Best Bible ever! Please sir, I have these observations for MyBible, the best Bible ever, as follows: (1). Bookmarks: it does start another line when the enter key is pressed unlike MyBible version 4.4.2. (2). Note: please help make Note feature run like the other commentaries when note is written and entered. These two features are wonderful if it is favourably considered. This is ni doubt about it MyBible receives 1000 stars. It is: fast, full of good references, easy book opening, sweet Bible study, highlight and so on.
Excellent app Praise the LORD... however few suggestions.... in telugu bible there are several typographical mistakes which need correction. Ex. in many places the letter 'ya' is missing. Kindly rectify so that the app will be even more useful. Thank you...
The Best! This is in a class of its own! I'm just overwhelmed with the features. And it is absolutely FREE and AdFree. God Bless the developers. You're a blessing.
Phenomenal Lots of translations available, easy navigation, customizable appearance, requires no special permissions- easily the best app I've tried. I would happily pay for this app.
Absolutely fantastic Excellent in every way. Functional, intuitive, and feature rich. On top of this, a man who is willing to gift the church this program without cost or reserve.
Surplus versions Impressive, Amazing, Splendid. I can keep going on. This app is has simply been a blessing!
Changes in MyBible 4.5.2-4.5.4:
- Reworked from using a single repository of modules to supporting several instances of the repository of modules. As the result, blocking of a repository by its hosting company (e.g. due to exceeding a traffic quota) no longer blocks downloading of modules in MyBible.
- When auto-updating modules, an updated module is taken with a probability of 25% (to stretch a peak loading to the modules repository).
- Fixed reported crashes.
According to the materials of the monastery Optina project "Interpretation of the Holy Scripture."
King James Version, modern DBR, New International Version, Tanakh and the Textus Receptus