How Is the Free Version of Logos Different from the Paid?

Logos Basic is available for free download.

A feature-light version of Logos, Basic is ideal for anyone just beginning their Logos journey.

If you want to jump to the next step up, consider Logos Fundamentals.

Here’s a bit about how the two compare.

How Logos Basic and Fundamentals compare

In brief, the difference between the two is that Fundamentals’ library is twice the size, offers more variety in resources, and has better features.

Logos Bible Software is basically two things: books + features. The books are your study material, and the features are tools to help you use them. For example, the Workflows feature takes you on a guided Bible study of any passage, and it points you to your resources along the way for insights.

So when it comes to Fundamentals vs. Basic, Fundamentals translates to more accurate insights, because you’re getting more perspectives, as well as deeper insights, because you’re mining your library with more powerful tools.

*The books and features of Basic stay with you on an access-only basis even with an upgrade to Fundamentals. Explore Fundamentals to see what books and features you own permanently with a purchase.

Not sure which one to get?

Why not try Basic for a while and get used to the software? After a while, once you’re ready to upgrade, Fundamentals will be waiting for you.

Or if you want to jump right into a more robust library and feature set, Fundamentals is a steal of a deal, with 50 books and dozens of features and datasets for studying Scripture.

Fundamentals will get you more of the Logos experience because Logos is all about the interaction between your features and books. So the more resources you have (and variations thereof), the more Logos has to work with to unveil Scripture.

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Get Basic free, or jump straight to Fundamentals.

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Matthew Boffey

Matthew Boffey (MDiv, Trinity International University) is the pastor of worship at Christ Church Bellingham. He is also editor-in-chief of Ministry Team magazine, has edited several books, and has written for several blogs and publications, including Relevant online, the Logos blog, and the Faithlife blog.

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Written by Matthew Boffey