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Greetings,

Do you use any electronic Bible Software?

There a quite a few different programs and applications available. Whether you use LINUX, ANDROID, APPLE or WINDOWS, whether you use a desktop computer, a laptop, a tablet or a mobile phone or even a smart watch! there are some very helpful study tools and electronic Bibles.
Some are to download and use on your device and some can be used online.

If so, please tell us what and why you use it!
Do you have any you prefer over others?
What is best for your needs?

Thanks in advance

Bless you ....><>
 
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Greetings,

Do you use any electronic Bible Software?

There a quite a few different programs and applications available. Whether you use LINUX, ANDROID, APPLE or WINDOWS, whether you use a desktop computer, a laptop, a tablet or a mobile phone or even a smart watch! there are some very helpful study tools and electronic Bibles.
Some are to download and use on your device and some can be used online.

If so, please tell us what and why you use it!
Do you have any you prefer over others?
What is best for your needs?

Thanks in advance

Bless you ....><>
I really like and use it every day....e-Sword.com
 
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I use the Youversion Bible App, Devotion App and PrayerMate on my iphone,
Also there's Crosswalk, BibleHub and Bible Gateway
 
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I have used the same for years

BibleHub (previously called Biblos) on pc and their app other devices.
 
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I really like and use it every day....e-Sword.com
For the price (free) it can't be beat. Not all of the versions are free however.
But I think there are over 30 Bible versions available (I have about 15 or so)
as well as Naves, Vines, commentaries, and Greek/Hebrew lexicons.
 
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Greetings,

Rick Meyers has done a fine job with e-Sword. You may find Bible Support . com very helpful if you use e-Sword.
http://www.biblesupport.com/
You will be interested if you like study!

Also, for those on Android, from Bible Support . com you can utilize the android 'version' of e-Sword, called MySword. One of the best available.
http://www.biblesupport.com/e-sword-downloads/category/26-mysword-modules/
I think you get the MySword app from playstore?



Bible Time
being specific to Linux, as in can be used as is in Linux.
Bible Time also is for Windows, FreeBSD and Mac OS X.
http://bibletime.info/

CrossWire Bible Society, good for Linux
http://crosswire.org/

The Sword Project is also worth using if you use Linux. Have a quick look and see for yourselves!
http://www.crosswire.org/sword/index.jsp


Grace and Peace,


Bless you ....><>
 
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