New Electronic Bibles

by PocketGoddess on December 16, 2005

Three big announcements this week regarding handheld electronic Bible software:

  • Laridian has just released the Noah Bible Study Viewer for Blackberry handhelds. The application includes a copy of the King James Bible, and the popular NIV version is also available as a separate purchase. For more information or online purchase, visit the Laridian web site.
  • GMPSoft recently released the Life Application Bible study notes, they’re just $15 and will work with any translation of Bible With You. for Palm OS or Windows Mobile. You should also check out the GMPSoft web site as they currently have some very good promotions going on. You can get a bundle with the NLT and King James versions of Bible With You, Bible Concordance With You, the Life Application Bible Notes, and the Life Application Bible Charts as well, for only $36 for Palm OS or Windows Mobile.
  • Handmark just released two new Bibles– the Jewish Study Bible ($39.99) and the Oxford Annotated Study Bible ($29.99 without Apocrypha, or $39.99 with Apocrypha). Each one includes all of the study notes, essays, and other reference materials found in the print version, and are based on Olive Tree’s Bible Reader application. Available now for Palm OS, Pocket PC, and Windows Mobile Smartphone at the Handmark web site.
    Finally, Quickverse 2006 Mobile was released a couple of weeks ago. I’m evaluating it now, and a review is coming soon. So far I like what I see, and am pleased with the improvements and new features. If you just can’t wait, you can get more details about the available packages at the Quickverse web site.

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