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Basic Flashcard — Suggestions for the next version
I'm a seminary teacher and I really like the concept of the scripture mastery app that is out, but I think it would be a little more useful with some added information. For example: * Add audio to play back the scripture. Allow options to repeat with a delay or even speed playback. This is great for auditory learners or while commuting to hear the scripture play again and again. * Include the background information for each scripture. Each scripture mastery card comes with four main topics that provide the historical setting, doctrinal teaching, missionary and personal application. Beyond just memorizing the scripture, students are also to know its context to better explain and use it. A simple tap or swipe to “flip” the card would work great. * Include hyperlinks to footnotes and scriptures in the Gospel Library. * Remove the ability to edit the scripture. Currently, in the memorize tab, you can actually click and edit the scripture with keyboard input (including copy/paste). No, the changes aren't saved, but it's not a very useful feature and has the possibility for abuse. * Add a gaming feature. This app could be powerful and extremely useful if you could connect multiple devices together to play a matching game, for example. There are several multi-user game variants that could be introduced over time. Games could include more than just matching, but also fill-in-the-blanks, scripture chase buzzer (e.g., connect x-number of devices to a master device where a scripture pops up and the contestants simply tap/slap their device, Jeopardy style), context/background matching, summary matching, or even case study application. * Add the game and scoring piece into the Game Center, as applicable. This could allow a user to play an individual game, post a score, and play rivals on different game types.
dejoha on Aug 24, 2015 for version 2.3.0
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DESERT RIDGE
Yeeyee
Taliaisapayne on Aug 17, 2015 for version 2.3.0
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Awesome
Thanks you this is awesome to grab and memorize any scripture!
Zubbit on Aug 15, 2015 for version 2.3.0
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Useful
Seems pretty cool. One suggestion that would be awesome would be to allow imports from the LDS cannon of scriptures not pre loaded in the app. That way, it could also be a tool to learn any scripture. Not sure how well this would work with part of the app but perhaps just the memorization section.
Ggggggggggytrfjidf on Jun 18, 2015 for version 2.2
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Awesome
No complaints. Works beautifully and has fabulous functionality. Thank you for a great app.
WASPart on Jun 14, 2015 for version 2.2
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Love it:)
Love it:)
Maziyar Shirzad on Jun 12, 2015 for version 2.2
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Good good
Been using this app for memorizing scriptures. It's a huge help but it'd be nice to be able to check off the scriptures you've already passed off.
}*€~£=*~]>£?£¥| on May 15, 2015 for version 2.2
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LANDSCAPE VIEW NEEDED
I use this app to help my seminary students memorize scriptures. Please support a landscape view: this would make the text much larger!!
iSeeker98 on Feb 15, 2015 for version 2.2
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Would be even better with . . .
This helpful app would be even better with an option to add scriptures that individual users want to memorize in addition to the scripture mastery verses.
svh450 on Feb 13, 2015 for version 2.2
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Great app, a few minor issues
I love this app, and I was so excited when it was finally updated with the new scripture mastery. However, when they changed some new formatting issues arose that are somewhat annoying. When you are in the memorize section and making blanks replace the words, some of the blanks start to disappear and there is just an indentation on the next line where that blank would be. I also miss the way that on the older version of the app you could toggle between seeing the words and the blanks. I personally like the older format better, but the new format would be fine if they would fix the minor issues. Overall, though, I really like this app and I would use it all the time to memorize scripture mastery.
CaitLumos126 on Feb 3, 2015 for version 2.2
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