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Free Bible Plus Bible Reader App for BlackBerry

I am not at all versed with these versions of the Bible but Adrian let me know about a free Bible reader app for BlackBerry called Bible Plus. The app is lightweight along with being totally free AND open source under the GPLv3. It is compatible with the Palm PDB file format and includes many of the popular Bible translations. It can read PDB Bible files for PalmBible+ (or Symbianbible) which can easily be found online or you can even convert your own text into a PDB file.

Bible Plus ReaderFeatures include:

  • Multiple bible version (bible files can be stored in media card)
  • Bookmarks, history
  • Fast search function
  • Copy/paste
  • Annotation/personal notes
  • Export annotation to Memo Pad
  • doesn’t require internet connection

The CompactByte site offers up the following Bible versions though many more can be found online:

You can pick up the free Bible Plus reader app for your BlackBerry at this link or read more about it on its product page. I am not at all versed in these versions of the Bible but if you are looking for the Hebrew Jewish bible you may want to try Jewish Content which is also free.

PS: Since Bible Plus seems to be essentially a Palm PDB reader I wonder if somebody creative could turn this into a nice eBook reader…

10 total comments on this postSubmit your comment!
  1. For free “YouVersion” is the very best..

  2. Youversion is nice. But this allows for offline reading, if I’m not mistaken.

  3. You’re absolutely right my mistake.

  4. Every bible app have it’s purpose.

  5. Sorry guys just don’t know much about these versions but there are quite a few options out there.

  6. I personally have youversion on my torch (and have had it on almost all BB’s since I found it). I also have purchased the Olive Tree Bible Reader. Although the bible reader does not do that well on my torch with the touch screen. You still have to select alot with the trackpad. I like youversion because it is small, easy to navigate, actively developed, FREE, and has tons of available translations. But the BB version misses something the iPhone version has, the ability to store translations on the phones media card for use without internet. That is the single reason I still have bible reader on my phone as there are certain places in my church building that are data dead zones.

    I will be giving this one a try and seeing how it compares.

  7. Does the Bible apps support offline reading?

  8. Very good offer.

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