LearnScripture.net has been designed for phones and tablets from the start. Just visit the website in your device's web browser and it will work, and adapt to the smaller screen. For a nicer, app-like experience, you can also choose to "Add to Home Screen" in many mobile browsers.

Please note the following:

  • On some pages, to make the most of the space some controls appear at the bottom of the page and you may have to scroll down to see them. These controls appear in a column on the right on larger screens.
  • Some devices have problems with the keyboard-based testing. You should use the On screen buttons method for testing, which is the default for touch screen devices, and can be set in your preferences.

Additional information and tips for specific devices and browsers:

iPhone and iPad

You can add a home screen icon for quick access to the LearnScripture app as follows:

  • Go to the dashboard page.
  • Hit '+' and select “Add to Home Screen

Here's a video to help you do this (for any website).

Android phones

Simply use your normal phone web browser. We regularly test with Chrome and Firefox, and these are known to work well.

You can add a home screen icon for quick access and better app experience as follows:

  • Go to the dashboard page.
  • On Chrome, wait for the prompt and press the "Add" button:


     
  • On Firefox, use the "Add To Home Screen" button in the top bar:

These will create app icons on your home screen. Use these to start LearnScipture, and you'll get a better experience - the address bar at the top will be hidden, so you get more space on the screen for the app.

(If you are using a home screen shortcut for LearnScripture.net, but are not getting this better experience, delete your home screen shortcut and try again using the instructions above - we've upgraded how this works)

What happened to the Android app?

We use to have an Android app in the Google Play app store. The large number of Android versions and customisations that are made by phone manufacturers made it impossible to test everything and keep it working on all versions, and often there were bugs that we can do nothing about. Because of this, we removed the app from the app store, and now you will only be able to access the site through your normal web browser on your phone — these are usually kept updated with modern standards much better, making it much easier to keep LearnScripture.net working for everyone.

Preferences

  • Depends on device capabilities.
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