Good but needs work Good app, but has some annoying bugs. For example doesn't bookmark selected verse but always the one at the top of the page. The same with notes. Or whenever adding notes it opens just white screen. You have to touch it to show the keyboard. Or after adding the note there is no save button. It saves but you need to push return button to get back. Not logical... Do you guys review it before releasing? Added later: No highlights?? No exit button?
New to the "smart phone" world, a Bible app was one of the first things I looked for. After a bit of research, I settled on And Bible - glad I did! I now have some modern English bibles, plus pointed Hebrew (Westminster Leningrad Codex) and accented Greek (SBL GNT). Navigation is simple, and the feature set is just right for thoughtful Bible reading on my (new!) phone. I'm looking no further. Would be even better if the Hebrew Bible could use the SBL Hebrew font, but I see the forum has some discussion on this. (Wish I could give 4.5 stars!) (5 being reserved for absolute perfection, of course. ;)
Exactly what I was looking for! Simple. Elegant. Intuitive. Nice font. Red letter. Easy navigation. No account. No registration. No spam. No ads. No unnecessary permissions. Completely free and open source. This is the best offline Bible reader for Android. Thank you, dev; you obviously put much time and effort into this project. It is appreciated!
Wonderful! This is a breath of fresh air. I love it. Was actually thinking about creating my own free Bible app until i found this one. Lacks a few minor features but makes up for it with the features it does have. The author seems to be putting some real effort into this app and its free! The way God's word should be. Awesome!
Best Android Bible app! If you're looking for Bible study software for Android, look no further. And Bible is extremely fast, even on old hardware, with rock-solid stability. It's visually simple and that's a good thing, and looks even better in night mode. I love the quick access to Strong's numbers and commentaries. Includes access to the entire Crosswire collection of texts, so strictly copyrighted translations like NIV and NKJV are not included. All the more reason to like versions (ESV) that allow free distribution.
Most Bible apps require you to be online to read and / or have ads. This is the only one I found that lets me reliably cache and read offline without interruption.
- Fix for 'Find All Occurrences' on Samsung devices
- Kyrgyz localisation update