‘Book of Common Prayer’ goes high-tech with iPhone application developed in OKC

A new iPhone application called iPray has been developed by a group from All Souls’ Episcopal Church in Nichols Hills and Oklahoma City-based Phase 2 Interactive. The new app presents the traditional “Book of Common Prayer” in an easy-to-navigate format for daily use.

BY CARLA HINTON Published: May 7, 2011
A new iPhone application has brought the traditional Book of Common Prayer together with today’s technology, courtesy of a group from a Nichols Hills church.
The new app, iPray,...

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