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DVO: Bible Wallpapers & Quotes

DVO: Bible Wallpapers & Quotes

Alphapod Sdn. Bhd.

Fuel for life, in your pocket!

4.0 Ratings 1K+ Reviews

Ratings & Reviews

4.0
1.5K+ Ratings
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  • Avid User for over 7 years Feb 24, 2020

    By Rod CRF
    I have been using the DVO app for over 7 years since I’ve been back in NYC. I’ve used the app on many occasions to share with friends and strangers. I’ve found that on some days and weeks, the message speaks directly to me. However, lately there has been a change and it has felt less prophetic and biblical and more a bit systematic. As a user for over 7 years, I’m aware that it could just be me. But from reading the other reviews, I’ve been thinking maybe not. I encourage the writers to continue to write because you are helping many people around the world. If possible, dig deeper. Don’t worry about being controversial and being more like Jesus when it comes to your beliefs. Truth is... I’ve been in church since I was born. I’ve been a christian since I was 9 years old. Now I am 40, gay and black. I don’t quite “belong” in any church because of my sexual orientation and color. But that has and will never stop me from belonging to Jesus. That’s why I’ve continued to subscribe to this app, because it’s rich in Jesus. So, be encouraged and go as deep as JESUS goes into your writings. Blessings on Blessings!
    more
  • Updated Most accurate 2019 review Dec 30, 2018

    By Youbooer
    Paying for anything “church” is at first strange. but God created life and if it is because of Him that all life and jobs exist and that we should be able to connect with him through it all then shouldn’t we be paying for any jobs? Or anything? If this were a memoir from a president or your favorite celebrity you wouldn’t question payment at all. It’s a tough topic but sometimes people actually work hard in what they do and they find themselves working hard within the church and some positions deserve compensation. These one stars seem kind of “casting-the-first-stone”-ish haha. So, yes. As many as the reviews have said, the devotional content seemed to have changed from something really beautiful to something unrelatable to all but I definitely feel that they have seen the comments and that they are back on track now and I now can start recommending this back to people. 1 Star for user friendliness 1 Stars for meaningful devotions 1 Star for the apps beauty 1 Star that it actually works 1 Star for reasonable pricing
    more
  • A must read! Sep 19, 2017

    By Amnoelle13
    DVO came to me at the right time, the writer has insight and knowledge that is so refreshing. I absolutely love getting a more in depth and different perspective on the same verses I've heard my whole life. And just a side note for the comments on having to pay. I get it to a degree but this is the writer's full time job, if she was behind a pulpit she'd be making an income through a church. And if it was in book form you'd be buying it from a store, which is the old fashioned way of getting devotionals ;) A years worth or devotionals for the price of one book is not bad at all!
    more
  • A Must Subscribe! Jul 9, 2020

    By Shanna Gibbs
    I’ve never written a review for any app until today. I have been consistently using DVO for the last four years and I absolutely love it! I love the images, verses, motivational sayings and everything it does behind the scenes. It does so much more than what people realize! One of my favorite features is the Daily Reminder so you never miss a dvo. Check it out. I hope you enjoy it as much as I do! Thank You DVO! Keep up the great work! ❤️
    more
  • Love DVO Apr 26, 2020

    By the_halkets
    I first came across DVO after going through a particularly bad breakup and I needed something to help restore my faith in pretty much everything. I appreciate the personal nature of DVO, I didn’t grow up going to church but having the author talk about her personal struggles as well as scripture adds a human connection that I can empathize with. I always feel like there’s something I can apply directly to my daily life and I’ve made DVO a part of my morning routine.
    more
  • Absolutely not Jun 21, 2018

    By Billie1979
    Well I was surprised that the app itself was free, the first day was lackluster and all it did was give a scripture reference then talked ALL about the application and people who made it (husband and wife team) and all it offers a that was day one of the daily devotional... the NEXT DAY, today... I get up early to do what I hope is better than yesterday (because I came up with my own reading for yesterday)... and was met with a freakin pay screen. Are you KIDDING me?!! First of all I downloaded this because I was desperately seeking some direction with my weekday devotions and feeling like God was really distant. Then to be met with this. Such a disappointment and let down. Tell people up front what they are getting. And trust me, your little first into devotional was NOT good enough to make me want to pay for further reading assignments. How disappointing.
    more
  • I wanted to like this app Apr 21, 2018

