NFP and iPad Bible Apps
A listener asked a two part question (or rather two questions) in one email, both of which I thought were great though somewhat unrelated.
A few weeks ago you had a fertility specialist on the show. I was very
interested because my wife and I have been trying to conceive for a
little while now with no success. Well, I was in Mass for the part
where she discussed testing male fertility in a sin-free way. Could
you point me in the right direction?
Also, Greg, can you recommend a good Bible app or mobile site for
iPhone and iPad? Preferably RSVCE?
I love your show; I try to listen everyday.
Hopefully that extra detail will be of help. If not, there was also a website we discussed on the program that will let you find an NFP-only doctor in your area that would probably be more than happy to help.
As far as a Bible app, that’s a sore spot for me. I would like to have an NAB one just so it more closely matches the Mass readings, but there aren’t really any out there. When I DO use a mobile Bible, it’s usually the YouVersion Bible, but I really am not a huge fan of that one, either. If I just want the daily Mass readings, I get them from iBreviaryPro or iPieta.
I’ve attached a screen shot of the Catholic apps I currently have on my iPad. I have a lot more on my phone, but I rarely use a lot of them.
The ultimate Catholic Bible App has become somewhat like the Yeti for me. I sort of doubt it even exists.
And while I’m looking for a good Bible app, I’m still hopeful that Marquette University will make their NFP resources available as an app to make it easier to track fertility cycles. That would be awesome, and rumor has it that they may be working on that.