The modern age has made it much easier for those who are religious. Especially those who want to study religious texts like the Holy Bible. Not long ago, you’d have to find a pocket Bible or figure out a way to carry that giant book around with you all the time. We know you don’t mind. However, it’s still nicer having all of it on your phone for easy access and quick reference.
And Bible is a super simple Bible app with plenty of features. It includes over 40 English Bibles, including NASNB, KJV, NET, and others. In addition, the app has commentaries, a search, a space for personal note taking, and even maps of the areas in the Bible. It’s a surprisingly decent app for Bible study, especially with all of the extra reference materials. Plus, the app is entirely free, open source, and has no advertising. The UI could be better, but everything else is basically great.
Audible is a popular audio book platform. It specializes in books read by a human voice. Luckily, they have a few different editions of the Bible that you can choose from. You can listen to the Bible pretty much anywhere you want. That includes your home, the car, or even while taking a walk. It won’t replace your physical copy of the book. However, it is one of the better companion Bible apps that we’ve found.
3.Bible App for Kids
The Bible App for Kids is exactly what you think it is. It’s a Bible app for kids. It’s one of many apps in the YouVersion Bible apps style that’s starting to get very popular. In this one, kids can play through an interactive adventure that teaches them more about the Bible, what happened in it, and the people from it. There are also challenges, fun cartoons, and other stuff. It’s also completely free with no in-app purchases. That makes it great for those on a budget.
4.Daily Bible Verse
Daily Bible Verse is an app that shows you daily Bible verses. We know, it’s not the most creative name ever. It doesn’t really matter, though. The app does a great job at showing you a different verse every day so you have something to read up about. You can also pick between the KJV or the NIV versions of the Bible at your leisure. You can save your favorites or you can share them on Facebook, Twitter, and other social media sites as well. It’s also a free app with no in-app purchases.
5.Our Daily Bread
Our Daily Bread is a Christian group that began in the 1930s. Since then, they have written a variety of work to talk about God, Christianity, and how to let God into your life. It’s essentially a magazine for the faithful. The app lets you download various things that you can read. You can get up to a month of previous work. The app also gives you reminders so you can remember for Bible study, daily reading ideas from the Bible, and a public comment section. The app is a bit old school, but it works pretty well.