Discussions around the Android version of the Gospel Library application.
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Would it be possible to post the production version on the lds tech site for downloading. I have a android tablet device and google doesn't allow access to the market for tablet devices yet so I can't download from there. I have downloaded the latest development version and it works great on the device but would like to upgrade it to the production version. Any help is appreciated.
I second that request for the .apk file. I have a tablet running Android. It's not a phone loaded with Google Market, so there is no way to get the current Gospel Library (I am aware of) other than copying the .apk file and installing it. I've searched everywhere and the .apk isn't out there to download. I did load the latest development Gospel Library version and it runs well but it must be missing something, since it's 1/2 the size of the released version. I'm surprised that the church would rely on a commercial entity (Google) to be the only source for the application. I'm also looking forward to manuals and other works like on my prior electronic reader, a Palm OS device using Mobipocket. That one I used for 8 years. I think Android will eventually overtake all the operating systems out there (i.e. Linux, Win CE.....) except for maybe full featured Windows. Google is well funded (unlike other contenders) and will not go away easily.
In case nobody found the .apk file, here is the link from the wiki (https://tech.lds.org/wiki/Gospel_Library_for_Android):
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