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Published: Friday, Feb. 1 2013 5:00 a.m. MST

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budhenson
midland, MI

"...you are quite possibly looking at your neighbor's Christmas gift in envy."
Thou shalt not covet thy neighbor's ...

infoman
Cedar Hills, UT

Too bad the Android version is so buggy and difficult to use.

DRay
Roy, UT

Take 2 tablets, rest, call me in the morning--isn't that what Moses was told? I'll stick with the iPhone.

kargirl
Sacramento, CA

budhenson, it's not quite envy, just a serious admiration...lol!

Hi
Huntington Beach, CA

I love this app for the most part. I have had it for as long as it has been out and for the most part I love it. It is so worth being able to have church books that I couldn't otherwise afford. I love being able to have the books when I go to church to teach or just to read. I love being able to read during the night without turning on the lights and read the books that I like to read. It is hard to purchase books and to find a place to put them in my house. I do have issues with it, but what a blessing to have access to so many more books than I would otherwise have. I'm sure that one day it will get better, but it's a joy to have.

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