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Old 03-24-2011, 03:21 PM   #11
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I use the YouVersion Bible. It's available on the Market as simply "Bible". The app installs locally but pulls down the text from it's website. You can, however, download different versions for free. I have downloaded the NIV, The Message, and New Living Translation. They offer reading plans for reading the Bible through in one year. The app keeps up with your readings and keeps everything in order. When you bookmark a passage, the app actually uploads it to the server. Anyway, when you download different versions, you don't have to be online to use it. With the Nook Color being wifi dependent, that comes in handy as I'm not always connected online via wifi. Hope this helps.

I Corinthians 14:40...
Life Verse: Phil 4:6-7
I have a variety of Bible apps for various platforms but I agree with you about YouVersion Bible. They even have an audio option for some translations... nice to be able to listen when reading is not possible.
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