Just heard that Al Kresta is re-airing the interview this afternoon that I did with him a few weeks ago about Catholic apps.
You can listen live between 4-6 p.m. ET by clicking the LISTEN LIVE button in the right-hand corner of the Ave Maria Radio website.
In the interview, you’ll find out that:
1. I do not have a smartphone. (And I don’t really want one.)
2. I don’t have a device right now, either. (Thank you, Destructoboy.)
But yes, I am still an app-a-holic.
And because I am all about helping others to become Catholic app-a-holics too, here’s some lists and links of Catholic apps. I haven’t checked all of these out, mind you.
Here’s my article that ran in the OSV Newsweekly. It has a listing of all sorts of Catholic apps that I love. We talked about a few apps from this article:
- Catholic News Live – 99-cents, Android and iOS
- Confession– $1.99, Android and iOS
- RosaryPlusHD – $1.99, iOS
- iRosary– $2.99, iOS
- Divine Office – $19.99 – Android and iOS, free on web
- iBreviary– free, Android and iOS
- iMissal– $4.99, Android and iOS
I also mentioned these apps in our conversation:
Callers came in and had quite a great listing. Here’s what I gathered (if I missed any, let me know and I’ll add them!):
- Fighter Verses – Android and iOS
- Laudate – free, Android and iOS
- Pocket Catholic – free, Android
- iPieta– $2.99, iOS; $1 a module (4 modules) on Android
- Phonto – free, iOS
- YouVersion – free, Android and iOS
- Answers 4 Catholics (A4C) – $1.99, Android and iOS
- Rosary Guide – free, iOS
- Prayer Notebook Lite – free, iOS (I also recommend the paid version, which is $1.99 for iPhone and $2.99 for iPad)
And if you’re looking for great places to find apps, be sure to check out:
I’d love to hear YOUR favorite Catholic apps, so share away in the comments. 🙂