Contains the full text in multiple languages. (We’ve started with English and Russian, but more languages to be added in the next version.)
The text is fully searchable and the search tool can be customized to check the entire text or only verses, translations, purports, or a combination of these.
Customize what you see as you read – devanagari, trans literated verses, wordfor- word translations, verse translations, purports … each element can be turned on and off globally. Developed for iOS – other platforms to follow
Day/night color modes and multiple daytime color palettes help personalize the app.
Create bookmarks, notes, and highlights, and customize the look by changing the typeface, text size, and line spacing.
A full Sanskrit pronunciation guide and dynamic glossary.
Resume reading from where you left off. Easily access the menu for when you want to go elsewhere in the app.
Wake up (or go to sleep) to a Gita verse with the Verse of the Day feature on the home screen. Each app user’s daily verse is unique to his or her phone.
An extensive image gallery, including paintings from the fi rst and second editions of the Bhagavad-gita As It Is. In progress: More paintings, more photos of Srila Prabhupada, and more languages. The Bhagavad-gita app module will be used to create the Srimad-Bhagavatam and Caitanya-caritamrta apps.