    By fleurloving1991
    I’m still on the hunt for a good daily devotional app. This one has great reviews but I literally couldn’t get through the Day 2 devotional as it felt completely full of shallow fluff and nothing of substance. I don’t need to read 6 paragraphs about how Jesus is the essence of the dirt, the flowers, the mountains, a newborn baby’s breath, and I just need to take life step by step, day by day, and enjoy life. This is literally like marshmallows- overly sweet, unnecessary, and not sustaining. I want to ingest something nutritious that feeds my soul- food for thought. Something that grows my understanding and spirituality. Also, why is “he” (as in God), never capitalized?? And what is the New Passion Translation that literally makes less sense than NIV? Guess my search for a good app continues...
    more
  • No longer works Apr 5, 2020

    By Frustratation in VA
    Over the past month, the app has opened 1 in 10 times. I’ve deleted and re-loaded the app at least once a day. Tried the “App Support” icon in the App Store listing and was sent to the developers website. Tried logging in and apparently had forgotten my password. Asked to reset the password and never received the email that I was told would be sent. Very questionable support for an app I pay for and get to use every tenth time I open it. I have cancelled my subscription.
    more
  • Was a good app a few years ago.... Aug 19, 2018

    By Poofbgone
    Unfortunately, the writer of this app has changed and that is abundantly clear. The devotions are hard to follow and read as unfocused and meandering. This app was the devotion standard on iOS back when it first began. I have paid for an annual subscription, but now I just go back to my archived devotionals from 2014 and 2015. No refunds, of course. I am extremely disappointed.
    more
  • Used to love! Jul 30, 2019

    By AppGurl98
    So I have subscribed for years, but recently this app makes me sign in every day. How annoying is that?!? The content goes through highs and lows just like our lives, so I don’t mind it and generally I can relate. BUT this sign out thing..... it’s annoying as heck!
    more

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  • Updated Most accurate 2019 review Dec 30, 2018

    By Youbooer
    Paying for anything “church” is at first strange. but God created life and if it is because of Him that all life and jobs exist and that we should be able to connect with him through it all then shouldn’t we be paying for any jobs? Or anything? If this were a memoir from a president or your favorite celebrity you wouldn’t question payment at all. It’s a tough topic but sometimes people actually work hard in what they do and they find themselves working hard within the church and some positions deserve compensation. These one stars seem kind of “casting-the-first-stone”-ish haha. So, yes. As many as the reviews have said, the devotional content seemed to have changed from something really beautiful to something unrelatable to all but I definitely feel that they have seen the comments and that they are back on track now and I now can start recommending this back to people. 1 Star for user friendliness 1 Stars for meaningful devotions 1 Star for the apps beauty 1 Star that it actually works 1 Star for reasonable pricing
    more
  • A must read! Sep 19, 2017

    By Amnoelle13
    DVO came to me at the right time, the writer has insight and knowledge that is so refreshing. I absolutely love getting a more in depth and different perspective on the same verses I've heard my whole life. And just a side note for the comments on having to pay. I get it to a degree but this is the writer's full time job, if she was behind a pulpit she'd be making an income through a church. And if it was in book form you'd be buying it from a store, which is the old fashioned way of getting devotionals ;) A years worth or devotionals for the price of one book is not bad at all!
    more
  • A Must Subscribe! Jul 9, 2020

    By Shanna Gibbs
    I’ve never written a review for any app until today. I have been consistently using DVO for the last four years and I absolutely love it! I love the images, verses, motivational sayings and everything it does behind the scenes. It does so much more than what people realize! One of my favorite features is the Daily Reminder so you never miss a dvo. Check it out. I hope you enjoy it as much as I do! Thank You DVO! Keep up the great work! ❤️
    more
  • Love DVO Apr 26, 2020

    By the_halkets
    I first came across DVO after going through a particularly bad breakup and I needed something to help restore my faith in pretty much everything. I appreciate the personal nature of DVO, I didn’t grow up going to church but having the author talk about her personal struggles as well as scripture adds a human connection that I can empathize with. I always feel like there’s something I can apply directly to my daily life and I’ve made DVO a part of my morning routine.
    more
  • Well worth it Oct 15, 2017

