In this blog post, we’ll learn how to navigate and arrange your WORDsearch Android Library and how to download & open books.
In this blog, we’ll learn more about the WORDsearch Android app functionality. Specifically, we’ll look at how to view your table of contents, notes, bookmarks and highlights, how to use the table of content slider, how to change your text options, how to create notes, bookmarks and highlights, and how to search within text.
WORDsearch Bible on the Android
We’re happy to announce that WORDsearch is now available on Android devices 4.0 OS or higher. We want to say thank you for your persistence in requesting this app and for your patience in waiting for our development team to produce it. With the release of this app, you will now be able to read content you purchased from WORDsearch on your Android device whether you are on or offline. Please remember that this is a Phase 1 app, and we are working to add new and enhance existing features.
As we’ve shared with you before, we were hoping to have the Android e-reader app released by the end of June, but to make your experience even better, we are putting it through a public beta testing phase.
This means we are looking for some volunteers to do beta testing. If you would like to provide feedback and help us with the app, please email us at email@example.com with your name and email address. Within in a few days, you should hear from us with all the details you will need to get started testing.
As you might have noticed, we have a few changes going on at WORDsearch. Here are some updates on the technology advances that are coming soon.
NEW: WORDsearch Bible 10
Enhancements to WORDsearch 10 desktop software are coming soon. Features such as automatic book updates, account synchronization and My Library Report will be introduced. We will have further details about enhancements when it is released.