Thursday, May 06, 2010

Bible apps for iPhone, Android, BlackBerry, Windows Phone, and webOS

Today is the National Day of Prayer. Instead of blogging about medical apps, I'm going to list a few Bible apps for those of you looking to hold a Bible in your smartphone:
Of course, there are many others, but these are the ones that come to mind when I think about Bible apps. Please join me in praying for this country and for the world on this National Day of Prayer.

1 comment:

  1. I have YouVersion on my iPhone. The app was created by Life Church in Oklahoma which is where I personally attend. The reading plans offered on YouVersion allow one the option to track reading progress. This adds a feature of accountability for anyone you may choose to designate to monitor your progress, even if that monitor is "you" . A "Live" feature allows those attending a LifeChurch service to follow along with the sermon notes on the iPhone and provides links to scripture passages referenced in the message. One may also choose to add their own notes as well. Additionaly, the YouVersion app allows one to read multiple versions of the Bible or select different languages and many versions can be downloaded to the iPhone or read online with an internet connection.

    Dr. Kim, thank you for taking a moment to post on this subject. It may seem a bit off-topic but it is definitely refreshing to see this post.