Ideas for Glo Bible

We need your help to make Glo Bible even better!

When taking notes, allow notes, in their entirety, to be updated across devices, even if an edit.

Currently, when you enter a note on a particular verse (or verses), the note will migrate to your other devices.  However, if you add to or edit that note, the changes or additions that are made, are not migrated to the other devices. 

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  • Jan 31 2017
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  • Willie Dudley commented
    January 31, 2017 21:39

    Sunday, July 29, 2012 I gave up my old paper version of the Bible and was committed using GloBible as my primary Bible. I carried my iPad to church and to my class while teaching Old Testament at a Christian High school. Giving up my hard copy was difficult thing to do because of my many notes and sermon highlights over the years.

     

    With GloBible I had no regrets. It helped with documenting my notes and teaching. Everything was saved and easily referenced. My journal from the old GloBible was exactly that, a journal of all my Bible, sermons, study notes from 2012 to this year. I could go there and seek my journal entries with ease.

    Now I am not able to find them. I am sure they are saved somewhere, but they are hidden better an Easter egg.

     

    I was once GloBible's best supporter and highly recommended to all my friends and students. I cannot do that now. In my opinion, the change was not a good thing. I believe you got it right the first time.

    I have been trying to use the new version for sometime now and I find it wanting. I enjoy the audible reading and that is all I find to be an improvement.

     

    Please listen to you customers, I would be willing to bet you have not received to reviews you were hoping for. The time, the money, and the effort you have spent trying to improve GloBible should be chalked up as a failed investment.

     

    Please bring back back the the GloBible that I purchased in 2012. I still have the old app on my iPad

     

     

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