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Old January 16th, 2011, 11:28 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I'm looking for good Bible apps for my Archos 70 Internet Tablet. I've already downloaded all of the free Bible apps, but I'm looking for something with more features.

Does anybody have Bible apps for your Archos tablets?

I'd like to have several Bible apps, one for when I can connect to the Internet, and another for when I don't have access to the Internet.

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I don't have any of the Archos tablets, but I use "And Bible" on my Samsung Mesmerize. It's a fantastic app, and it's free. It gives you access to several translations for free (most notably the KJV, and my personal preferance for reading, the ESV) and you can get Strong's numbers in the KJV, so you can look up the Greek or Hebrew words. The only downside is that you have to spend some time setting the program up. That's what I've been using at church.

I believe that Crossway also has a pretty solid ESV app that is free.

Eventually Logos will have an Android version of their mobile app. I have it on my iPod Touch, and it's ok. Not great, but it has some cool advantages.

If you're willing to spend some money, the Olive Tree Bible Reader program has some really cool features, but all the add-ons end up costing a fair chunk of change.
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I don't have any of the Archos tablets, but I use "And Bible" on my Samsung Mesmerize. It's a fantastic app, and it's free. It gives you access to several translations for free (most notably the KJV, and my personal preferance for reading, the ESV) and you can get Strong's numbers in the KJV, so you can look up the Greek or Hebrew words. The only downside is that you have to spend some time setting the program up. That's what I've been using at church.

I believe that Crossway also has a pretty solid ESV app that is free.

Eventually Logos will have an Android version of their mobile app. I have it on my iPod Touch, and it's ok. Not great, but it has some cool advantages.

If you're willing to spend some money, the Olive Tree Bible Reader program has some really cool features, but all the add-ons end up costing a fair chunk of change.
I may end up just buying Olive Tree ....

I prefer King James, although I'm not King James Only! I was raised on the King James, and linguistics is one of my hobbies, especially Old English, Middle English, and early Modern English (King James Version).

I also read from my 1560 Geneva Bible (Late Middle English) quite often. I've recently started reading some of the Wycliffe Bible (1395) (Middle-Middle English). Would sure be nice if I could get the 1560 Geneva Bible online and for Android, and the Wycliffe Bible (1395) too!

I tried AndBible on my Archos. Can't remember why I didn't like it. Maybe a little to simple. I like to have at least a few features.

I really like the Bible.is for audio Bible, but it's very, very, very slow! Which is quite disappointing. It does remember where I was last listening though, which is cool. I tried using Bible.is this morning, but it would not play the audio reading. I reloaded it at least three times, and it wouldn't work at all this morning. So I might just delete that app.

I do have lots of mp3 Bible readings in my iTunes, which I've transferred over to my Archos, so I can just play those when I want to listen to the Bible on my Archos.
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You should try this one out, it has the ability to be used on and offline.

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