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3 stars out of 5
· 1/22/2015

This is a decent viewer that grants you access to your logos library. That's about it. Navigation within the resources is not intuitive as it's pretty much just flip through the pages. Especially within the bibles a reference layout would be nice. But the reader works fine.

1 stars out of 5
· 10/31/2014
App better on my Apple devices

though I am glad that there is a Logos app for my surface, I am very disappointed in all the missing features that I have on all my Apple versions of this app. with this app I cant: 1. highlight 2. add notes 3. check a referenced verse without being taken to the full reference. 4. search books contents. etc. Please update your surface app to the quality of your apple app.

4 stars out of 5
· 9/4/2014

Great resource many versions of the bible as well as wonderful bible dictionaries and commentaries. every bible student and minister should have and use this app. Well worth purchasing the Logos package to sync with this app.

1 stars out of 5
· 8/30/2014
I give up

March 2013-The steady progress w/ the iPad app has been great, but this one is back to square one. I can't use it on my new Surface unless it has at least highlighting and note taking abilities that sync with my desktop Logos 5. I'm giving it a 3 simply out of confidence that Logos will work to bring this up to par. I'm liking my Surface and would love to be able to use it for my study on the road. April 2013 - A month later and no change, so I'm dropping it down a star. Please update this app!! August 2014 - 17 months later and still no change. So down to one star. The only thing you can do with this app is read. Being able to read is certainly the most important feature of an app like this, but I can't do my bible study on this app the way I can on the iPad app. I have the full Logos 5 installed on my desktop, but was hoping for a metro app to use on my Surface. It does not appear that Logos intends to take this one further. Oh well. Still love the other Logos products.

2 stars out of 5
· 7/17/2014
Find another bible app

I've used Logos products before and seen what they are like on other platforms. I think they used interns to design this app. Totally useless, which a shame. They should be embarrassed.

3 stars out of 5
· 7/16/2014
Huge improvements in latest update

I would still very much like to see this app become more functional especially with language tools like the iOS and Android apps. BUT the most recent update brought HUGE speed improvements. The app was unusable for me until the latest update. It used to take several seconds to load each page. Everything is very fluid now. It's encouraging to me that Logos is not leaving this app behind. Also holding out hope for a Windows Phone app. Universal apps are here now.

1 stars out of 5
· 7/8/2014
Needs Work

I am a big fan of Logos. I love it on my Android phone and tablet. It also works great on my Surface Pro 2 in desktop mode. However, sometimes I just want a lighter version for devotional reading or light study when I am using the Surface Pro 2 as a tablet. This app is okay but it lacks a lot of the features I have grown accustomed to in the Android version. I am glad to see the app here but I sure do hope Logos continues to update it.

1 stars out of 5
· 7/6/2014
Interesting start

So far, this lets you read your texts. That's the most important part, of course, but that's all it does. Practically my only use for the iPad app is for easily keeping up with my reading plans, and this app doesn't even let you see your plans, much less mark each day as complete. That's really the only reason I'm still attached to the iPad platform, so I hope Logos includes this feature very soon so that I can cut my ties to that overpriced money machine! :)

1 stars out of 5
· 7/3/2014
Heart's Not In It

Wanted to comment more on this app. I'm no theologian, but love to study the bible and learn. Logos is clearly a iOS and Android shop when it comes to developing reading applications for portable devices. This "modern UI" app is not worth it. At all. I'm moving from Mac to Windows due to the much simplified workflow offered by the new Surface Pro 3. I have too many devices, and my tests of the new Surface have showed me how it can save me from owning so many different devices (also its parental controls are way superior to the Mac's, allowing me to recycle a very inexpensive desktop for their use at home). Outfits like LifeChurch manage a good job with their app for Win8 and I suggest using that instead if you want a reader and study help. Of course, the full-blown desktop for Windows might be excellent enough, but Logos' lack of enthusiasm for the reading app for Win8 makes me a little leery to take the rather expensive plunge.

5 stars out of 5
· 6/4/2014

I moved back to an android tablet just so I could keep using the better app this is about the worse thing I have ever used.

stars out of 5


  • Browse the titles in your Logos Library
  • Open and read books in your library
  • Automatically syncs most recently read books between mobile apps

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• Bug fixes to handle updated resources

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