I have a Microsoft Surface Pro 4 that is big enough to show scripture pages side by side. I'd like to be able to show 2 pages of scriptures side by side when looking at the screen in landscape mode, instead of one big page. It's easier to read if you don't have to read all the way across the whole screen, then try to find the next line when you have to look all the way back to the other side of the screen. I'd even like it more if it could show the 2 pages laid out as the scriptures are, 2 columns side by side on each page. With larger tablets and laptops you could show 2 pages each containing 2 columns of scripture verses that would look just like opening a book of scripture on the tablet screen.
We had this tentatively planned on our roadmap and still feel it is a great idea, but recently our small volunteer team has been overwhelmed with other priorities. Hopefully we can revisit this in the future.
Levi Balling commented
I use the windows Gospel Library app to try and write notes, while listening in Sunday School and reading scriptures. I is very difficult to write notes, and then read something, and write more notes.
I tried to have 2 instances of Gospel Library running in windows, however this cause more issues in terms of failing to save the notes you add to the screen.
Love the app though, and I have enjoyed the greater support for note keeping.
Scott Lucas commented
I use an iPad Pro and second this suggestion and would add that It would be nice even on my desktop computer. More so, it would be fabulous to have different scripture side by side for the sake of study. Currently I utilize two electronic devices as well as my "analog" scriptures.
Thanks for all the hard work, I know that it is a mighty task to accomplish all that we have thus far and that coding on a volunteer basis is quite the time consuming task. We are all blessed by the hard work and time put into this ongoing process.