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Yearly lets you systematically read your Bible in a year, with daily readings from both the Old Testament and the New Testament. It’s an incredibly simple app with one main screen, showing your reading for the current day as well as for the previous and next days.<br><br>Yearly also sends an optional notification every morning at 5:00 AM so you can know right from your lock screen what your reading is for the day.<br><br>With a simple settings menu that you can access by sliding from the left edge of the screen, you can customize your schedule’s start day to begin any day of the year, not just January 1. From this same settings menu you can also keep track of your reading with bookmarks for each Testament. You can also customize the app’s background color by swiping from right to left on the main screen.
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Overall good app. I downloaded several looking for one that would do what I was looking for. This was it! I was looking for an app that allowed me to change the start date. Meaning, I started the “Bible in a year” mid-year but every app I tried only allowed the start date to be 1 January, so I’d have to pick up in the middle. This app allows you to change the start date. Pros: - User friendly, easy to figure out; just swipe left/right - Able to change start date - Has daily reminder Cons: - Only offers chronological option - No tracking of completion (such as check marks)
I have never read through the Bible before. The way this is set up makes it enjoyable. So many times the New Testament and the Old Testament readings seem to go together. I look forward to my time of Bible reading. God loves his people and gives them so many chances. Then we blow it and God sends his Son to redeem us.
The only thing I absolutely want to change, is the scrolling. For someone like me who reads ahead, it’s almost impossible to scroll ahead to dates. It’s time consuming, and tedious.
Love the plan! Super easy to do. Love that it was consistently in both the OT and NT, so you’re never feeling overwhelmed reading through a book like Leviticus only.
Exactly what I wanted simple and easy to use. I love that I can mark finish after my reading. I use it to help keep track in my Bullet Journal.
Developed by Martyn Chamberlin.
Read the Bible in One Year is ranking in Reference & Books
Last update was at Jan 12, 2019and the current version is 2.1.
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