Yes. We should have these out shortly.
Importing notes would follow from this and be a big motivator to migrate from other apps/platforms.
We’re currently working on licensing the content from the publishers. We’ll add it in as soon as we have permission to be able to do so.
I would like to add a vote for reading plans, as well. I use the "Professor Horner" system right now and love it -- if you could support a more non-traditional plan like this, it would be great.
Catch-up and push-notify options for reading plans are handy too.
1. Multiple verse highlighting
With screen pagination this is rather difficult. Though if you access John 1.1 – 18 on an iPad or on our website (ebible.com) its doable.
2. We’ll get this fixed.
4. We’ll find a better way to address this.
5. We’ll get this fixed as well.
6. Folders and subfolders
The notes are actually tied to the verses. On our website you can actually search your notes. This feature will be coming to the mobile apps as well.
> "The difficulty is we allow highlighting on a word level."
I forgot about that (nice feature, by the way). Maybe a pop-up button to continue the highlight on the next page? It would be nice if it auto-flipped for you, but then you run into issues of what the threshold is for the page-turning -- does it flip immediately (annoying if you just want to highlight to the end of the page) or flip after a second or so (annoying to wait)?
You guys are doing excellent work. Keep it up.
One way around the difficulty with pagination is to allow for tapping-to-toggle -- taping a verse selects it, tapping multiple verses adds to the selection, which can then be commented on or highlighted. The other option is "select first, then select last" verse to be highlighted/annotated, but I think toggling is more intuitive.