Attention all users!
We're very happy to announce our official support for some of today's newest tablets -- we now have a SermonAudio app for the Kindle Fire and Nook Tablet!
New! Update Version 2.5! We've jumped to our 2.5 update which cumulatively includes improved searching with auto-complete suggestions, export downloads to public storage and Android media player, grouping downloads by speaker, a better download notification, and several fixes and stability improvements.
New! 2.1 Update Supports Maps! Our 2.1 update includes some minor fixes but for Kindle Fire users, it now supports MAPS (Local Church Finder). Enjoy!
New! Major Release Version 2.0! Our version 2.0 is a major release that now supports both phone and tablet form factors (landscape + portrait modes). Audio, video, and PDF sermons can now be downloaded to the app for offline enjoyment. The app has been redesigned with native controls and largely rewritten for more robust support of the newer Android devices. Other improvements include: Player auto-resume, click title to jump to sermon, speaker + album graphics.
Read more about the complete Android featureset!
Download it for free! Here's how you can get it today. Simply go to the store section found on the device itself and search for "sermons" in the catalog. It's completely free of charge and available today!
SermonAudio Kindle Fire + Nook Tablet allows you to elegantly browse and search through our library of over 827,000+ FREE MP3 sermons from thousands of different speakers and listen to any of them immediately on your tablet! Additionally, you can watch sermon videos, tune into live webcasts, and even search through hymns!
24x7 Radio Stream! You can now tune into our unique 24x7 Radio Stream for non-stop preaching+music enjoyment! Simply click on the RADIO icon located in the HOME tab and keep it running all day long! All sermons played can be found here!
Enjoy most of the same features as found in our SermonAudio Android Edition including background playback, live webcast and video support, 24x7 radio stream, ROKU TV integration, context-sensitive search, and much more!
Kindle Flash Support Tip: If you wish to use the flash player on your Kindle Fire, you'll need to first enable flash support. To do this, look for the flash option in the BROWSER app settings. Nook has it enabled by default.
Enjoy it and spread the word!