Catholic App Spotlight: Confession

I’ve promised to share Catholic Apps that might be of interest to Catholic Post Book Group readers, and I expected to share the many Catholic Apps I use on my iPhone.

But in the last few days, there’s been quite a bit of chatter around about Confession, a “Roman Catholic App.”

Lisa Hendey of CatholicMom.com shared her generally positive experience with it.  And I first saw the App highlighted on Mary DeTurris Poust’s post on the OSV Daily Take blog, to which I responded, “I love Apps!”

I did download it because, hey, I love Apps!   And I love to support Catholic developers, especially since Apps are so inexpensive–this one is  $1.99.   But I have not used it yet, and I must confess (pun intended?) I’m totally sold on the concept.  I’m not sure that I’m willing to use an App, even a password-protected one, to prepare for Confession (or to take into the confessional), but it might be good for a nightly examination of conscience.

Have you used this App?  What do you think about this idea?

4 thoughts on “Catholic App Spotlight: Confession”

  1. It is not available for Android users right now. That has been the biggest question that we have gotten in the release of this app. We are currently discussing our options and will post a tweet (@littleiapps) and a message on our website (http://www.littleiapps.com) when we have a plan.

  2. Sweet! I use the back of receipts, well any crumpled paper will do as a busy and FT nurse. I’m always worried I’ll leave it in the wrong place as I usually forget to throw it away. I would definitely use it as I like to track progress. Everyone dislikes repeating the same offense.

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