iphone / ipad / ipod - icon for "download all available resources"
It is a bit time consuming to browse the iphone library and pick out the resources for "offline reading" individually. I would appreciate the possibility to download all available resources; especially for the ipad coming up very soon....
The latest versions of the iOS apps have a “Download all” button in the library.
Ryan Schatz commented
I would prefer being able to search my library with a filter, such as for a collection or titles matching a phrase or for all titles with a 4 star or above rating and then have the ability to download all those ones.
Robert Wazlavek commented
I second Carl's post below. It is useful to be able to download all resources at once. However, this is made much less useful than it could be by not telling us how much space this is going to use on our devices, how much space we currently have left, how much space we will have left after downloading, etc.
Carl Lehman commented
When a user would click "Download All" (or for that matter - any download option) Would it be possible to indicate the amount of space the downloaded resources will take up. That way the user can see if in fact they have enough room on their device before proceeding to actually downloading the resources.
Frank Harford commented
this is an excellent idea -- at the very least I would like to see a running list of all books available to iPad and iPhone as they come available
Downloading resources to the iPad is both time consuming and cumbersome. It needs to be much easier to get all your resources and a download all option is a good start. The iPad is here to stay and we want an easier method to get our resources.
Greg Masone commented
Might there be a way to sync books directly from your computer to the idevice? Or do it through bluetooth? I'd imagine that could take some of the load off of Logos' servers.
Mark Barnes commented
This would be incredibly useful - though for those of use with very large libraries, it would be better still to search the library, then download all the resource that match the search.