Top 5 iPhone Apps for Christian Women

by Guest Author on July 11, 2011

in Apps & Games, Guest Posts

Looking for cool iPhone apps that have a slight Christian bent to them and aimed at women? Below we highlight five cool iPhone apps for Christian women. Everything from fun silly apps to serious Bible loving happy apps. There really is an app for everything, so if our top picks don’t tickle your fancy, head straight to iTunes and do a search for Christian iPhone apps. You’ll be greeted by hundreds of options and surely there will be something for you. But first, have a look at our hand picked selections below.

1. iChristian – this is more tongue in cheek than anything else, but the iChristian iPhone app will let you literally register as a Christian and even print out a certificate of your new-found spiritual registry. Cool fun app that doesn’t take itself too seriously.

2. Christian Cafe – this is a free dating app aimed at Christian men and women who want to hook up. You can search for members and communicate with them directly via the app. This is a hassle-free, easy and direct way to seek out Christian men who seek women of faith. You never know who might turn up and dazzle your world.

3. Z88.3 Radio Station App – love to listen to uplifting music? Then take it with you on the go via your iPhone with the Z88.3 radio station app. You can listen for free to all the latest and greatest Christian hits wherever you go. Just snag your iPhone, add some headphones and turn up the volume.

4. Bible Trivia Deluxe – if you’re a word smith and or love to do puzzles? This Christian iPhone app is for you. Bible Trivia Deluxe is a game that you play by trying to come up with the answer to the various trivia questions. All 5,500 plus of them and all bible related, of course.

5. Morning Prayers Daily Devotional – nothing quite lifts the spirit up in the morning like a daily devotional. This app lets you read one everyday on your handy dandy iPhone. 365 days wake up to an inspiring and thought provoking scripture that will enlighten and feed your soul with the Morning Prayers Daily Devotional iPhone app.

That concludes our round up. Hope you found one (or several) Christian iPhone apps that you might enjoy. To see their full review, view pics and pricing, head to iTunes App Store (links above).

This guest article was written by Missy Diaz who works for various clients, including Christian Dating, site that helps Christian women and men meet and mingle online. When she’s not online writing, Missy loves to ride horses, bike, walk, run and play American soccer.


{ 13 comments… read them below or add one }

Shane Ryans July 11, 2011 at 14:57

One I think that is nice but not Christian per-say is the rosary app that helps you remember how to say different prayers

Missy July 12, 2011 at 00:50

Hi, Shane:

Nice suggestion. You should have linked to it or dropped the official name, so readers can check it out.


Jakk @ Technology Blogged July 11, 2011 at 16:33

Haha! What a great title for a post and what a fantastically vivid range of apps. I’ve tested iChristian after reading the round up and must say it’s a very interesting concept indeed, and your notion that it doesn’t take itself too seriously is indeed correct. I’ve seen a few hateful comments elsewhere though :/.

Missy July 12, 2011 at 00:52

Hi, Jakk:

Am so glad you enjoyed it and also like the options you gave for the other apps.

Thanks for taking the time to comment. Appreciate it.

Michael Aulia July 12, 2011 at 04:17

I guess those apps are for Christian men too. You forgot to mention the most basic and important one: The Bible! 🙂 although I guess you don’t really have to recommend this as Christians would most likely have it on their phones (at least the true ones :P)

RonLeyba July 12, 2011 at 09:00

Cool apps. And nice addition for the rosary apps Shane Ryans. Checking them out now.

David Frankk July 12, 2011 at 10:30

Christan apps! Thats quite awesome!

karan July 12, 2011 at 19:05

lol. For Christian Women only:D

Rob @ Atlanta Real Estate July 16, 2011 at 17:49

This article blends well with the block of 8 ads just below it.



Robin July 20, 2011 at 08:33

It is an interesting article and I am sure Christian women will really enjoy these apps.

Andrew Smith August 3, 2011 at 03:56

Okay, I just got my Bible memory app approved tonight, or else I hope I would have been a contender! ( I could have been a contender! — Verse Order, a word puzzle for memorizing Scripture) Oh well– I tried. I think it’s an interesting market. Waiting to see how it pans out.

Alan Smith August 24, 2011 at 13:48

Very confusing title for me but content is awesome.

Witty Artist September 6, 2011 at 16:25

LOL, these apps are quite funny! Nice article, Missy.


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