She Reads Truth

She Reads Truth for Pc

  • Category: Reference
  • Last Updated: 2018-09-14
  • Current version: 3.1.4
  • File size: 83.58 MB
  • Developer: She Reads Truth
  • Compatibility: Requires Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 8.1 and Windows 10

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Downloading and installing She Reads Truth on your Windows PC

Download She Reads Truth for Windows: She Reads Truth is an Reference App, developed by She Reads Truth. The Reference App was officially released 2014-07-20. Today, it has gone through many interations by the developers - She Reads Truth, with the latest current version being 3.1.4 which was officially released on 2018-09-14. As a testament to the app's popularity or lack thereof, it has gathered a total of 1,003 Reviews on the App Store alone, with an average user rating of 4 out of a possible 5.

Using She Reads Truth on your Windows computer is actually very easy but if you are new to this process, you will definitely need to pay attention to the steps listed below. This is because you will need to download and install a Desktop App emulator for your computer. We will help you download and install She Reads Truth on your computer in 4 simple steps below:

1: Download an Andriod Software emulator for Windows

The importance of the emulator is that it emulates or immitates an android environment on your computer, making it super easy to install and run android apps from the comfort of your PC without buying a phone that runs android. Who says you cannot enjoy both worlds? To begin, you can download such an emulator app made by too top dogs in the space.
A. Nox App . OR
B. Bluestacks App .
Personally, I recommend the "B" option as Bluestacks is very popular so if you run into any trobles using it, you can find good solutions on Google or Bing (lol). 

2: Now Install the Software Emulator on your Windows PC

If you successfully downloaded the Bluestacks.exe or Nox.exe, go to your Downloads folder on your computer or anywhere you ususally store downloaded files.
Once you have find it, click it to install the application. It should start the installation process on your PC.
Click Next to accept the EULA License agreement.
Follow the on screen directives in order to install the application.
If you do the above correctly, the Software will be successfully installed.

3: How to Use She Reads Truth for Windows PC - Windows 7/8 / 8.1 / 10

Now, open the Emulator application you have installed and locate the search bar. Now type She Reads Truth in the search bar and hit Search. You will easily see the app. Click on She Reads Truth application icon. A window of She Reads Truth will open and it will display the app in your Emulator Software. Hit the Install button and your application will start downloading. Now we are all done.
Next, you will see the "All Apps" icon.
Click on it and it will take you to a page containing all your installed applications.
You should see the She Reads Truth icon. Click on it and start using the application.

Hope it was not too difficult? If you have any further inquiries, contact me through the "Contact" link at the bottom of this page so I could help You. Have a nice day!

About She Reads Truth

Developer Description

She Reads Truth is an online community of women in the Word of God every day. Designed with this community in mind, the She Reads Truth Bible + Devotional app is a beautiful, functional, and accessible Bible-reading tool created to help women from around the world to connect with God's Word and each other, anytime and anywhere. Whether your Truth time comes in the early morning before the world wakes, during a lunch break at your desk, or in the middle of the night with a baby in your arms—the She Reads Truth app brings your quiet (or not so quiet) time to you, right where you are. The updated She Reads Truth Bible + Devotional App features: • Gorgeous, user-friendly layout and design • Full-text Bible in multiple translations • Free and paid Bible-reading plans, with new content added daily & full-access, monthly auto-renewable subscription available • Ability to highlight, bookmark, share, and take notes as you read • User accounts allow you to customize your experience and keep your notes and highlights safe • Real-time commenting that syncs with the She Reads Truth web site • Beautiful, shareable images featuring content from the daily readings • Free, downloadable lock screens for your phone (an excellent tool for Scripture memorization!) • Customizable notifications to remind you to read Truth at your ideal time of day • Free "Bible In A Year" reading plan that tracks your progress as you go • Bible search function • Settings for font size, preferred Bible translation, red letter function, and nighttime display ABOUT SHE READS TRUTH She Reads Truth is a worldwide community of women who read the Bible together every day. Founded in 2012, She Reads Truth invites women of all ages to engage with Scripture through daily reading plans, online conversation led by a vibrant community of contributors, and offline resources created at the intersection of beauty, goodness, and Truth. About the She Reads Truth Monthly Subscription She Reads Truth's Monthly Subscription is an auto-renewing subscription which will renew automatically each month, unless you cancel your subscription at least 24 hours before the end of the current period. Your iTunes Account will be charged upon purchase. The subscription can be managed or cancelled at any time through the user's iTunes Account settings. Your subscription will be billed to your iTunes account within 24 hours before the end of the current period and the renewal charge will be your monthly charge. The She Reads Truth Monthly Subscription provides access to all Reading Plans during an active subscription, and She Reads Truth reserves the right to curate plans at will. Terms of Service and Privacy Policy can be found at:

