Thank you for downloading the Metrilogics iBible app for the Apple iPhone, iPad and iPod touch. We hope you'll find it to be an informative and inspirational daily reference tool.
The purpose of this page is to provide you, our valued customer, with helpful information to leverage the power of the iBible app.
As we receive more customer feedback in the form of suggestions and common questions, these - and our responses - will be featured below in the complete list of "Frequently Asked Questions." In the meantime, please review the short list of questions and answers that we've compiled to date. Hopefully, this information will help get you started using the iBible app.
If you have any questions or suggestions, please send them to firstname.lastname@example.org We will make every attempt to respond within 48 hours to customer emails received. If we can't provide a detailed response, we will direct you back to this page, where your question may already be answered as we update the "Frequently Asked Questions" section.
Also, please be sure to post your comments, suggestions and product ratings of iBible at the Apple iTunes App Store site where you purchased the app.
Is there an instruction manual for the iBible app?
There is no manual, because the iBible app is designed to be intuitive to use and easy to navigate.
What can I expect to find on the "Daily Scripture" tab?
The "Daily Scripture" tab serves as a day-to-day source of classic biblical stories from both the Old and New Testaments, from Genesis to the books of the Apostles. Users will find long-cherished Bible verses, as well as lesser-known scripture that form the foundation of both the Jewish and Christian faiths.
How are the video mod subjects chosen for inclusion on the "Apocrypha" tab?
Because our app users tend to have a wide range of faith-based spiritual interests, we've tried to include a variety of informative video topics - with many more on the way. Video mod topics include background on the nature of both "good" and "fallen" angels, historic viewpoints on contacting The One, and symbology used to commune with The Heavenly Host.
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