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    under review  ·  Bob PritchettBob Pritchett responded  · 

    We are unlikely to be able to develop for Windows Phone 7 until Microsoft adds support for other programming languages. While we use and like C#, much of our core engine is in C++, and we don’t have the resources to port it all for this platform.

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      • AndrewAndrew commented  · 

        I think that perhaps the best use of Logos resources would be to create a Universal App for Windows 10. I will be switch to a Surface Pro and Windows Phone. Full Logos app (like the iOS counterpart) is literally the only thing that I REALLY want on the Windows Phone.

      • fbfb commented  · 

        I'm a WP8 user as well and wish they'd release an app for it, but I'm not holding my breath. It's been 3 years since they commented, and they've kept their word by not porting it. Best idea below was to have them open up the opportunity for someone else to develop it. Surely they could license the technology and get a royalty for each app sold. But with WP8 hovering right around 3% of the market, I just can't imagine any urgency on the part of Logos.

      • Anonymous commented  · 

        I would give this all of my votes if I could.

      • Anonymous commented  · 

        You have a Fire app but not Windows 8 phone app? I am confused. I have been a user since the beginning of Logos. This is confusing to me?

      • Anonymous commented  · 

        Yeah. What ever. I think you have the resources to do it if you want.

      • AmbroseAmbrose commented  · 

        I'm never going to buy any more package until I see a windows phone app. What's the point of you don't sorry my device(s)?

      • Brian ByersBrian Byers commented  · 

        I would LOVE to see a Windows Phone 8 application released sometime SOON! :) Or possibly open up the SDK so that other developers might be able to work with it?

      • Anonymous commented  · 

        Here's another Windows Phone 8 user that would love to see a Logos app hit the store. Any plans in the works?

      • Mark NigroMark Nigro commented  · 

        Would love to see Logos on Windows Phone 8.

      • AmbroseAmbrose commented  · 

        I check nearly every week to see if windows phone 8 app is out. Please I will like to have my library with me everywhere. Sorry, I have not seen Dake bible anywhere. Do you have it?

      • GENGHISGENGHIS commented  · 

        Now we just need lots more North American smartphone users to migrate to WP8. 10% is the first hurdle.

      • Anonymous commented  · 

        It has been a while since yall have updated on this. Any word yet?

      • Rajesh DSouzaRajesh DSouza commented  · 

        I'd like to have Logos bible app on windows phone. Thanks for Logos for overall support.

      • scottscott commented  · 

        I'd even be elated for the current Windows Store apps to be ported over to Windows Phone 8. The verse of the day app would be awesome to change the lockscreen everyday. Also, just the basics of having my library on the phone would help at this point.

      • T WinterT Winter commented  · 

        WP8 and WindowsRT are C++ based. An app for those two systems would be much easier to port to, and those are the Windows systems going forward. MSFT is encouraging quality apps, see fi they can help in some way.

      • Doug CuttingDoug Cutting commented  · 

        Please do this. WP8 has the C++ support you're looking for. Thanks.

      • JustinJustin commented  · 

        Would LOVE to see this on WP8. Considering my options cross-platform, and it seems like Logos is the way to go for everything but my Windows Phone 8. I can even get the desktop app running in Ubuntu via Wine...

      • DavidDavid commented  · 

        Any update on the thinking at Logos now that Windows Phone 8 has full C and C++ support? Or is the decision still based on market share? Our company is switching from iOS to Windows Phone, and I'll guess we are not the only ones thinking about it.

        From Microsoft; "the Windows Phone 8.0 developer platform does indeed support C++ development... Download the WPSDK and give it a try." Quote is from http://wpdev.uservoice.com/forums/110705-app-platform/suggestions/1755203-native-sdk-to-support-c-development?tracking_code=4773f7222e8830633b9f4e2e2e10f565

      • MarkMark commented  · 

        I would very much welcome a Logos Winoows Phone app. I currently use a Windows Phone 7, and I am delighted with its functionality. It is the best Phone OS I have come across to date, and with the release of 7.8 and Windows Phone 8 things are set to get even better.

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