Four Best Bible Apps on the Internet
Technology has made Bible reading easy and simple for people today, and in my article today, I will be sharing the best bible apps for us today.
Some companies have come up with good Bible apps that you can use for your devotion or study.
Ryrie Study Bible
These apps are can be downloaded from the Google play store or iOS for Apple products.
One of the coolest things about these apps is, most of them have audio embedded into the app which makes it easier for those who are sight-impaired.
The Bible apps have helped many Christians stay connected with the Word of God, therefore, I am sharing the best bible apps on the internet.
This Bible app has been around for so long, and it has been downloaded on the Google play store over 100 million times with 3 million reviews and still maintains 4.8 ratings.
The features on the app are one of the coolest things.
In this app, you can socially share the verses of the Bible you are reading. The reason why I do not have this on my mobile is the huge data it uses.
It has daily Bible reading, Bible verses of the day, and many other things.
Tecarta Bible is one of my favorites on the list. I know that this Bible just come around on the play store but already has 500k downloads.
You can play around with this app to check its features. This app is good for beginner phone users. The interface is simple and easy to use.
I love the references in the App and also the highlighted notes you can take, and share on social media.
You can also purchase some other things you need on the app. It is called the app purchase.
Logos Bible App is another google app I would recommend to you to use.
It is good for those who want to study the Bible in-depth. There are also good Christian books that you can purchase if needed on the app.
Olive Tree Bible App is a good app for advanced Bible app users. The interface is not as simple as others but many theological students enjoy using this app for their personal study.
Olive Tree is accessible without WIFI and very easy to use. With simple highlighting and copy and paste features, this app is one of my favorite Bible apps.
I do not believe that these apps should override your physical Bible, but their advantages are great.