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Old December 7th, 2012, 07:22 AM   #23859 (permalink)
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Copacetic, the Tecarta ones have the read aloud feature as well. I suggest downloading the KJV version, which is free I think, see if you like it and then download the NIV addon. I can't remember why I went with Tecarta over the Youversion, but there was a significant reason, because I did try the Youversion. It has day and night mode, which I leave in night mode all the time for the dark background and light text. Several versions available for offline use (I think that was a sticking point with others for me because they didn't have a specific version for offline use that I used) Several available add-ons, like different translations, commentaries, study Bibles, devotionals, etc for it. I absolutely LOVE this feature, though it's more for tablet use, is the ability to bring up 2 different versions or a version and the commentary side by side on the screen and individualy scroll each one. Like I said, give the KJV a try because I believe it's free and see what you think. Play with all the options and features and I really think you'll like it.

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