Almost five years ago I made a big purchase: I bought a copy of the Logos Bible Software. “Is the largest electronic library we have ever assembled!” the promo said. It contains nearly 400 titles worth over $8,000.00 in equivalent print editions!” I wasn’t sure what to think, but I got a good deal and decided to take the plunge.
The software was good, and it’s improved with every version. It’s become a major part of my library.
What’s more, you can now access your library on an iPhone using a free new app. I downloaded this yesterday and I’m impressed.
A Mac version of Logos 4 is also on its way. I use the current version which is okay, but nowhere close to what’s being released today. It’s the main reason I use Boot Camp.
I’m old school when it comes to books. I still prefer reading most books on paper. But Logos is superior when it comes to commentaries, reference books, and older books like the B.B. Warfield Collection or the Charles Spurgeon Collection. It’s portable and easy to replace compared to physical books. And you can’t beat the price of the pre-publication deals.
I’m definitely a fan. You should check it out. They have a variety of packages, and upgrade discounts are available for existing customers.
Update: Discount code available here.