH She Reads Truth is a worldwide community of women who read the Bible together every day. Founded in 2012, She Reads Truth invites women of all ages to engage with Scripture through daily reading plans, online conversation led by a vibrant community of contributors, and offline resources created at the intersection of beauty, goodness, and Truth. About the She Reads Truth Monthly Subscription She Reads Truth's Monthly Subscription is an auto-renewing subscription which will renew automatically each month, unless you cancel your subscription at least 24 hours before the end of the current period. Your iTunes Account will be charged upon purchase. The subscription can be managed or cancelled at any time through the user's iTunes Account settings. Your subscription will be billed to your iTunes account within 24 hours before the end of the current period and the renewal charge will be your monthly charge. The She Reads Truth Monthly Subscription provides access to all Reading Plans during an active subscription, and She Reads Truth reserves the right to curate plans at will. Terms of Service and Privacy Policy can be found at: https://www.shereadstruth.com/privacy-policy

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Reviews

  • App has problems

    2
    By clearmiddle
    She Reads Truth is a wonderful service, but the app has, for me, been going from bad to worse. It worked OK for me at first, although being an iPhone app it forces me to turn my iPad on its side. After finishing the Titus study, however, it began to prompt me to continue with the study after I had completed it. I found that several days were not marked as completed, and I marked them complete again, and it has continued to prompt to this day. Over the last week or so, however, it has failed to record any day from the current (Judges) study as complete. I tried logging off and back on, and now it will not let me even log on. The app is, as we say in the software business (I am a retired developer), “toast.” I will delete it and see if re-installing helps, but work is needed here. Perhaps it is incompatible with the iPad or iPad Pro?
  • Love the idea

    2
    By jonikhow
    I like the ability to check off what I have read. I have been using the 365 plan for a while. Recently it prints every verse two or three times.. which does not make for great flow and concentration on the Word. It seems like there is always some sort of glitch going on.
  • Costly

    2
    By Helloykitty808
    I wish there was a daily verse of a day, and it would be nice to have free plans, all of them cost 1.99 and there's 50+, and it's hard for me to look up chapters of the Bible I have to manually find the chapter and the passage, they need better IT and it is overall costly. The app overall looks nice but there needs more work done immediately.
  • Update glitchy

    2
    By Monykah
    I can’t mark my readings as “read” anymore. Frustrated!
  • New update: swipe

    5
    By Zaria136637
    Not quite getting the “swipe to mark as read” on my app. I still have to scroll all the way to the bottom and click the “mark as read” button. Was looking forward to that in this update! Otherwise, great app! Love the devotionals. I am subscribed to auto ship so I just use the app for the broken-down messages 😊 Update: I got it! Thanks!
  • Disappointed

    1
    By My Place to Yours
    I discovered SRT a couple of a years ago, and it was was an answer to prayer — a visually pleasing, spiritually challenging resource to encourage my quiet time — and I used it regularly for a year, highlighting often and taking notes/journaling in the app. Unfortunately the update made it frustrating to use; highlighting and notes no longer work, and the screen view doesn’t work in horizontal mode so that I can use the keyboard on my iPad. This morning when I saw a NEW update available, I was so excited, hoping SRT would work the way it used to. It doesn’t. Still not horizontal. Still unable to highlight or take notes. I waited hopefully over the last year for a functional and user-friendly update. Sadly, it hasn’t come. Scripture reading should be a time of joyful anticipation, but this app only causes frustration. Although I could go to the SRT website and read from there every day, I really prefer a “connected” place to take notes. Sadly, I guess it’s time to find another Bible study app. I wish it had never been updated. Don’t try to fix what isn’t broken.
  • Please give us the old app back

    1
    By ACherelleS
    I’m just a believer in if it’s not broken don’t try to fix it. The functionality of the old app was superior to the new app. It was convenient, simple and easy to navigate. I loved it and although the plans weren’t free in the app, i didn’t have a problem paying for them, because it was more convenient than going online. HOWEVER, since the update I have only used the app to download screensavers. This new app is complicated for no reason whatsoever, and everything takes forever to load. I want to turn the page in the Bible: loading, I click day one of a plan: loading. It’s significantly slower than the old app. I’ve read a tons of reviews and the consensus is pretty much the same, can we please get the old app back.
  • Okay as an app.

    3
    By Behind chef ncbcnc
    The app itself works as it should from what I’ve seen. I was given the she reads truth bible for Christmas & afterwards I discovered the community & app. I loved the concept however after looking I found I liked the CSB study app by tecarta better. It allows a good bit more than the she reads truth App. I’ve come across a few glitches but this app is a good app, it just needs a few improvements. CSB & ESV are my 2 favorite translations might I add. She reads truth app offer both for free along with other translations. I still use this app but tecarta is my go to app if I’m honest.
  • God’s word should be free for everyone

    1
    By brensl
    SheReadsTruth has some great content, but I am not for ministries who make people pay for devotional materials or reading plans. God’s word or study materials that complement the Bible should be free for everyone if we want to further God’s kingdom and reach out to all nations in an effective way. By making in-app purchase mandatory, is SheReadsTruth trying to convey the message that the Bible reading plans are only FOR people who CAN afford them? It shouldn’t be this way. On a side note, there are many other great (and better) apps who offer 100% free contents.
  • Format is poor

    1
    By Nicampbell
    The app only works for smartphones, not tablets. Can’t see the entire page and it doesn’t rotate for landscape view. Very disappointing and I probably will not use this.

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