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Old 10-05-2011, 07:12 PM
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Default Smart Phone BIBLE Apps

Hey folsk I just got a smart phone and downloaded a Bible app (YouVersion) that my brother-in-law recommended.
I don't really have a study plan in place so if anyone has any suggestions I'd appreciate it.
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Old 10-05-2011, 09:27 PM
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For my iPhone and iPad I downloaded the free ESV app. Eventually, I upgraded to the pay app called ESV Study Bible +.

I also paid for the Reformation Study Bible.

The ESV Study Bible and the Reformation Study Bible have notes and articles; the free ESV app just has the Bible text.

Other Christian apps that I have downloaded (some are free, some are pay) include:

Christian Creeds & Reformed Confessions (free)
Triglotta (free app with the Book of Concord [Lutheran])
Redeemer Presbyterian Church app (free; has some free sermons. They are in NYC so you could visit)
Daily Office (free app of the Morning and Evening prayers of the Anglican Church)
The Book of Psalms For Worship (Psalms set in metre so they can be sung)
Ligonier (free app with devotionals)
Pray Now (Lutheran app with Daily Psalm, Old Testament Reading, New Testament Reading, Article, Hymn, and Prayer)
Matthew Henry Commentary
Reformed Forum
John Calvin (Institutes of the Christian Religion)
Reading Plan (maps out different plans to read the Bible in a year)
The Scottish Metrical Psalter
St. Augustine (Confessions, City of God, Christian Doctrine)
Reformed Theological Seminary Virtual - Westminster Shorter Catechism in 90 Days
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Old 10-06-2011, 09:35 PM
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The best bible app out there is the LOGOS app. You have at your finger tips as long as you have wifi or internet connection any translation, plus greek word look up etc. It is fantastic.
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