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Written by Tom Johnson   
Thursday, 20 October 2011

The following infographic shows the LDS mobile apps available from the Church: LDS Gospel Library, Scripture Mastery, Mormon Channel, LDS Tools, LDS Youth, and LDS Music (new). Feel free to print off this graphic and pass it out to your members or pin it up on your meetinghouse bulletin boards. You can download the apps by searching for the titles in your smartphone's application store. 

To print the file, click the graphic below. Then press Ctrl+P to bring up your browser's print window.

Special thanks to Cindy Garber Iverson, a volunteer on the LDSTech blog project, for creating and sharing this graphic.



# Chris 2011-10-20 15:41
I wish the LDS Tools was avail for the RIM phones. Also I can't get the Gospel Library to work right on my Storm (BlackBerry)
# Tom Johnson 2011-10-20 16:39
If you have questions about specific mobile apps, try contacting the project managers over that mobile app. You can see who is project manager over each app by clicking Projects on the top nav bar. The teams are listed, with their roles as well.
# Luis 2011-10-21 02:13
I had a Blackberry and the only LDS tools I was able to get installed on it was the scriptures. Pretty basic app, but at least, it was ok to use
# G. Shane Cridlebaugh 2011-10-23 22:08
# David Staheli 2011-10-21 08:34
It would be great if this infographic could be updated to reflect that Gospel Library is available for Windows Mobile and Windows Phone (different mobile operating systems). Also, LDS Tools is available for Windows Phone. Another new app, The Book of Mormon, is available for Windows Phone.
# Tom Johnson 2011-10-21 12:56
David, thanks for pointing this out. To save space, we just wrote "Windows Phones" rather than Windows Mobile and Windows 7. Also, thanks for the tip about the Book of Mormon app. We have plans to feature that one, but we haven't written the article for it yet.
# Dustin Caldwell 2011-10-21 08:57
How do we help test beta versions of mobile apps, as described in the graphic?
# Tom Johnson 2011-10-21 12:58
Dustin, thanks for asking this question. We need a page that explains how to get involved. For now, join the project that has the app on the platform you want to test. If you have an iPhone, for example, join the iOS project for the app. If you have a Windows device, join the Windows project. Then contact the project manager and ask how you can get involved in testing. We'll publish some more details about how to get involved in testing soon. Thanks for highlighting this information need.

# max cervantes 2012-03-18 08:49
i could not find the windows project... where is it?
# Kim Henrie Whitney 2011-12-03 09:28
Thanks for this awesome music app! I hope to use it in Priesthood opening exercise when no pianist is available.

# Noelle Whitaker 2012-01-10 09:07
I love all the apps that are offered. I probably use the Mormon Channel the most since I listen as I work around the house. I would love it even more if there were more Conference talks. I really liked the old LDS radio where there were just Conference and music. Is there somewhere that I can get that?
# William G Dunbar 2012-01-22 01:47
LDS Music App

After downloading all the music for all the hymns on this App (some are resticted), the very next day I downloaded the update which allows a search by number or title - but it cancelled all the music I had downloaded.

The software writers need to work on that!
# Matthew74 2012-10-13 18:37
I can't get the ward tools for y new iPhone 5. why is that
# Chrys 2013-04-15 20:36
Why are there no LDS aps for the Windows Surface?
# Ron Haycock 2013-04-28 15:03
Is there, or will there soon be an interactive "LDS Gospel Library" like for Mobipockets for the Sony Reader?
# Ron Haycock 2013-04-28 15:05
Is there, or will there soon be an "LDS Gospel Library" for Sony Readers like the program I Have for Mobipockets?
# Daniel Eduardo Correa Clavijo 2013-08-17 18:40
Esta pensado que esta web este en español?
# Michael D Leavitt 2013-09-15 18:04
ANDROID INDEXING - After being heavily guilted in Stake Conference today to re-committ to indexing, I was shocked to see no Android app to perform the task. Who lugs around a laptop anymore? I see that it was developed and working for both Android and IOS and then pulled off the market and I am left to wonder why... If indexing is a priority, then why not provide the convenient user tool for the marketplace? Of course it is a high priority, so what can we do to help move the tablet and smartphone apps forward to accomplish the task?
Thanks in advance!
Michael Leavitt - Orem, Utah

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