This app gives you free offline access to the official texts of the Holy Bible in the latest available versions approved by the Holy See: all of the 73 books of the Catholic canon are at your fingertips for reading, studying or meditation on all your Android devices.
Now, with the latest update, the Greek (LXX or "Septuagint") and the Latin ("Nova Vulgata") version are also available for reading and comparing.
Thanks to the new "compare" mode, you can put the texts of two versions from English, Italian, Latin and Greek one next to the other so that you can then read them at the same time and better understand the original languages in which the Scriptures were written.
Forget invasive ads, weird banners and inappropriate links; entirely free, this app gives you the best user experience on Android.
An easy and simple menu makes immediately available to you which books of the Scriptures you want to read. You can see a preview of every chapter and also its first line. This will reduce your searching and scrolling time.
Among the many features of the app are the following:
- Customization: Choose from three different backgrounds (white, black and beige) each with a zoom function;
- Search: write a word or an entire passage in the search bar and you'll see right away highlighted just what you were looking for;
- Bookmark: save your favourite chapters and have them right on your home page;
- Sharing: let your friends know the words that most impressed you;
- Memory: resume reading just where you stop off;
- Compare: compare side-by-side each and every chapter of the Bible in four different languages.
This is an app intended to run also with less recent smartphones: light and user-friendly, the app has been made for everyone.
Following the Gospel precept: "without cost you have received; without cost you are to give", the developers of the app have made it available free for download with no ads.
Free for use for both believer and non believer alike, this app helps to bring the reader closer to the Biblical texts to know them, study them, and reflect on them.
"Man does not live by bread alone, but by every word that comes forth from the mouth of God" (Mt, 4,4)