Laudate combines a large number of Catholic religious resources into a single app, giving you instant access to everything you could need, from a copy of multiple versions of the Bible, to prayers, confession prompts, and more. While it won't replace the company and guidance of a Priest in your parish, it will provide a range of tools for praying at home, suggestions for daily readings, and more.
When you open Laudate for the first time, you'll find a list of numerous options including prayers, stations of the cross, rosary and chaplet prompts, order of the mass, and much more. You can scroll through these and find anything you need with the tap of a finger, set bookmarks in any of the files (accessible from a separate bookmark menu), or read through the different versions of the Bible and Vatican documents. The major issue with this app is that it doesn't provide much guidance for finding any one specific resource. Everything is there, but there is no master navigation beyond that menu and even then, finding some things can be complicated.
Despite a bare-bones interface that makes finding certain things harder than you'd expect, Laudate is a solid app that allows you access to a huge range of information and resources. Whether you want to remain devout at home and don't have what you need to do so or cannot attend Mass for some reason and would like to read in the interim, this app is a great tool to help you do so.
* Holy Spirit seven bead Chaplet
* bug fixes for Chaplet of Divine Mercy
* added Music Rosary - courtesy of Rogeniv . THANK YOU FOR SHARING.
* added Sunday Mass video - courtesy of www.HeartOfTheNation.org . THANK YOU FOR SHARING
* added Daily Prayer to Daily Readings and Saint of the Day
* added Hearts of Mary Woman Fellowship devotions . THANK YOU FOR SHARING