After a long time in beta, Logos 4 Mac was finally released October 1, 2010. There is a product tour that does a good job at introducing the application, particularly for new users, and a good collection of video tutorials.
If you are acquainted with the Windows version, Logos 4 Mac, while not yet on feature parity with its older brother, is basically the same. This is one step forward in the company’s aim to go multi-platform. You should keep in mind, though, that L4 Mac only runs on newer Intel machines with Mac OS X 10.5 or higher.
I like the convenience of the automated reports and, above all, commend Logos for the implementation of the reverse interlinears. Let’s hope that the development team manages to optimize it for speed, because it is currently a very slow application.