OK, but some illustrations have too low a resolution The application works fairly well on an 8 inch phablet, but there appear to be some broken links in the commentary and some of the larger diagrams, such as the "Jerusalem in the time of..." diagrams are at too low a resolution to be useful. The smaller, less detailed charts and diagrams are adequate. A reasonable app except for the low res images.
Good but I use it always but have 3 things against it. (1) every time I switch to another app Acro shuts down. (2) I like the chapters menu with the pictures but don't know how to keep it from switching back to the colors I don't like. (3) At times away from WiFi it won't start because it's looking for license. Very irritating. Then I have to use another app. Can anyone help me? I did pay for this.
Great Start! This is a very useful Study Bible. Considering it is you could say a first edition it works quite well. However, the additional resources at the end of each chapter are not up and running yet. I'm sure many improvements will be forthcoming.
Complements your Research Collection If .... the full features are accessed effectively by the user ... one, must learn how to exploit the full potential that this package presents to the user ... It's become my primary goto Bible ... that's a fact! Recommended improvements would be: 1. Names of God using original text, to distinguish between ... e.g. El and Yahweh etc et al. 2. Wikipedia links added. In closing, highly recommended, without regrets!
Use it in church our bible study all the time. Great to get various extra study notes e.g.Matthew Henry as well as ESV study bible notes. Not fancy but it does the job.
Great app Very useful and easy to use. One suggested improvement; if you could change the background colour to sepia or beige or something it would be a lot easier on the eyes. Apart from that very good. I particularly like the verse by verse commentaries.