Logos Bible Study Tools

Logos Bible Study Tools

By Faithlife Corporation

  • Category: Reference
  • Release Date: 2009-11-01
  • Current Version: 8.1.2
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 156.97 MB
  • Developer: Faithlife Corporation
  • Compatibility: Requires Android / iOS 11.2 or later.
Score: 4.5
From 90,342 Ratings


Read the Bible and make use of commentaries and reading plans. You can save any book or Bible you own for offline use. Get free resources when you download the app and sign in, and do better Bible study with exclusive Logos Bible study tools. Read your favorite Bible translations: we have a variety of options including the NIV, ESV, NASB, NKJV, and many more. TOP FEATURES: • SAVED LAYOUTS (Logos 8 only) - Save your favorite study layouts so you can return to them later with a few taps. • TABBED BROWSING - Open as many resources or Bibles as you want side by side. • REFERENCE SCANNER - Take a picture of a church bulletin or handout using Reference Scanner and the app will open your preferred Bible version to all the verse references. • LIBRARY - Downloading this app gives you access to up to 95 free resources to kick off your Bible study. In addition, all your Logos books will sync to your device so you can read them on the go. • NOTES - Attach your thoughts, comments, and questions to any Bible verse or book. The Notes feature has been updated for Logos 8 customers. • HIGHLIGHTING - Mark the words that matter with fully customizable color and text options and return to them at any time. • BIBLE WORD STUDY - Learn more about any word in the Bible by examining dictionaries, lexicons, and cross-references. • PASSAGE GUIDE - Get a detailed, verse-specific report including Bible commentaries, cross-references, literary typing, and media resources. • TEXT COMPARISON - Compare any verse across multiple translations with visual and percentage indicators of difference. • SPLIT SCREEN - Delve into any secondary resource side by side with your preferred translation. • SEARCH - Find every mention of a word or phrase in every resource in your library. • SOCIAL SHARING - Share Bible verse images with Facebook, Twitter, Evernote, and Email. • READING PLANS - Get into daily reading with several Bible reading plans to choose from. • AUDIO BOOKS - Listen to the Bible wherever you are. Find training for the app at https://www.logos.com/training/ios. This app contains optional subscriptions called the Bible Study Bundle and Faithlife Connect Mobile. Payment will be charged to your iTunes Account at confirmation of purchase. The subscription automatically renews unless auto-renew is turned off at least 24 hours before the end of the current period. Your account will be charged for renewal within 24 hours prior to the end of the current period, and identify the cost of renewal. Subscriptions may be managed by you and auto-renewal may be turned off by going to your Account Settings after purchase. Privacy policy: https://www.logos.com/privacy EULA: https://www.apple.com/legal/internet-services/itunes/dev/stdeula/




  • Cannot take notes without crashing...

    By kmbrewcrew
    Edit: since the last update, the problems I had seem to be fixed. Now my only complaint is that I wish they would return the option to keep the book name/chapter at the top of the screen while reading! Adding 2 more stars to previous review! Old Review: I have really liked most of the updates to the app over the last couple of years, but this last update has been terrible. I cannot make notes in the pop up window without crashing the app. Simply trying to change the highlighter color often crashes the app as well. Since the last update, the app also freezes frequently. The navigation window appears, and it seems as if you are navigating through to a new passage, but upon choosing the verse, the window returns to the original passage window, but will not scroll through the chapter...sometimes it will only scroll up or down a couple of verses. The only solution is to close the app, and restart it. This is, of course, very inconvenient when in the middle of preaching a sermon or teaching a public Bible study!
  • Very nice

    By Clevprobuilder
    The Bible
  • Crashes A Lot

    By Revred75
    Seems to crash a lot mid-study. Tech support said my version was not current but it is. Always get the updates but doesn’t seem to matter. Even so, I deleted and reloaded the app. Still the same problem. Don’t have the problem with my MBP.
  • Bible all day!

    By Illesthip2thehop
    The best!
  • The best bible library on the market

    By drdmj
    Logos is in a class by itself.
  • Luis Palacios

    By Piedra Viva
    Logo es una herramienta de alta potencia. La recomiendo. Solamente que en mi teléfono no se han bajado todos mis libros me faltan más de 600 que bajen.
  • Logos is my New World

    By HalCook3
    I get lost day after day in neverending Scholarship! God’s Modern Miracle!
  • Great, but room for improvement.

    By Matthew Stidham
    Lots of great features, but not much considerations for maximizing/designing this specifically for iPad. Why not have canvas feature? Why not incorporate Apple Pencil into the features. I’d like to see the software geared for the the advantages of the iPad, not a scaled back version of the desktop software.
  • I don’t know how to get to a commentary

    By GOAT_Luver
    I am on an iPod and o can seem to find a commentary
  • Good for reading, poor for productivity

    By Swissmith
    I use the Logos desktop app extensively and enjoy it a lot. The iPad app, is, however, a very different experience. If your Bible study or sermon preparation workflow is iPad-fist, I highly recommend you invest in ressources for OliveTree’s app. They’re not perfect, but their iPad experience is far smoother and much faster. I’ve found it less buggy while offering more options (their desktop app doesn’t do much more than the iOS app, though). With Logos, basic tasks like copy-pasting a verse to a document is extremely difficult and buggy (your have to select text *just* right to copy, often times the text selection just disappears!). Ressources like the reverse interlinear are clunky and hard to use. If you have a large Logos library and just pan to read on the iPad, go ahead and get this app. If, however, you plan to research and write on your iPad, look elsewhere.