Coptic Reader

Coptic Reader

By Coptic Orthodox Diocese of the Southern USA

  • Category: Reference
  • Release Date: 2013-06-13
  • Current Version: 2.70.1
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 60.06 MB
  • Developer: Coptic Orthodox Diocese of the Southern USA
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 8.0 or later.
Score: 5
From 1,122 Ratings


Coptic Reader is a mobile application that contains the liturgical text, rites, psalmodies, hymns, melodies, services, and sacraments of the Coptic Orthodox Church. See below for a full list of included content. Coptic Reader is not simply a text reader but rather it dynamically creates each document/service according to the rites of the current day, or selected day/feast. Coptic Reader builds each document on the fly with all appropriate hymns, rites and instructions to take the guess work out of the order of a church service. Coptic Reader can generate documents in a combination of English, Arabic, and Coptic and supports both English and Arabic as the application interface language. Coptic Reader is fully customizable and allows you to show/hide different liturgical roles (i.e., Priest, Deacon, and Congregation), inaudible prayers, rubrics/comments, and languages. You may choose between different graphical themes as well as change the document text size. A presentation mode is also supported that allows you to project the content in your church for a complete experience. The application also allows you to control which saint or archangel commemorations will be shown in doxologies, hymns, responses, and other prayers for your church's intercessors. Content List: - Complete Bible including Coptic New Testament and Deuterocanonical books - Book of Hours (Agpeya) - Holy Psalmody including Midnight Praises, Vesper Praises, Morning Praises (Standard, Koiahk, Nativity, Theophany, Great Fast, Pentecostal, including all festal psalies) - Antiphonary (Difnar) - Divine Liturgies with integrated Service of the Deacons (St. Basil, St.Gregory, and St. Cyril, as well as Vespers and Matins service) - Katameros (Sundays, Weekdays, Great Fast, Pentecostal, and feasts) - Synaxarion - Distribution Melodies - Unction of the Sick - Baptism Prayers - Crowning and Engagement Prayers - Pascha Prayers - Prostration Prayers - Liturgy of the Waters (Lakkan) - Veneration - Funerals (Men, Women, Boys, Girls, Monks, Memorials, and Prayer at the Tomb) - Consecrations (Church, Vessels, Censers, Icons, Baptistery, Ordinations, Reception of a New Priest, and Home Blessing) For more information about Coptic Reader, visit: Please direct any comments or questions to:



  • Grate job

    By no---one
    Thank for this app, great job , very convenient and handy
  • Search Functionalty

    By Mina Karas
    Is there a way I could search the Gospel liturgy readings? e.g if I wanted to know when (date) matthew 5 is read? If not can the functionality be added?
  • Obviously 5/5 but needs some more stuff

    By Themrbossman
    Excellent app of course, God bless your efforts. One thing though: would you mind putting the saints (under “Index”) in alphabetical order? Navigating the saint I would like is confusing sometimes Thanks again and God bless you

    By Julia Mansour
    As much as I love this app, I don’t feel like we should need to pay for tasbeha and liturgies???????? Services should be free.
  • Thanks for iPhone x support however

    By minamagdy
    iPhone x support still not in its best situation there is a big margins on each side however it will be better without this margins
  • iPhone X

    By stmarytx
    Can we have it full screen for iPhone X
  • God bless

    By frmichael
    Need update for iPhone X please
  • Fix iPhone X issue

    By Fartfartfartfartfart hi
    If you don’t mind Calibrating the app to iPhone X because the empty space is very annoying
  • Add Coptic-English language

    By Notice me WB
    In the language settings, please add an option for Coptic, but written out as English (example, thok te ti gom) the words are Coptic, just written with English letters
  • Issue with the pascha panel

    By Mark Tadross
    The Monday day 9th hour psalm is wrongly translated and is missing a whole line