The iPhone 5 is finally out and the Daily Devotional apps by Tap Tap Studio has been optimized for the iPhone 5 (4 inches) 1136×640 resolution display. The iPhone 4s/4 comes with a 960×640 (3.5 inches) resolution display.
Below are a couple of side by side screenshots comparing the iPhone 5 vs iPhone 4s/4 display running Daily Streams and Daily Light.
You can get the iPhone 5 optimized daily devotional apps from the iTunes Store. At the moment only the paid apps have been optimized for the iPhone 5. The free apps are being optimized and should be available by next month.
Daily Streams 2.0 released for iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad.
Finally, after two months of coding and testing, Daily Streams 2.0 is now available on the iTunes App Store. This new version of Daily Streams comes with
- Daily verses in NIV, ESV, NLT, NET, and KJV.
- New Today screen.
- New UI for iPhone/iPod Touch.
- Support for landscape mode on iPad.
- Support for notifications as daily reminders.
- Add your own notes.
- New images for iPad Retina Display.
The two major changes in this version are the addition of more bible versions for daily bible verses and the new iPad landscape display mode. Having bible verses in NIV, ESV, NLT, NET and KJV gives the reader more choices in bible translations.
iPad users will appreciate the new landscape mode as the previous version of Daily Streams only supported portrait mode.
The other Daily Devotional apps, both free and paid, on the iTunes App Store are currently being ported to use this new design.
Here’s the link again – Daily Streams on iTunes App Store.
When I’m driving alone, I enjoy listening to Christian audio podcast that I burn as Audio CDs on rewritable CDs. It’s a great way to redeem the time. Here is my list of favorite Christian podcasts.
Willow Creek Weekend Messages
Bill Hybels is an excellent communicator, leader and pastor. I have been helped by his books like Who You Are When No One’s Looking, Fit to be Tied, and Axiom: Powerful Leadership Proverbs in my growth as a Christian. For the past 2 years I have attended Willow Creek’s Global Leadership Summit video sessions hosted by a local church in Malaysia.
Menlo Park Presbyterian Church
John Ortberg is a gifted Bible teacher and author. My favorite books of his includes If You Want to Walk on Water, You’ve Got To Get Out of the Boat and The Life You’ve Always Wanted. You will enjoy listening to him teach on practical Christian living.
North Point Ministries: Andy Stanley
I only started listening to Andy Stanley this year and have been challenged by his insight and wisdom in living the Christian life.
New Hope Oahu: Message Series
It was only last year when I first heard about Wayne Cordeiro and SOAP Journaling. Since then, journaling and listening to Wayne Cordeiro’s messages have become a regular part of my Christian walk.
Hope you’ll find these audio podcast a blessing in your Christian walk too.
Do you have any favorite Christian podcast? Share it with us in the comments below.
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The earlier version was not properly uploaded and it became a zero byte file. I’ve just uploaded the latest version of GEMA February 2010. This is a newer version with the feature to send the entire daily article as a MMS.
You can download it at http://www.fourteenfloor.com/files/id-gema-201002.jar
My apologies to the 200 or so persons who earlier tried to download it and couldn’t get it.
If you’re keen to create your own mobile booklets, you can try out Mobile Booklet.
Daily Devotional MMS.
The mobile daily devotional downloads for
has been updated. The earlier booklets had a Send MMS options but it didn’t work.
These latest booklets have their Send MMS function fixed.
Send MMS options.
Goodbye 2009, Welcome 2010. Wishing you and your loved ones a very Happy New Year 2010. Have a wonderful year ahead.
As usual, the files in the links below are for installation on your java enabled mobile phone. They won’t work on your PC. For more info on how to install these jar files, go to How to Install Java Apps on Your Cell Phone, Mobile Phone or Handphone.
The photo above is by dtchristner.
You can now download the mobile booklet jar files that you have created. Phew!
Go to http://www.mobilebooklet.com to sign up for a test account and create your own mobile booklets.
The references to January 2008 has been removed from the January 2009 Daily in Christ, Streams in the Desert, TGIF and Prayer Praise Promises mobile devotional. I will be removing references to 2008 for the mobile devotional for the rest of the year by the end of this month.
It’s already a few days into 2009, but still not too late for me to wish you “A Very Happy New Year!”. Look out for more mobile devotional and booklets appearing here and at http://www.mobilebooklet.com.