inWORD Bible

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77 reviews
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About this app

More than just another Bible app. inWORD on your device is like having a seminary library in the palm of your hand.

inWORD Bible innovates Bible reading and Bible study.

Take your study of the Bible to a new level.

inWORD Bible gives you access to not only the Bible text, but also tens of thousands of extra-Biblical resources/materials.

Don't let the clean, uncluttered interface fool you. There is a deep and rich treasury of Biblical knowledge built into inWORD linked to every verse of the Bible and accessible with a single finger tap.

Besides being able to read or listen to the Bible text, inWORD includes over 60 thousand Biblical resources intelligently linked to each verse.

Resources that are available include...

- Dozens of Biblical commentaries
- English/Greek/Hebrew interlinear linked to Strong's numbering system
- Hundreds of Bible videos
- Hundreds of audio teachings
- Hundreds of interactive geographic maps
- Thousands of theological articles, translator notes, dictionary and encyclopedia entries
- Compare a verse against 4 dozen Bible translations

All of these resources are hyperlinked to each Bible verse, and are available with just a tap on the verse that you want to study more in depth.

Or you can utilize the lightning-fast and intelligent search tool to find any word or phrase in the Bible text, or found related to the Bible and/or the Christian religion.

And unlike some of the Bible apps out there, inWORD does not display advertisements. This is because inWORD Bible is a user-supported app. You are free to use inWORD for a trial period with the hope that you will be convinced to financially support the app through a subscription. This allows inWORD to continue adding to its enormous treasury of Biblical resources.

iNWORD also includes access to hundreds of "Scripture in song" music tracks that inspire and promote the word of God through melody.

Note: To reduce the download size of the app and the footprint occupied on your device, most of the extra-Biblical resources are accessed from a remote server on an as-needed basis, which means you will need to be connected to the Internet in order to access (for example), a map or a commentary or a theological article.

The default Bible translations that accompany the app are:

1) The Revised English Version
2) The Bible in Basic English
3) The King James Version

Additional Bible versions are available when a subscription is purchased. Note, however, that inWORD is an English-only app. Other than the optional Greek and Hebrews Bible texts, inWORD only makes available ENGLISH Bible translations to the user.

Lastly, consider checking out inWORD Bible for Microsoft Windows:
Updated on
Nov 1, 2023

Data safety

Safety starts with understanding how developers collect and share your data. Data privacy and security practices may vary based on your use, region, and age. The developer provided this information and may update it over time.
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Ratings and reviews

73 reviews
Lanette T
September 26, 2020
I LOVE the InWord Bible study app! My husband and I use its “Through the Bible in 1 Year” reading program daily. There are a couple of especially unique features about this aspect of the app. First, one of its novelties is that the reading plan gets you through the Old Testament in a year, but through the New Testament twice! I love that the reading plan is ambitious about getting users exposed to scripture. Second, what I especially love about the reading program is that you can select to listen to the daily scripture readings from more than a dozen listening options that include people simply reading scripture or from assorted dramatizations of scripture. I usually listen and read along at the same time. It’s also intuitive and easy to use, but in making it user-friendly InWord hasn't cut any corners on its utility. It provides a richness of resources that I’ve not seen in any other Bible app. This is what I find especially remarkable about the app—the richness of its search functions and resources. A user can click on a verse number and be lead to countless articles, essays, and commentaries related to that verse. So, for those thorny verses that you’ve long had questions about, a variety of possible explanations are just a click away. Moreover, users aren’t charged extra to access these resources. ALL OF THEM come along automatically with the annual subscription. It also has simple to use search functions that allow you to see the interlinear of a particular verse. Another search option allows for a comparison of a translation of a particular verse across more than 40 translations of the Bible! What other Bible app does that? Incredibly, InWord also has a library of scripturally themed music and videos. When I’m stressed or working in the kitchen, I enjoy listening to the music play list. Finally, there is also a desktop version of InWord that I use routinely when I'm working on Bible study topics. It's just as easy to use as the app, and again provides a treasure trove of extra-biblical resources. In sum, this app isn't just about reading the Bible. If you want to examine the scriptures daily (Acts 17:11) and probe deep questions, InWord is the app for you. As for me, InWord has truly revolutionized my Bible study, personal devotions, and deepened my walk with God. I wouldn’t want to go a day without it!
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Byard Parks
March 24, 2024
The Sermons and articles are from strange sources and not very theologically sound. It is always suggesting Unitarian and anti trinity materials for example. I like the Bible tools...paid for the upgrade and was so disappointed after a week I deleted the app even though I lost the money. The articles are just not sound exegesis.
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Ian Paul
June 22, 2022
My favorite Bible app. I don't always agree with the way the REV renders some things, or with some of the study notes and appendicies; but, still, it is a great translation, and it has many study tools (essays, commentaries, viewing verses in numerous other translations, and more). I just wish they included a Septuagint translation of the Old Testament with the same study features.
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What's new

Version 1.05 update provides bug fixes and performance improvements along with additional Bible resources.