    By jdpink
    I'm so glad I chose to pay for these devotionals. I bought the one-year subscription and now everyday I get to see what these writers and artists have worked so hard to put together. I love it. Powerful writing, just the right length and inspires thought provoking prayer and meditation. Definitely support this app!
    more
  • Avid User for over 7 years Feb 24, 2020

    By Rod CRF
    I have been using the DVO app for over 7 years since I’ve been back in NYC. I’ve used the app on many occasions to share with friends and strangers. I’ve found that on some days and weeks, the message speaks directly to me. However, lately there has been a change and it has felt less prophetic and biblical and more a bit systematic. As a user for over 7 years, I’m aware that it could just be me. But from reading the other reviews, I’ve been thinking maybe not. I encourage the writers to continue to write because you are helping many people around the world. If possible, dig deeper. Don’t worry about being controversial and being more like Jesus when it comes to your beliefs. Truth is... I’ve been in church since I was born. I’ve been a christian since I was 9 years old. Now I am 40, gay and black. I don’t quite “belong” in any church because of my sexual orientation and color. But that has and will never stop me from belonging to Jesus. That’s why I’ve continued to subscribe to this app, because it’s rich in Jesus. So, be encouraged and go as deep as JESUS goes into your writings. Blessings on Blessings!
    more
  • Great when I have time to read it Aug 19, 2019

    By rupaq
    Good read but for those who have little time to stop and read or for those with poor site would an audio version be available. Like it otherwise.
  • The pictures are cute but... Jul 30, 2017

    By queen.music.freak
    This app really isn't what I thought it would be.
  • I wanted to like this app Apr 21, 2018

    By fleurloving1991
    I’m still on the hunt for a good daily devotional app. This one has great reviews but I literally couldn’t get through the Day 2 devotional as it felt completely full of shallow fluff and nothing of substance. I don’t need to read 6 paragraphs about how Jesus is the essence of the dirt, the flowers, the mountains, a newborn baby’s breath, and I just need to take life step by step, day by day, and enjoy life. This is literally like marshmallows- overly sweet, unnecessary, and not sustaining. I want to ingest something nutritious that feeds my soul- food for thought. Something that grows my understanding and spirituality. Also, why is “he” (as in God), never capitalized?? And what is the New Passion Translation that literally makes less sense than NIV? Guess my search for a good app continues...
    more
  • Used to love! Jul 30, 2019

    By AppGurl98
    So I have subscribed for years, but recently this app makes me sign in every day. How annoying is that?!? The content goes through highs and lows just like our lives, so I don’t mind it and generally I can relate. BUT this sign out thing..... it’s annoying as heck!
    more
  • Absolutely not Jun 21, 2018

    By Billie1979
    Well I was surprised that the app itself was free, the first day was lackluster and all it did was give a scripture reference then talked ALL about the application and people who made it (husband and wife team) and all it offers a that was day one of the daily devotional... the NEXT DAY, today... I get up early to do what I hope is better than yesterday (because I came up with my own reading for yesterday)... and was met with a freakin pay screen. Are you KIDDING me?!! First of all I downloaded this because I was desperately seeking some direction with my weekday devotions and feeling like God was really distant. Then to be met with this. Such a disappointment and let down. Tell people up front what they are getting. And trust me, your little first into devotional was NOT good enough to make me want to pay for further reading assignments. How disappointing.
    more
  • No longer works Apr 5, 2020

    By Frustratation in VA
    Over the past month, the app has opened 1 in 10 times. I’ve deleted and re-loaded the app at least once a day. Tried the “App Support” icon in the App Store listing and was sent to the developers website. Tried logging in and apparently had forgotten my password. Asked to reset the password and never received the email that I was told would be sent. Very questionable support for an app I pay for and get to use every tenth time I open it. I have cancelled my subscription.
    more
  • Was a good app a few years ago.... Aug 19, 2018

    By Poofbgone
    Unfortunately, the writer of this app has changed and that is abundantly clear. The devotions are hard to follow and read as unfocused and meandering. This app was the devotion standard on iOS back when it first began. I have paid for an annual subscription, but now I just go back to my archived devotionals from 2014 and 2015. No refunds, of course. I am extremely disappointed.
    more

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