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What's new in this version (1.4.1):
1.4.1 fixes bug: missing menu icon for newer devices that have no menu button.
New in Version 1.4:
1. October 2011 conference citations are included in the new database.
2. The copy talk feature is disabled until we come up with a better method that doesn't include HTML tags.
3. Minor bug fixes.
This is a scripture citation index that links verses in the scriptures to talks from Church leaders that cite those scriptural verses. This is not an e-book of the scriptures; get Gospel Library to have the scriptures on your device. This is the mobile version of scriptures.byu.edu.
With this app you can see how speakers have referenced scriptures in General Conference and other LDS writings. This app lets you navigate easily between scriptures and talks. The talks come from LDS.org or from our web site, so you need an active network connection when using this app.
This app also includes a convenient table of contents for General Conference and the Journal of Discourses. The content for General Conference comes from LDS.org (for talks from 1971-present) or from our web site (for talks from 1942-1970).
We are gradually adding features found on our web site to this app. The web site currently has filtering features not found on the mobile app, along with a topical index for the Journal of Discourses.
Thanks to all who have sent in suggestions on how to improve this app.
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Great app dr. liddle!
Don Putnam (*****)
Thank you professor Liddle!
Wonderful app! Very useful! I LOVE LIVING IN THE LATTER DAYS!
My favorite Android app. Would love to have the A-Z topic index like on the website.
Works great on Droid Incredible. Wish it had the hymns.
Wonderful program. However, often with old quotes (like the Journal of Discourses) I cannot find the reference.
This is one of my most favorite apps. It has a vast archive of great talks that I can search for anything.
Wow, wow and wow! Thanks so much! I am amazed to have so much! Wow!
Super for writing talks on the fly