App Reviews

  • Great product- Horrible update

    By Bjeckl
    I love SRT. There was a time when I would use it daily. But sadly, that just isn’t the case anymore. First: let me say that I completely understand the need for changes and updates to an app. That’s totally fine. I think it is perfectly okay to change the look and feel of an app if it works better for functionality or for the ease of the user. Sure, it takes a bit to get used to a new layout, but that’s kosher. This update does not seem to the case of change for functionality. Instead, it seemed to have tried to make it look prettier and more streamlined without making it any easier to use. If anything, it’s more complicated. I can’t seem to find anything or change my information. I keep hearing rumblings of a part of the app that plays music but I can’t find it (it was mentioned in the Hymn devos a few times). If that part of the app is no longer available, that’s fine but why keep it in the devos? Nothing seems to work properly and I kind of stopped using the app because of it. Which is honestly a shame. Listen: if you can get past the issues with the app itself, the product is pretty awesome...but honestly, how sad is it to have to say that? I think the app needs a rehaul or, at the very least, to be tweaked to be more user friendly. I love SRT and would love to start using the app again!
  • New version is not user friendly

    By CaitieFred
    I have been using She Reads Truth for a few years and I love the Bible plans, lock screens, and community. I even own the She Reads Truth book by Amanda and Raechel as well as the SRT Bible. But the new app is so completely not user friendly that I’m tempted to stop using SRT completely! I feel like the developers went for aesthetic instead of functionality. I’d like to see an app that combines both. I hate how to get to your current plan (if it’s not the one everyone is currently doing together) you have to click through a couple screens and scroll. I also think the homepage is very scattered and doesn’t make any sense logically. Finally, I cannot for the life of me figure out how to change my profile picture! I even Googled it and looked at the SRT FAQ and found nothing. The picture that’s up is from six years ago and I would love to change it! I also hate that there is no way to update your email address (the one attached to my account is not current) and I hate that you have to put in a last name (For privacy, I don’t want all my comments to show my first and last name). All in all I love what the brand is doing and I believe in the ministry and message of SRT, but this app itself is terrible.
  • A little hard to navigate and failure to store progress.

    By Tiffyt504
    First, I love SRT, so even the few bugs currently in the app would not turn me away from joining and being a part of any of the plans. They are enlightening, enriching, and help me to consider so much about who God is vs who I say God is based on my personalized filters. I still have the daily email devotionals sent straight to my email inbox, so I have a back up plan in store. The app I would say is not as intuitive as it could be. I often find myself just pressing icons/tabs hoping that what I want is found there. So maybe a way to make the icons communicate more effectively what content is coupled to them would be helpful. Also for several plans now, my progress continues to be undone, so even though I have completed plans the undoing of all that I have read keeps the plan under the currently reading section. So if the bug around keeping track of progress without undoing can be reconciled that would be great. You ladies are awesome and I love how you pour out so much and take great lengths to edify such a vast community of women!! You are a mighty throng!
  • The new update is really disappointing

    By keanaz
    I’ve had the She Reads Truth app for almost two years. I loved the old layout of having the most recent plan at the top where I could easily access it. Whatever plan you read last used to be so easy to jump right back into the next day. With the new overhaul and the big update from last month, not only is the app really slow and glitchy, but the plan I read most recently is one of the oldest (bible in a year) they wrote, and therefore at the bottom of all the reading plans I’ve purchased with and it opens with day one at the top. Right now I’m on day 5, but come day 250 of the plan, it will be frustrating to scroll past a slow and glitchy list to find the day that I’m on. The old version kept your place an made it so convenient to start right where you left off. I also wish you could personalize the front page to the plan you’re working through as opposed to whatever SRT wants you to buy in that moment, but I understand the marketing of that one. With all the Bible apps out there, it might be time to switch - which is so disappointing.
  • Love SRT but the app is disappointing

