Vsionteq introduces Omega DigiBible App for iOS and Android Tablets

Manila, Philippines – The much-awaited Tablet version of the Omega DigiBible application has opened a soft launch at the ADD Convention Center and in other live-stream chapters of the Members of the Church of God International (MCGI), during their regular Thanksgiving Celebration this Saturday, July 13, 2019.

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Omega DigiBible app is a free bible application with multiple translations, an audio bible, a reinforced reading planner, a notepad for recording topic discussions, a built-in online community prayer connection tool, a bible study booking tool, and a collection of blogs by Bro. Eli Soriano, Overall Servant of the MCGI.

Previously, Omega DigiBible Mobile Phone Version was launched sometime in May 2018 and quickly gained a huge following with more than 11,000 downloads during its initial run.

The new version for iOS and android tablet was planned and executed after popular demand by users who want to experience the tool in their iPads and Android Tablets. The application development underwent several changes after careful analysis of the user experience, thus, the new app is coming up with new features that are exclusive for Tablet users.

Some of the features that were implemented on the programming are the following: Landscape and portrait view, easier navigation with most used buttons integrated on the main dashboard, same page menu and content display, wider “Eye Perspective” for Bible Readings, vertical or horizontal split screen reading, and an ergonomic design with wider screen when using Notes and bigger keyboard to type with.

With the addition of these into the original features, the said app is expected to gain very high traction quickly as more and more people become aware of its main benefit as a free download. The app currently has 20,000 plus positive feedbacks and 100,000 plus registered downloaders.

While most available bibles in the market come as a free download with paid version on additional tools and translations downloaded, Omega DigiBible remained the one and only bible application offered totally free of charge regardless of how many translations users download, including 27 languages and a Strong version which features the original text and their meanings.

As Omega DigiBible app for iOS and Android tablets go live on Saturday, the team behind the said application will provide assistance to prospective users who want to shift from their paying bible versions to the new feature-packed Omega DigiBible app for both mobile and tablet devices. For additional support regarding the application and its features, Visionteq will answer questions, concerns and suggestions via info@vsionteq.com.

Vsionteq, the creator and publisher of the Omega DigiBible app is a Filipino-owned company that develops iOS and Android technology, including chat, games and social networking apps.


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