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iDisciple app review: customized daily devotional from different sources 2021



With some devotional apps out there it's difficult to find the content that impacts you the most; this is where the iDisciple app comes in handy.

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With an incredible amount of content available, iDisciple for iPhone allows you to personalize the content to meet your personal needs. Continue reading our iDisciple app review, along with checking out some of the iDisciple reviews on the iTunes page, to see if this is the right app for you. 



Get Your Daily Dose Of Jesus The Way You Want

The iDisciple app features many options and advantages to make your daily devotional studies all about your needs. Whether your preference is eBooks, Bible study, sermons, or podcasts, iDisciple has it all; it even includes an in-app Bible.

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As you go through the various material included in iDisciple's easy-to-use interface, simply favorite the texts and video that apply to you, or add content to your archive and the app will customize the app to provide you with the religious messages that apply specifically to what you're looking for.

You can also listen to Christian podcasts or watch sermons from many recognizable pastors all within the app. The audio and video quality is great, although there were some loading issues when attempting to access many of the sermons.

I waited almost seven minutes for them to load, and once they began playing it would halt and buffer continuously every three or four minutes. This is an issue the developers need to address.

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More Than One Way To Donate To A Cause

The iDisciple app provides you with a 14-day free trial, from there you can subscribe for $4.99 per month or $49.99 per year. All of the proceeds of these subscriptions are donated to fund Christian ministries.

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The ability to donate isn't only limited to your subscription fees. You can also utilize the app's built-in Giving Account which allows you to donate funds to the non-profit organization of your choice.

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Pros & Cons


  • A fast and easy way to customize your daily devotions
  • In-app Bible
  • Access to tons of media
  • Donate to your favorite non-profit via the Giving Account


  • Issues with video loading and streaming

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Final Thoughts

If you're looking for a daily Bible study app that is completely unique and different from the others out there give iDisciple a try. With so many options and variants to customize its teachings to your personal needs, the minor flaws with video playback are easy to get past. 


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Matthew MacCallum

Matthew MacCallum is an award winning filmmaker, screenwriter, actor, and comedian. He is a lifelong Apple products user and has vowed never to seek help for his App addiction.