Top Companies for Churches Who Look to Develop Mobile Apps

Several application development businesses and companies create mobile applications for small and large-scale churches.

Subsplash Studio created a large number of iOS and Android apps for many churches and ministries. One of its latest apps, "Criswell College," allows its users to listen to sermons from some of the school's top professors. The company also created an app that lets churches and ministries craft apps.

"Through The Church App, we build incredibly powerful mobile apps for iPhone, iPad, Android Phone, Windows Phone and the web," said the company's website. "We've been blessed with the opportunity of working with leading faithful Bible teachers such as Rick Warren, Mark Driscoll, John Piper, Tim Keller, Perry Noble, Steven Furtick, Matt Chandler, Greg Laurie, R.C Sproul, Billy Graham, and hundreds more."

Other apps offered by Subsplash Studio include "Truth for Life," "International House of Prayer" and "Saddleback Church."

"We're a bunch of creatives in Seattle who are on a mission to equip Jesus' church and make solid Biblical teaching incredibly accessible by creating high quality mobile apps for ministries,” said the company’s website, regarding the mission statement.

iGivings designed a slew of apps for iOS, Android and BlackBerry devices. The app development business helps churches and ministries create apps that are unique to its organization. Users will have a more accessible way of gaining more attention and gathering more offerings from members by iGiving's app creation assistance.

"iGivings is an innovative technology company developing cutting-edge applications that enable organizations to manage donations, communications and data with members through any handheld mobile device," said the company's website. "These managed solutions are fully customizable and uniquely designed to retain an organization's look and feel, and be downloaded to any mobile platform."

3:16 Apps is operated by Tyler Brassfield, a full-time minister at the Bell Avenue Church of Christ in Amarillo, TX. The company develops ministry apps for interested congregations.

So far, 3:16 developed the following Church apps: "Oak Gardens Church of Christ," "University Church of Christ in Canyon, TX," "Lads to Leaders/Leaderettes" and "iPreacher."

My Pocket Church crafted the "My Pocket Church" app. The mobile-based app is "an easy to use mobile app platform that you can utilize to customize a mobile app to fit your ministry and spread your message."

"With 'My Pocket Church.' a user can bring their bible study notes, sermons, Facebook and Twitter updates, and much more directly to a congregation's Android or iPhone devices," said the company’s website. "Our unique Prayer Wall tool offers church members a way to share struggles, praises, and offer support to fellow believers in your church. In addition, members can also send donations and tithe right from the mobile app."

RO4R has done work with several churches to create apps that spreads its message to potential followers. The company's client list includes Orange Leaders, Celebration Church, Horizon Community Church, Redeemer Church, and Heartland Church.

RO4R's apps come with special features such as audio streaming, event calendars and custom branding.

"R04R’s mobile platform is perfect for both small and large churches. We’ve worked with both kinds, and everyone in between," said the company’s website. "In fact, if you’re small you’ll be happy to know that our content management system is really simple to use and doesn’t need a lot of staff to manage updates. One person can take care of it all."

These companies and business are ideal for churches that wish to spread their message through mobile technology.

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