Our Evaluation Methodology

We want to make sure that we’re recommending the top prayer apps for your daily life. That’s why we have carefully selected, tested, and compared each platform. Our best app choices are based on their content, usability, cost, authority opinion, and pros & cons.

App content

All platforms promote the same basic idea: easily connect you with God. They’re intermediaries to strengthen our faith through prayers and Bible verses. However, what differentiates one app from another? That’s when we act. We have analyzed all the content displayed on the platforms, the value being promoted and the quality of the content.

Does the app update its content? Does it share personal experiences from the community? Is it possible to listen to praise songs, sermons, or night stories? All these questions we asked ourselves when evaluating platforms to ensure we’re recommending you the best content.

Authority opinion

We asked Pastor Ted Atkins from Pinelake Church to check out and try our top 10 prayer apps list. For each platform, he answered a few questions according to his impressions and experiences of the Church and its dogmas.

Is it a valid opinion? Can it help someone in crisis? Is the content trustworthy? Getting feedback from authority is essential to selecting only those prayer apps that can really make a positive impact in our day. Pastor Ted Atkins helps us to find gold content across all platforms available.

In our fast-paced society, faith and technology must work together to strengthen our belief, enrich, and deepen it, putting science at the service of God.

Ted Atkins

Usability

In our fast-paced society, we look for practical solutions to our needs. Having an intuitive and easy-to-use app is essential to keep us motivated to continue using it. We have tested and evaluated each platform’s navigation, buttons, and features to provide you with the best apps for a pleasant user experience.

Cost

Strengthening our faith is priceless, yet some prayer apps may charge a subscription fee. What should be taken into consideration is understanding what content is paid and what content is free to use.

A prayer app whose real mission is to help users reconnect with God will have most of the content, prayers, and verses for free. Additional content, such as spiritual guidance and personalized experiences, may be paid as the app is putting human effort to provide you with the best material.

On the other hand, a platform focused solely on profit will have most of its content paid, which limits user experience and uses faith as a commodity.

Pros & Cons

All aspects mentioned above are placed side by side and compared to the other apps evaluated. We’ve taken all the pros and cons into account to give you the best choices to connect with God on a daily basis, strengthen your faith, and find inner peace.

Our Team of Experts

Our Team of Experts
Ted Atkins

Ted Atkins

Pastor, Church Leader and Founder

Alberta Vadnais

Alberta Vadnais

Author & Non-profit Consultant