First day, but looks good to me. The only thing I have is I am not given enough time to read the strong's definitions before the pop up menu disappears. Perhaps you can give readers the option to close the pop up menu when they are finished reading it. Other than that, looks like what I need. I am trying to do deeper levels of study and also a variety of ways to study, so this helps a lot. Thanks
Yahweh is not translated as lord or god it is transliterated in english as jehovah. Deleting gods name jehovah and replacing it with lord or god makes this a very inaccurate translation. Only a few verses like in psalms 83:18 you correctly translate it as jehovah. Jehovah in Hebrew as yahweh is in the hebrew scriptures almost 7000 times more than any other name combined
I'm giving you 5 stars because this is most true to the original Hebrew wording I have found. I think a lot of people are confused with translations of ancient texts when there is a modern language in use. They forget that Ancient Hebrew is not modern Hebrew. Also, no one should be changing names, as written, to appease anyone. Great job!
Unique and great Super to copy, study, compare, & refer to. Very handy being quicker to open and navigate. The format has a simple style making it easy to distinguish Hebrew characters. I would like to see future updates allow for tapped-for Strong's notes to not fade away so quickly but to remain until "close" is chosen, for ex. Also, Nahum 3:19 is missing. I showed this app to a mac-using Hebrew scholar who loved it and, talking with him a few days later, found he was disappointed it wasn't available in a mac version.
Many significant mistakes At first I liked it but then saw significant mistakes. Ps. 121:3 "He will allow to be moved your foot, will slumber he who keeps you..." Of course "not" is missing. Same in other places which puts the translation in serious doubt and danger of misleading. Better to do without than read such contaminated work. I highly appreciate the work of the author but in these spiritual works these kind of mistakes are risky and the author takes serious responsibility on himself.
I found what I was looking for. There was translation errors in what the app had and in the apps version of Strong's concordance with what is actually in the Strong's concordance but 70% isn't all that bad when some other options aren't as good as this. It's always good to have multiple study tools. Is there an Apple iOS version of this?
fixed database problems