iBreviary now on Kindle

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Fr Padrini with mobile iBreviary

Fr Padrini with mobile iBreviary

The iBreviary, which is already available on most mobile phones and tablets: among them iPhone, iPad, Blackberry, Windows Phone 7, and Android, is now also on Kindle Fire and the new Kindle Fire HD.

Developed by Father Paolo Padrini, a parish priest in Tortona, north Italy and consultant with the Pontifical Council for Social Communications, the free application is available in English, French, Spanish, Italian and Latin.

The application contains the complete Missal, all prayers and readings of the Daily Office, Mass readings and all prayers said and sung during Mass throughout the liturgical year. Future upgrades are expected to feature audio as well as commentaries and suggestions for homilies as well as musical accompaniment, Fr Paolo explained.

The application can be downloaded from Android Kindle Store at this link:
www.amazon.com/Mediacath-iBreviary/dp/B0092TICAA/ref=sr_1_4?ie=UTF8&qid=1347002622&sr=8-4&keywords=ibreviary

For more information on all the iBreiviary resources, see: www.ibreviary.com


Tags: iBreviary, Father Paolo Padrini, Kindle

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