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The new hardback anthology, A Poem for Every Night of the Year is available at Amazon UK and at all good UK bookshops. Amazon ships overseas.
Currently the app only supports Android 4.0 and above. Please update your software.
Google, your mobile carrier (and/or internet service provider), your device manufacturer and third-party app developers all play a role in making Google Play work, so it’s understandable that you may not know where to turn for help – here are … Continue reading
More advice from Google Play: If a download you requested from the Google Play website never started on your device, please try the following troubleshooting steps: Your device must be connected to a wireless or a cellular network – please … Continue reading
This advice is from Google Play: If you receive a “Download unsuccessful” message when attempting to download an app, try the following troubleshooting steps to resolve the issue: For paid applications, confirm your credit card information is up to date … Continue reading
An update of The Love Book app is now available to download (free) at the App Store. It is fully compatible with Apple’s new operating system iOS 7. It fixes many of the problem bugs below. This update also fixes … Continue reading
The app on iPod 3rd Generation is experiencing issues with the audio. We hope to resolve this soon.
The Search function can sometimes take a while as the app searches through all the content. Please bear with it! We are looking into this for a future update.
Several people have got in touch with us concerning the poem ‘Take, Oh Take Those Lips Away’. On the text it says that it’s by William Shakespeare, but in the audio, Tom Hiddleston says it’s by John Fletcher. We apologize … Continue reading
On The Love Book app’s home page, you should be able to see an option in the top right corner called ‘Lucky Dip’. This button will select a love-themed text at random from within The Love Book’s App. You can … Continue reading
The app comes with an inbuilt dictionary: if you’d like to look up the definition of any word, simply click on it. An option to ‘Define’ will appear – select this, and The Love Book app’s dictionary will load your … Continue reading
At the top of the page you are trying to magnify, you should be able to see a button with an ‘A^’ symbol on it. If you click this button, a bar should appear at the bottom of the screen … Continue reading
The Love Book app includes options to share your favourite poem, or your own work, via email, Facebook or Twitter. But to be able to do so, your device needs to have an Internet connection: that means ensuring you have … Continue reading
At the top of each poem, quote, prose extract and love-letter, you will see an icon that reads ‘Record’. Click on this to record your own reading of a text. Press ‘Stop’ to finish recording. If you’d like to play … Continue reading
If you’d like to share a poem, letter or quote, all you need to do is select the text you’d like to send, and click on the ‘Share’ icon at the top of the page. You can choose to send … Continue reading
To write your own poem, go to the ‘Faves’ page. There you should be able to see a section called ‘My Love Book (write a poem!)’. Click on this, and a new screen will appear – there is an option … Continue reading
There will be a ‘Play All’ function coming in a future update.
If you are having problems with the audio, please make sure that your phone is not in silent mode (people using an iPhone or iPad should ensure that the mute button on the side is not enabled). You should also … Continue reading