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Love it This hymn book is simple to use. After choosing a hymn and if you wish to go back and look at another hymn, tap the icon at the upper left hand corner of your phone and you will be able to choose another hymn. It's easy to use. Do not the back button because it won't work. Only on the icon.
had a hard time with another lds hymn application bc it would not present the lyrics. this one does and i am super happy. i also like that it DOESN'T present the melody notes, so it is easier for my kids to follow the words (each verse is written on its own, like a paragraph, then the next verse is written, rather than having each first line of all 3 verses written together with the melody for that first line above and below it)
Not bad... find and zoom needs work. It's ok but it's annoying that you can not find by name, only number. Don't like that the pages are not automatically optimized for the size screen you are using. If I need to use on my phone, it's always too huge and I can not zoom out enough to use it in portrait mode, only landscape which is impossible to keep and conduct one handed while scrolling down.
All lds apps are very frustrating and disappointing : a holy and disgraceful lds pity : behold ,! These Lds developers work for the devil confusion ,lo! Truth is bitter than reality : verily : I tellest thee: thou art unestalled readilly : you mediocre non human creatures😪
Primary and well done, but what are these hymns? What denomination are they from? The 'new' songs are ones I've never heard of and I've heard of a lot! The traditional ones are very obscure with only a little sampling of popular ones such as 'Great is Thy Faithfulness'.
If you like the method Fernando arranges and interprets hymns (and I do), then you'll love this CD. It's beautiful simple on the ears, with his trademark style of tender playing and earnest vocals, and beautiful stripped-down with only an occasional contribution from a cello or an accordion. The whole CD is like this, so there's nothing that makes you go, "Wow! Now that's a fresh reading of that old classic!", but that may be what you wish on occasion. Sometimes you wish a place on a CD to accompany your Bible-reading or meditation, but you don't wish to place it on if there's gonna be a song (or two, or three) that will clamor for your attention. So, Fernando's dynamic rendition of "All Monsters of Our God and King" is not going to be on an album like this. And if that's what you're looking for, then this is - I wish just a bit more dozens track to track, even if I am meditating. Not that anything has to razzle-dazzle me here, but maybe an a cappella ver of a standard (maybe with light organ coming in near the end or something) or a hymn where he's singing and a harp is going too. That would have gotten this 5 stars. Hey, four stars is a amazing album though, and this is quality stuff.