disappointed wrote: this app was something i used multiple times a day, unfortunately there was no warning that if you updated to the 2.7 version that the app will no longer work on an iphone 3GS... this is very disappointing and i would love to be able to go back to version 2.6 so that i can use this app once again!!!!
We are very sorry to hear that it isn't working for you. Incidentally, what version of iOS are you using? It will help us pinpoint the problem. Thank you.
Dr. Jeff Voegtlin wrote: I have a question about the church- specific apps. Can anyone tell me how much it is better than the SermonAudio apps? If you use it, who downloads it? Your church members, other people from your area, or others from around the world? What percentage of those categories? I like technology and I think it would be "neat" to have our own app, but I wonder about the upfront cost and ongoing costs compared to usefulness. Thanks,
A "church app" is not absolutely necessary because your church's sermons and presence are available on the main SermonAudio.com app.
However, the church app does give you a number of additional features such as photo albums, twitter feed, blog posts, and it presents many more additional ways to browse your sermons (ie: by date, by speaker, series, Bible reference, etc). Not to mention that folks can search the App Store for your church name.
Ariel wrote: Hy! Firt of all, thanks!! Secondly I have a little problem downloading sermons, I hope you can help. I listen to them perfectly on my mobile device but when I want to download the sign to subscribe to the newsletter won't let me through. I'm already subscribed. Cookies are enabled. Thanks in advance for your answer. The Lord bless you.
Try clicking on the LATER button if you are still having trouble. Thanks!
Tony_G wrote: I have a LG phone model LGL45C with Android version 2.3.4 and I am able to use the Android app for listening to MP3 audio files. However, when I try to load a streaming video I am getting the error message . . . "Sorry this video cannot be played." Do I need to download something else to make the video play? Tony
Try using the other options presented there to play the video (even the lower bitrate option).
David1960 wrote: I have a question concerning the video from SermonAudio on my Roku XD.There is an issue with the sermon videos skipping every so often during playing.Is this issue due to something with the source or is it a problem with my player? I've tried watching different sermons from different broadcasters but the video still skips ahead intermittently. BTW I love the fact you guys are available on Roku and this is the only problem I've had.
We have not experienced this issue. My first guess would be that it is a problem with your Internet connection speed and/or consistency. I'm sorry you are experiencing this issue.
Aaron Thomas wrote: When listening to a sermon, if you receive a phone call it doesn't stop the message. Both the phone call and the message are on at the same time. There should be something within the app that triggers the stop button when receiving a phone call. Other than that I LOVE the app. Use it almost daily.
Thank you for writing. We are glad that you are enjoying the app. Have you tried the "Use External Player" option? That will use Android's own native player and may handle these scenarios.
Scott McMahan wrote: Not that these new features are bad, but after all these years bloggers still can't put a link in a blog without using a special browser? How difficult is it to translate [url]link codes to HTML like Simple Machines Forum does?
Scott, turn ON the Rich Text Editor option in the EDIT window on your homepage. Perhaps that will help.
Cheryl wrote: I have the same problem as many others - playing the sermon gives me about 18 minutes on the app's media player and about 25 on the external media player. Either way, it still cuts off. I have a Blackberry Bold 9930. Any help? Any fixes on the way? I *really* love this app, but will go in search of one that works even if i have to pay for it, if this cannot be addressed.
Normally, these kinds of issues are network-related. Even if there is a momentary glitch in the network, it will produce this result. Our recommendation would be to use the WIFI setting and/or download the MP3 sermon first and then play with the external player. Thank you.