App Review: PrayerMate

Excellent example of using technology for the Glory of God

10 Ease of Use
10 Design
9 Features
10 Cost

PrayerMate is an awesome app that allows you to organize your prayer life. I have been using it for a couple weeks and I have to say it is a huge help. If you don’t have the best memory, like me, then this app will help you keep your prayers organized.  The design of the app is very professional, however the only thing I would like it to have is a way to sync all your devices seamlessly. Regardless of that minor issue the app is free and easy to use. Download links are below.

Cost: FREE!



Organize your prayer life with this straightforward and distraction-free app.Every day, Prayer Mate will select a person or topic that you’ve entered from each of your main categories (perhaps “My family” or “My small group at church”) and show them to you as a series of index cards – then just swipe between them to pray.

Prayer is one of the greatest privileges for the person of faith, and yet most of us wish we were better at it. Now when you say to someone “I’ll pray for you!” you can make sure you follow it up.

* Intuitive index card interface lets you swipe between the day’s topics
* Set up your own personal categories and subjects to suit the way you pray
* Subscribe to online prayer diaries, with content from organisations such as London City Mission, Open Doors, UCCF The Christian Unions, Church Society and numerous local churches (including your own if you like!)
* Get the Church of England Collect for the Day automatically
* Operation World country for the day feed
* Attach photos and PDFs to prayer points
* Optional daily alarm clock to remind you to pray
* Schedule cards by date or day of the week/month, or just let PrayerMate pick for you
* Attach photos to subjects
* Backup and restore via Dropbox (compatible with iOS version)
* Downloadable prayer gallery

Available free on iOS and Android

Get it on Google Play


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