Logos has introduced their own Bible Reading software program called Global Bible Reader Beta. It looks to be a pretty good little program, but, then, I am for any program that will help people read their Bibles more. Here is some information from the website:
What Is It?
Global Bible Reader helps you stay on track with your daily Bible readings by onnecting you to a community of people all following the same reading schedule. Global Bible Reader presents you with today’s reading, keeps track of your progress, and lets you communicate with everyone else who’s reading with you.
How It Works
Once Global Bible Reader is installed, it displays an icon in the taskbar notification area (near the clock). Double-click that icon to open Global Bible Reader. Browse the available schedules by selecting them from the drop-down list (with a purple book icon) in the upper-left. The calendar icon (in the top-middle of the window) allows you to look at previous and upcoming readings in your chosen schedule.
For those interested, their is actually a Bible Reading tool included in e-Sword as well, with which you can set up a daily Bible Reading Plan for the whole Bible or just for a particular book or part of the Bible. But this doesn’t sit in your system tray to remind you. Nor does it help involve you with a wider community of readers. But, on the other hand, since it doesn’t sit in you system tray, it also doesn’t use any resources until you tell it to.