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Libronix/Logos Software Now Comes in a Mac Native Version

February 22nd, 2009
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Apparently, the word still has not gotten out that LOGOS released a Macintosh native version of its software. Just this weekend, I've heard from three people who did not have a clue that LOGOS is now Mac-native.

I have been using Logos under emulation software on Macs for years, and with the advent of the Intel based Macs several years ago, life became oh-so-much-more-better running Logos under a PC environment, on my Mac. I am still using the PC based version, since I have no need to switch to the Mac native version. But if you want to run the Mac native version, you sure can. Read more about it here.

Oh, one more thing. Concordia Publishing House will not be releasing any of its intellectual property in Accordance. There is simply no need, since anyone can run Libronix on either a Mac or a PC. My own experience with Accordance is that it is a clunky interface, and has not kept up with the "look/feel" of the latest Mac operating systems, plus Accordance offers very little of the resources I'm most interested in, whereas Logos' resources are enormous.

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  1. February 22nd, 2009 at 16:29 | #1

    Thanks for the post Rev. McCain. Logos is an excellent company with wonderful technical support and customer service. So far I think the mac engine is excellent. I haven’t had the need or the time to really put it through its paces, but am so far happy with my experience.
    I’m glad CPH is continuing to release books in this format! Thanks!

  2. February 23rd, 2009 at 16:58 | #2

    I am so thrilled to be able to search through the American Edition of Luther’s Works without having to fire up VMWare Fusion. The job that Logos did on the Mac version is truly outstanding! No clunky port here. I find it far more elegant than the Windows version (but I’m prejudiced).
    Which reminds me of a question. As the new volumes of the American Edition come out, know if there is any plans to release Libronix versions in simulcast?

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