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Seven Points to Consider Before Selecting a Mobile Giving App

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Seven Points to Consider Before Selecting a Mobile Giving App

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In the 13 years that have passed since Apple released its first iPhone, smartphones have become as ubiquitous to Americans as car keys—few people go anywhere, much less do anything, without them.

The rise in dominance by this mobile device has transformed the ways people communicate, connect, and collaborate, whether for work, recreation, dating, entertainment, philanthropy, or even worship. This transformation has even reshaped the smartphone itself: Initially fashioned in the spirit of the landline telephone and the cellphone, it now has evolved to the point where phone calls themselves are increasingly rare. Text messaging and software-based apps are the primary uses.

Consequently, the number of first-time phone app downloads worldwide continues ...

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Matthew Branaugh is editor of content and business development for Church Law & Tax at Christianity Today. He earned his juris doctor (JD) with honors from the University of Denver Sturm College of Law.

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  • February 10, 2020