iBreviary – first iPhone app approved by the Vatican!

Here’s a neat iPhone/iPod Touch app for all our Roman Catholic readers. It’s called iBreviary and it brings complete missal and principal prayers in Spanish, French, English, Latin and Italian. That’s cool, but what really sets this application apart from all others in the AppStore is that it’s the first app with approval of the Vatican!

As with almost any iPhone app, iBreviary is easy to use, sporting iPhone-like user interface. In addition, size of the characters can be increased, landscape mode is supported (using accelerometer) and much more…

I’ll stop here as I’m not an expert in the field. All I know is that geek Catholics among you will want it badly. It costs $0.99 and you can grab it from here (iTunes).

[Via: Cellphone9]

  • Andrew Kong

    When will the Latin and English versions of the iBreviary be available?

  • Joaquin Zermeno

    Latin and English are available, just read the article. I am looking forward to this application being ported to the smart phone platforms. Any idea as to how long that might take?

  • albert

    i have a samsung omnia phone. Can i download ibreviary using my samsung omnia? thanks

  • Wanedileo

    Will n97 mini support this application? If not, where can I find a suitable one? Thanks

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