The Complete Published Writings of Ellen G. White. A free app on Android devices
If you're interested in using EGW Writings on your PC or Mac, you may be wondering how to download the app and get started. Fortunately, there are many resources available online that can guide you through the process similar to this article.
This app can be used for just reading. The new E.G. is absolutely disgusting. I use the white app. Both apps won't let me choose and copy sections so that I can print them on my printer. This must be corrected. My old computer had a CD which would have allowed this. However, newer computers do not seem to have any CD burners. For teaching classes, pasting and printing are very helpful. This issue needs to be fixed.
It can be very confusing. It can be hard to locate bookmarked pages. You can read Bible text from the app, provided you have downloaded the Bible. However once you are done reading the Bible you will not be able to go back to the EGW pages you had been reading. Although the app allows you to highlight certain sections, it does not work.
Excellent book choices, however the app needs some improvement. We would like to be able to choose how the audiobook is played. The app should not direct me to the audio recorded, but give me the choice of either the TTS or recorded versions. The TTS audio option doesn't work when I am reading the app. This is a known issue.
This app has an older version. It is deteriorating in all aspects. Now, when you search in quotes for a phrase, it doesn't come up, but the phrase will still be displayed. If you open the book, the phrase will also appear. When the app is not in use, the page or book it was on will be lost. Android can help to fix this very annoying problem.
The app can be used by new EGW readers who don't have the books but still want to get them. It is not useful for people who have already read EGW writings and don't own all of them. They can refer to the books as reference materials for further reading. In the current version of this app it is impossible to locate SDA comments that refer to EGW writings using page numbers. Writings can be searched using page numbers. This would make it much easier.
This app used to allow me to hear it on my smartphone. It doesn't sound anymore. I took it from an older phone and it won't install. Guess the phone has been activated but it won't let me reinstall. It also won't work on my current phone. I'm not happy.
This app is a great reference tool and reading application. However, I've had a less than pleasant experience since June. My 8 gig plan was used for background data and 1.5 gigabytes were consumed. The app is running in the background and requires so much data. Is the app updating my books without my permission?
After downloading, most books and other material don't show the cover images. The older versions displayed them well. For example, MYP is missing from a lot of the 119 books. Please do something.
It's a wonderful app, but the memory is not great. It would be great if the app could take you back to your study area and show you which books have been read. Also, I'd love it if there was a place where one can add notes. It's a wonderful app.
This app would be great, but it needs to not freeze when downloading. You can't close it if you are done reading a chapter. It won't allow you to return and continue where you were. You can just listen to the things you have before.
It is good. The audio quality was a bit disappointing. It would sometimes stop, and then I had to restart the audio. The audio wouldn't pick up where it stopped. The audio would start at the beginning, no matter what chapter it was.
1/21/19 The issue seems to be fixed. Changed from 1* to 2: This app used to be on my older phone. I loved it, but when I tried to download it to my new one it said it needed access to my private information on my phone as well as my photos and identities. In the past, this was not necessary to download and use this app. It is not necessary to use the app, but it won't allow me to download without agreeing. This makes this an issue that I am unable and unwilling to use.
This app is not rated five stars because of its search feature! The screen goes blank, so you can't see or edit what you have typed. It is very annoying. If this could be improved, 5 stars.
This is a great app. This app would be great if bookmarks were available so you don't have to scroll back manually every time you return to the last chapter.
Although I am happy with the overall design, I would like to see some improvements to the dark theme. Because the black background is too stark and the letter contrasts with the white letters are making it difficult for me to see at night, I would like the letters to have a brownish-yellowish color. Thank you so much for considering changing the theme.
Installing the EGW Writings app on your Windows 10 or 11 computer requires the use of an Android emulator software. Follow the steps below to download and install the EGW Writings app for your desktop:
Step 1: Download and install an Android emulator software to your laptop
To begin, you will need to download an Android emulator software on your Windows 10 or 11 laptop. Some popular options for Android emulator software include BlueStacks, NoxPlayer, and MEmu. You can download any of the Android emulator software from their official websites.
Step 2: Run the emulator software and open Google Play Store to install EGW Writings
Once you have installed the Android emulator software, run the software and navigate to the Google Play Store. The Google Play Store is a platform that hosts millions of Android apps, including the EGW Writings app. You will need to sign in with your Google account to access the Google Play Store.
After signing in, search for the EGW Writings app in the Google Play Store. Click on the EGW Writings app icon, then click on the install button to begin the download and installation process. Wait for the download to complete before moving on to the next step.
Step 3: Setup and run EGW Writings on your computer via the emulator
Once the EGW Writings app has finished downloading and installing, you can access it from the Android emulator software's home screen. Click on the EGW Writings app icon to launch the app, and follow the setup instructions to connect to your EGW Writings cameras and view live video feeds.
To troubleshoot any errors that you come across while installing the Android emulator software, you can visit the software's official website. Most Android emulator software websites have troubleshooting guides and FAQs to help you resolve any issues that you may come across.