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TTW 3.0 on Android – FAQ
As more of you make the transition to TTW 3.0 and as we start moving Android users to the new platform, I decided to post some tips and FAQ for the new app. If you are getting started, here’s a few things you should know…
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TTW 3.0 FAQ & ISSUES
Solution: Not to worry, we saved your progress in 2.0, and it’s an easy fix. There are couple possible issues. You may have logged in with a different email. If that’s the case, try the sign in with a different email that you may have used for 2.0. If that doesn’t work, email us at email@example.com and say “My 3.0 app doesn’t have my progress.” We’ll help you from there.
Answer: Yes – it is also available to you on the 2.0 web app at app.throughtheword.org (see answer above). We removed the prayer list from the 3.0 for the time being so that we could focus our upgrades on our core elements. We certainly want you to keep praying!
Solution: TTW font size can now be increased by in your iPhone or iPad Settings menu. Exit the TTW app, and go to Settings > General > Accessibility > Larger Text, then slide the toggle to on, and adjust the size as needed. We are also planning to increase the default size of the Bible text soon. (It’s a bit small – sorry about that!).
Solution: The email that we sent with directions to get your journals onto Evernote does require the use of a computer rather than a mobile device. However, you only need to use the computer once – only for the initial transfer of journals. Once those are transferred, you will be able to use the Evernote mobile app (free) to access all your journals and create new ones. Just get the Evernote mobile app and use the same login. Click here to get Evernote in the iOS App Store, or click here to get Evernote for Android.
Solution: Landscape mode is now available on iPad, but not on phones and other tablets. It is on our future feature list, but for now, the new app is only available in portrait mode.
Solution: More translations are coming back! In order to get the new app update completed, we had to simplify a few things, including some confusion with Bible translation APIs. For the moment, we just have the NIV. The good news is that we will be bringing the other Bible translations back on the app soon!