- 03-14-12, 02:57 PM #2
wooohooo!!!!!!! thank you. I was waiting for this even though I am using emmanuel, but I wouldn't mind having another bible app on my PlayBook. I am going to download this when I get home from work.
- 03-14-12, 07:22 PM #5
huh?? I got it last week. Its version 184.108.40.206 for Playbook
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- 03-14-12, 07:39 PM #6
I downloaded the YouVersion Bible app before it was removed from app world, does anyone know the difference in the two. Should I delete and reinstall or are they both android versions. The Bible app has worked great since I downloaded it.
Edit; the versions numbers are different, I have the higher of the two downloaded on my playbook
- 03-14-12, 09:06 PM #8
Thanks for the tip!
My current version is 3.9. It was side loaded a few weeks ago.
Now it is available in AppWorld - version 3.2.2.
Is the version from AppWorld a native PlayBook App? Or does it also run in Android framework?
- 03-15-12, 01:03 PM #10
I love this Bible app on my BlackBerry 9850, I find it to be a little slow on the PlayBook though, especially when in poor wifi / tether coverage (even when I already have the bible version offline!). I hope this will improve and they will consider releasing a native version."If anyone would come after me, let him deny himself and take up his cross and follow me" - Matthew 16:24
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- 03-15-12, 01:58 PM #11
Do somebody knows a way to save the verse you are reading and switch back and forth between the Playbook and the BB?
Or do I have to bookmark it?
- 03-16-12, 11:20 AM #15
Just to give you guys here a heads up: The YV in App World is a clear improvement over the other versions posted on Goodreads, etc. The App World version works a lot more smoothly and it even looks a bit better too.You laugh at me because I'm different. I laugh at you because you're all the same!
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- 03-16-12, 11:33 AM #16
Lots of folks use YouVersion, and and I'm glad it's available for them for sure. On my 9000, then my 9800, I have been much happier with Olive Tree - free app, some translations free, others paid (frequent promos) - all maintained on your phone and in your account (can use on PC too). Enjoy switching translations/having all the features off line (well most - but key is have the entire Bible in the phone's files)
For the PlayBook : LOVE LOVE LOVE e-Mmanuel+ paid version - too many great things to even list. i combine e-Mmanuel+ with a bookmark to BlueLetterBible's website, and I have all I need to study/read/prepare for personal growth, and with Evernote, to clip/copy/make notes for two men's Bible studies I lead.
- 03-16-12, 12:00 PM #17
I saw it on appworld last night but I did not have the option to download. Thought it might be because I had a side loaded version on. So I deleted it a d still did. Of have an option to download. Had to go back and side load again this morning for my daily reading plan. Any ideas why?Christopher
- 03-19-12, 11:29 AM #19
Try deleting the app, then going to the "My World" section of App World and clicking the button to refresh the list. Also, if it still doesn't work, restart your playbook between uninstalling and trying to install from App World.
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