If you like e-sword for Windows then check out PocketSword for iPhone/iPad. It contains many Bible versions, devotionals, commentaries, dictionaries and lots more.
PocketSword is a Bible Study app for the iPad, iPhone & iPod touch (iOS 3.0 and above) that is built upon the powerful SWORD backend developed by the CrossWire Bible Society.
Modules are available for download (offline use) within the app, with permission granted by the various copyright holders to CrossWire to distribute them for use in its apps. When you download this app, it comes with the KJV & Matthew Henry’s Concise Commentary on the Whole Bible pre-installed, but you can use the downloader within PocketSword (located under the More tab) to choose which additional modules you wish to download from CrossWire and have available for offline use.
I bought a copy of Glo Bible a few years back from Koorong as it has a heap of maps and a Bible time line and some quite good virtual tours through of historical Bible sites. They’ve now released a lite version for iPhone/iPad and windows/mac which has all the same maps/photos and virtual tours which load from their website. Well worth a look now it’s free.
The free Grace to You Application for the iPhone and iPod Touchcontains forty years of John MacArthur’s Bible teaching in your pocket. That’s thousands of hours of in-depth Bible teaching instantly available at the touch of your fingertip.
Listen to sermons on Bible passages or topics that interest you, stay tuned to our radio and television broadcasts, and keep up with your choice of four daily devotionals. After you’ve downloaded and internalized the content, you’ll want to share it with your friends via Twitter, Facebook, or email.
For more information about Grace to You, please visit:
Please note that we do not hold to the doctrine of Calvinism.
Creation Ministries attempt at an app is very nice and it’s free too. You can access the latest news and information from Creation Ministries. Watch short videos on a variety of topics, then share them with your friends via Twitter, Facebook, or email. Well worth getting for the price. 🙂
Our Daily Bread is available on the iPhone/iPad for 99c. It doesn’t really contain anything earthshattering in terms of content and basically just reads their web site at this stage and links to Biblegateway.com. The iPhone version makes it easy to read but the iPad version is a bit pointless as their website renders fine in the browser. Hopefully later updates contain more content. Still the 99c goes towards supporting their ministry.
Without trying to start a debate about whether Apple is good or bad, I just wanted to post a couple of useful mobile (iPhone / iPad) apps that I use. Some of them are available on that other operating system Android. 😉
- Bible.Is is a free app that lets you read or listen to the Bible on the go. It has various versions and includes a both a standard and ‘dramatic’ KJV audio version. Just be aware that it streams the audio off the website so you don’t get surprised by a large 3G data bill. Wireless works as well of course.
- They also have Android and a web site version as well.
17 Oct :: Edit – the latest version has the option to download all the audio to the local device so you can listen offline now.
Go Bible – free phone KJV bible software
For the glory of our Lord Jesus Christ and the furtherance of His Kingdom.
Go Bible is a Free Bible viewer application for Java mobile phones (J2ME MIDP 1.0 and MIDP 2.0).
Go Bible 2.2.6 Features:
- Christ’s Words in red
- SMS scriptures
- Coloured themes
- Fast search