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America StaffFebruary 14, 2024
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America is proud to announce the publication of its first-ever mobile application: The Word.


The Word brings together America's cherished Scripture resources, now easily accessible from your mobile device. Here’s what you can look forward to:

  • Daily Reflections: Start or end your day with insightful meditations.
  • The Sunday Word Column: Dive deep into the Word with our weekly homilies.
  • Preach Podcast: Enjoy enriching discussions on select Sundays, featuring voices that inspire and challenge.

All users will be able to access Sunday reflections, but to read all of the daily reflections you’ll need to be a subscriber to America. For unlimited access to the app and everything else America offers, you can subscribe today for just $5.99 a month.

You can download the app on Apple’s App Store  and on the Google Play store. You can find the app by clicking this link on your iPhone, this link on Android or by searching “America magazine: the word” in the app store.

Please let us know what you think about the app! You can send us an email at wordappfeedback@americamedia.org.


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