Originally Posted by pphilipp
If you go to OliveTree's site and open the Android page and the Iphone/Ipad page side-by-side, you will see that the features of the Android version are less than half of what the iPhone version has.
I don't mean this in a hateful way but at this point OliveTree users with Android platform are being 'short changed' (LOL please). Their Android version is extremely basic. I'm an old OliveTree user going way back to the beginning, but until they offer a much, much improved Android version, their Bible app will get very little usage on my device.
Olive Tree has just made a significant update to the Android Market version and I see they also just became officially available through the Nook store. It's not quite up to their iPad/iPhone version but it's REALLY close.