Now available! The Deseret Bookshelf public preview is available for download. If you have a device running Android 4.0.3 or higher we encourage you to download the preview release of our new version instead of this version. To download the preview please go to:
Deseret Bookshelf is a free, unique e-reader application designed specifically for LDS books and scripture study. While it is an enjoyable way to simply read a favorite book, it really shines as a gospel study tool. Scripture references in ebooks are linked to the Standard Works allowing you to quickly explore scriptural connections. And Bookshelf's full-text search feature makes it easy to find quotes and key passages anywhere they appear in your library.
When you download the app and login to your DeseretBook.com account, you will instantly receive 8 free classic LDS titles for your library as well as a copy of the Standard Works. Free titles include: Jesus the Christ,Teachings of the Prophet Joseph Smith, Discourses of Brigham Young, Lectures on Faith, History of Joseph Smith by His Mother, The Miracle of Forgiveness, Gospel Doctrine, Autobiography of Parley P. Pratt.
The free titles plus the Standard Works require a one-time download after the app is installed. After you register or log in using your DeseretBook.com account, the free books should automatically start synchronizing with your device.
Need help? Try our FAQs: http://deseretbook.com/bookshelf_faq
Need more help? Email us: [email protected]
Keywords: Gospel Study, LDS Scriptures, Standard Works, Deseret Book, Mormon books
Version 1.02.8 includes:
- Highlighting in various colors.
- Note-taking ability.
- When reading a book, tap the screen and hit the app icon in top left to return to the main library
- Font sizes have been adjusted for the largest and smallest sizes
- Header/bookmark menu no longer blocks chapter titles
- Can now swipe from chapter to chapter
- Screen brightness can be adjusted from 0-100%
- Sort by author now sorts by last name, not first name
- Option to rename or delete bookmarks