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I really like this app it’s nice and easy and doesn’t require any information like your Facebook account. ( I’ve seen lots of bible apps do that before. ) It has great daily verses that work amazing, which is what I got the app for. However if you are wanting this for like a daily devotion it’s kinda pricey when I can get something like solid joys for free. And there is also just a few occasional adds but NOT many. So if your getting this for the verses I TOTALLY recommend it!
Once you actually try to open the app up to see what it is all about it automatically makes you sign a free “trial“. But there is no way to get your self out of the “free“ trial until it auto renews into a subscription. Basically they want your money before you can cancel. The “free“ portion of the trial is a absolute scam. There’s no way to alter the versions of the verses you see. And There is no way to personalize, a just, or even cancel anything about this app until they had taken your money. This is an absurd example of a Bible-Based Christian Business!! This should be taken down and burned! The pictures are not only archaic, but the Business tactics are monstrously embarrassing!!
I’ve never written a negative review, at least in the past few years, but I thought this app was so terrible. I had to. The pop up ads make this unbearable. And then that’s not even the only ad, there is also another one at the bottom. This app is so cluttered by advertisements that it ruins the whole experience for me. I wouldnt mind paying for the app, if only it wasn’t $30 a year. That’s beyond ridiculous. You’re trying to make a profit off of His word by tricking people into paying this dumb fee when there are better apps that do the same stuff for free. Like I said, I wouldn’t mind paying 2.99 for ad free verses but $30 a year.... you’re smoking crack
I’ve used this every morning for awhile for the daily verse which provides inspiration, especially as it is paired with beautiful nature scenes. Really like the ability to save favorite verses for those times when a spiritual lift is needed. Plan to sign up for the daily devotion for the reasonably-priced annual subscription soon!
I like the verses they put up because it’s not just the same ones you hear all the time. But it actually gives verses about our God and his personality. Also if you do the FREE trial it may seem like you have to pay money before you can stop the autopay. However all you have to do is go into iTunes, sign in, go to settings, then subscriptions and you can see every app you have a subscription too and you can cancel and you can still keep the free trial! I think most people don’t know that and that’s where this company tries to get you.
Developed by scott hamilton.
Daily Bible Verse Inspirations is ranking in Reference & Lifestyle
Last update was at Sep 17, 2021and the current version is 4.0.
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Daily Bible Verse Inspirations have a 621a user reviews.