Christian Hymns UK

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Nov 15, 2018

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Nathan J H
Aug 07, 2017

An incredibly useful app just got extremely more useful; now including Sing Psalms!! Thank you so much for your excellent work.

Apr 26, 2018

What a great resource this has turned out to be. I can now sing all my own favourite hymns or learn new ones, or even learn new tunes to old hymns. This is a great encouragement for bringing more praise into each day and for bringing to bear the hard earned truths and heartfelt emotions of centuries of hymns into my own trials and joys. Furthermore, I discovered I’m able to use this app to bring these hymns to a small service we hold for elderly residents in a care home. I’ve also found use for the app when our usual musicians are away or unwell so the ministers can still have the hymns they need for the service. I’m easily able to stand in with my phone and a speaker to hand to provide the music to sing to. The music can either be streamed (electronic music files) or downloaded (mp3 files of recorded music). Each provides an intro piece before the hymn and the electronic version can be altered in tone or in tempo to suit the singer/s. A few of these electronic tunes have faults (eg. ‘All Things Bright and Beautiful’ plays the chorus twice between verses) so it’s worthwhile listening through them before using them. The downloadable mp3 files have no such faults. Unfortunately, because they’re recorded music the downloaded version can’t be adjusted for tone or tempo. I don’t think I’ve yet found that I haven’t been able to use one or the other though for any hymns we’ve wanted to sing.

Oct 08, 2016

This is great. I love the fact that you can hear different tunes for each hymn. I use this at home at the end of my quiet times. You can store your favourite hymns. I really enjoy using this app.

Oct 27, 2018

I like to include hymns in my blog posts. I bought it because I was hoping to copy and paste to save typing. Is this possible?

nick from merthyr
Dec 03, 2015

Good and easy to use but since we use the older version of christian hymns I have to reference the hymns back to the version we use. Great to be able to select different tunes for each hymnand to have the tunes played with an introduction and all the verses as in the hymn book. However the pitch of the piano is a semitone or tone too high for older congregations. Pity as we cant reach the high notes. Any chance developers that this can be mastered so that we can alter the pitch. Also the pace of the hymns is sometimes a tad slow. Also how about a hymn board selector feature to have the tunes up and ready in order for the service?

About Christian Hymns UK

Developed by the David Clark


Christian Hymns UK has 7 user reviews.

Christian Hymns UK has an average rating of 4.6.

The latest version of Christian Hymns UK (2.2.8) ​was ​released on Nov 15, 2018.

You can download Christian Hymns UK ​here: 1000658062 .

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Christian Hymns consists of over 942 hymns, of which 235 are new hymns with about 190 that were in the

previous edition now omitted.

The Christian Hymns app consists of 942 hymns and over 1300 tunes. All hymns and tunes that are out of copyright are free. Hymns and tunes that are in copyright can be unlocked for a small fee from within the app.

App Features:

- Search hymns by title, author and verses.
- Go directly to a hymn number
- Add hymns to favourites
- Hymns are listed by printed book contents, index of first line, Psalms and index of biblical references
- Listen to the hymn tune. A hymn can have multiple tunes that can be accessed from the playlist
- Change hymn font size, font type and background color
- Prevent the hymn tunes playing accidentally by using the built in 'silent mode'