PocketBible for Windows Progress Update #18

This isn’t so much a progress update as it is a quick demo of some of the user interface features of the upcoming PocketBible 3 for Windows.

Recently I got an email from a PocketBible user who didn’t like something about how the current Windows version of PocketBible worked. He was hoping it was not to late to ask for it to be fixed in the new version that we’re working on. I was able to reassure him that the new version won’t work anything like the version he was using. I wanted to send him a link to a video to demonstrate the feature, but while searching past updates it surprised me to find I hadn’t done one of these for a while.

So here’s a very fast tour through the app that touches a lot of different features and is meant mainly to reassure you that you’ll be able to resize the text (a flaw in both the current Windows Desktop and Windows Store versions of PocketBible) and that the toolbar will stay visible all the time (you PocketBible for Windows Store users will know what I’m talking about).

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7 days ago

I appreciate the overview. Out of curiosity, will there be touch-friendly options for tablet-PC type machines (Surface and such)?

Overall it looks pretty polished and quite fast. I’m impressed and I know there’s a _lot_ of work that we don’t see going into this product.

Steve Aubrey
Steve Aubrey
7 days ago

That’s incredible! No, it’s not perfect, but WOW is it in great shape. The thoughtfulness you have applied – with today’s devotional switching layouts, for instance – indicates the deep love you have for the product – and for your customers. Thank you in advance.

4 days ago

Looks great, can’t wait for the beta. Thanks for really caring about this.

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