    By Kaitie_AW
    I want to start by saying that this is a review for the app not the company. I used to love the She Reads Truth App. I used it everyday and would recommend it to all of my friends. However, ever since the update I have not been happy with the new app and have had nothing but problems trying to use it. While I understand the need to grow and develop as the user base grew, I unfortunately have had a hard time using the updates. My app crashes constantly, it won’t pull up the devotional for the day or if it does it takes forever for it to load. It won’t register when I mark a day as complete and on multiple occasions it has deleted all my progress. I love this company and everything it stands for and still follow along online and with my SRT bible. I just wish the app wasn’t had problematic as it is. I love some of the new features like that I can now subscribe to the plans on a monthly basis but I really do miss the feature that showed you what plan you were working on or opened last. I get that grow is necessary but I am ultimately disappointed.
  • The problems with the app distract from the studies

    By MadelineF
    I think it’s a little silly to ask people to pay for the app, but make the exact same devotionals available online/in your email for free. However, I like being able to go through all the different plans I have downloaded on the app and read more than one at a time. I also like that I can go back to plans I’ve finished and reread specific devotionals. However, (and I know lots of people have said this!) I wish that they would make an option to favorite a specific day’s reading and devotional...that way if I’m looking for one I loved, but don’t remember which day it was from, I can go to my favorites and see them all. Also, this app drives me insane sometimes with its weird glitches...I was almost through a study and it suddenly no longer showed that I’d read the first 15 days of the study. It didn’t have them marked as completed anymore. And the “tap to share” doesn’t work. Ever. So as much as I love the devotionals, I think I’m either going to have to switch to using the website, or find a different app.
  • Better, but still needs work

    By Mkail15
    Thank you for hearing the suggestions of bringing back the swipe to read different chapters and multi-select tool to mark readings as read! The problem now with the most recent update is that “read” readings don’t transfer between devices. Sometimes I read on my phone, sometimes I read on my iPad, and now when I go to one or the other it’s hard to keep up with what’s been read and what hasn’t... Also along with swiping to change chapters, it would be nice to be able to switch from chapters through the quick search. So if I’m in Psalm 23 and I want to go to Psalm 72 I don’t have to click Psalms again then click the chapter I want.. I could just click the chapter if that makes sense. I’d also love to one day be able to have my notes in my margins/be able to write in the margins with my Apple Pencil instead of having a separate place for my notes... I know that’s a lot of requests, and probably not easily doable, just some thoughts. Thank you for all you do!
  • Not as good anymore

    By Dsdesalvo
    I got this app in January last year just for the Bible in a year feature. I would guess that many women start using this app for the same reason. One of the beautiful things about the way the reading was set up was the discussion that happened on each day’s reading. As I read the Bible during the year, I saw many women join in, even if they were reading their first day on March 14 or July 21. With the new setup (numbered readings instead of dates), that kind of community is lost. I started with the daily reading and have since purchased several of the plans. Honestly, with the changes, I’m not sure I would still have chosen SRT for my daily reading app. I’m sure a lot of time and energy went into making the new version of the app. But slicker and prettier is not always better. I think it is less user-friendly now, and that’s not a good thing. I don’t need a fancy experience, just a solid source for Bible readings. I think you’ve definitely lost something with the new version.
  • Disappointed

    By My Place to Yours
    I discovered SRT a couple of a years ago, and it was was an answer to prayer — a visually pleasing, spiritually challenging resource to encourage my quiet time — and I used it regularly for a year, highlighting often and taking notes/journaling in the app. Unfortunately the update made it frustrating to use; highlighting and notes no longer work, and the screen view doesn’t work in horizontal mode so that I can use the keyboard on my iPad. This morning when I saw a NEW update available, I was so excited, hoping SRT would work the way it used to. It doesn’t. Still not horizontal. Still unable to highlight or take notes. I waited hopefully over the last year for a functional and user-friendly update. Sadly, it hasn’t come. Scripture reading should be a time of joyful anticipation, but this app only causes frustration. Although I could go to the SRT website and read from there every day, I really prefer a “connected” place to take notes. Sadly, I guess it’s time to find another Bible study app. I wish it had never been updated. Don’t try to fix what isn’t broken.
  • Used to love this app.

    By aperk2736
    Love She Reads Truth, but NOT a fan of the app update. I like the old layout better, but aside from the structure and look of it, it needs some fixes. First, it removes your old account, but is nothing about it when you reopen the app. It does say that if you set up your account it will sync your highlights and notes, but other than that does not say anything about being required to create a NEW account. I spent a ridiculous amount of time trying to log in, and then trying to reset my password, and then searching my email inbox to try to figure out why it said there was no account under that email before finally emailing them about it. Once I figured out I had to set up a new account, I did, and it imported a random photo from my phone album as my profile pic and there is no option to change it. I synced my in-app purchases once I created the new account and am missing some. New doesn't mean better.