I was going to pass on writing a Tech Talk column this week. I mean, I've been here twice a day for over a week (on days like today, more than that)...surely y'all are getting sick of me.
But I can't resist. I love October for so many reasons, and among the top of that list is that it's the month of the rosary.
Allow me to introduce you to my Top 2 Rosary Apps for iOS. (I've listed links to recent Android reviews from our team at the bottom of this post.)
By St. Clement ePress, $1.99
If you have only one rosary app, get this one. It's beautiful. It's easy to use. It encapsulates the journey through the rosary in a way that's both brilliant and somehow humbling.
I love the integration of scripture, the artwork, and the overall design of it. It's easy to use and intuitive.
I've reviewed it at length here. The gist of it, though, is that it's my go-to rosary app. Period.
By Opicury Software
This is the rosary app that got my husband praying the rosary. It also warmed me to using our electronic devices as prayer books, first thing in the morning.
It lets you customize your beads. There’s beautiful artwork associated with each mystery and it works flawlessly every time.
Well worth your investment. It's an app I keep coming back to, and I never expected to find a better rosary app. It does what it says, and it does it well.
How about you?
What's YOUR favorite rosary app?
I may or may not be hovering over the comments waiting for great recommendations...
From the CM archives:
- Rosary Apps
- The Highly Customizable Rosary App
- App Spotlight: Scriptural Rosary
- Wonderful New Rosary App from Daughters of St. Paul
- Rosary Coolness: No Apps Needed
Looking for Android?
Our team has it covered...check out these recent Tech Talk columns:
- Interactive Rosary Android App
- My Rosary Android App
- Holy Rosary Android App Review
- The Rosary on Your Droid
Copyright 2012 Sarah Reinhard
About the Author
When she’s not chasing kids, chugging coffee, or juggling work, Sarah Reinhard’s usually trying to stay up read just one…more…chapter. She writes and works in the midst of rural farm life with little ones underfoot. She is part of the team for the award-winning Catholic Mom’s Prayer Companion, as well as the author of a number of books. You can join her for a weekday take on Catholic life by subscribing to Three Shots and follow her writing at Snoring Scholar.