Greek Reader’s Lexicon, Version 1.1
I’ve just submitted an update for my iPhone app to the app store — it’s awaiting review.
Many thanks to those who’ve sent positive feedback, feature requests, bug reports, and encouragement my way. Cheers.
This update adds a few features, and fixes one particular bug.
- Greek font selection
The font face of greek words can now be changed to suit your mood. I’ve included two beautiful fonts from the Greek Font Society, GFS Didot and GFS Neohellenica. (These non-standard fonts are only available for iOS versions ≥ 3.2. If you’re still rocking 3.1, you can still choose from about 4 standard fonts such as Times or Helvetica.)
- Inline frequency notes
The gloss view now has the option to display a frequency count for that word in the whole New Testament.
- Search Length
The number of verses searched at any one time (in the gloss view) is now changeable, from 5 verses to 25 at a time.
- Supports fast app switching (iOS 4.0 and later)
In the previous version if you searched on a range that over the end of a book (e.g. starting at Matt 28:19) the app would crash. That’s now fixed, which is much more helpful when you’ve got a big search set of 25 verses at a time.
We should be approved in a couple of days, and you’ll get a notification in the usual way that you’ve got an app to update.