Thursday , 24 April 2014

Android Bible Apps


Will you like to have a lightweight bible around everytime? There are tons of bible apps for your daily spiritual devotions and bible studies. Regardless of you interest, be it old testament or new testaments, King James Version or others, there is definitely a bible app for you in the android market. These apps have many features that will make bible verses available at your finger tips. With a flick, study the scripture and also search and make bookmarks. Some of these apps will tempt Christians not to carry their Holy Bible to the church. Bring out you Nexus one, droid, HTC Hero, eris, cliq, and other android phones and put the word of God in your phone.

Bible
The YouVersion.com android application allows you to easily search for, bookmark, and access, any passage in the Bible. Choose one of many translations including NIV, ESV, KJV, NLT, GW, NKJV, AMP, NASB, CEV, NET, WEB, NCV, TNIV, HCSB, MSG, BG1940, CSBKR, ELB, DELUT, ASV, LBLA, LSG, CUVS, CUV, SV1750, NORSK, KORVB, JA1955 and more. Other features include a daily reading plan, viewing other readers contributions, and bookmarks.

Bible

Bible

AcroBible Lite
AcroBible Lite is a Bible application that includes the entire text of the King James Version Bible. The lite version features touch navigation, bookmarks, keyword search, and a subject index of commonly referenced verses. AcroBible is an off-line Bible (i.e., a network connection is not required to read the Bible).

AcroBible Lite

AcroBible Lite

LiveBible
LiveBible is a simple but powerful Bible web browser tool. Use it to learn the word of God and share the good news of the Gospel. Comes with improved navigation, and in many language including English, French, Spanish, Chinese.

LiveBible

LiveBible

Bible King James Version
Easily access Bible chapters and locate verses and create bookmarks.  Study the Bible with over 3 years of daily read plan and progress calendar.

Bible King James Version

Bible King James Version

Start reading the Bible on the go, with your android phone using Bible application.

8 comments

  1. I don’t see CadreBible listed and thought I’d add a plug here. It offers several public domain and copyrighted Bible translations as well as dictionaries, topical references, commentaries and other narratives (Josephus, Spurgeon, Wigglesworth).

    More Bibles coming soon and all books are stored offline once downloaded, so no internet connection required to read the Bible.

    Also, take notes, add bookmarks, parallel view and more.

  2. how can I download this software in my samsung wave? pls help

  3. Search for bible in the Android market or search for the name of the app in the Android market.

  4. I’ve been using the Tecarta NIV Bible and I love it. It has a simple, intuitive interface, lots of features, fast search, text-to-speech, and integrated notes. Plus it’s cheaper than all the other mobile bibles out there. I believe that their KJV Bible is free so go try it yourselves. Cheers!

  5. Looking at buying a
    Samsung “Intercept”- anyone know if there are decent word study apps available? I’d like a KJV with Strongs numbers AND his Concordance as well- Ive got the Key Word study Bible with both of those features and it sure makes it easy to dig a little deeper than the text itself.
    Appreciate any advice- links would help, too!

  6. Perfect! Thanks for the quick reply-
    this is exactly what I was looking for- now it’s down to Sam’s to pick up the phone!

  7. http://www.bible.is/android (or just search bible.is on your Market) is killer, man.

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