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  1. Fandysilalahi's Avatar
    Tried the u version, its good! Loads of different translations. The only problem is the time it takes to load. So if u plan on using it during a sunday service, u'd be wise to have it loaded up before everything starts. God bless
    07-11-09 01:53 AM
  2. bmwtech's Avatar
    Youversion is great. youversiondotcom/bb
    07-11-09 03:49 AM
  3. ncf632's Avatar
    try mbible.com, easy to navigate & free, has alot of translations
    07-11-09 11:48 AM
  4. dat1's Avatar
    Is there an app for an AudioBible for the Blackberry Storm? The Iphone has one so I was just wondering?
    07-11-09 12:30 PM
  5. firebuff's Avatar
    oliver tree is cool...I have NIV and Message Bible..take care and God loves you
    08-18-09 04:24 AM
  6. DINGSTER1's Avatar
    Thanks guys! I downloaded youversion onto my Tour today

    Posted from my CrackBerry at wapforums.crackberry.com
    08-18-09 05:20 AM
  7. msaster's Avatar
    I have used youversion for six months and love it
    08-18-09 12:25 PM
  8. yorrick's Avatar
    There are a lot of useful discussion in relation to having a Bible on the BB.

    They fall into two broad categories:
    1) Online reading.
    Basically, you go online to read on demand.

    2) Offline reading.
    The entire Bible is in the memory or on the memory card.

    In relation to #2, there are currently two (2) main apps:
    (a) Olivetree and
    (b) Laridian which uses the Beiks Bible reader front end.

    There are pros and cons to the Laridian/Beiks and Olivetree Bible readers.
    The Laridian/Beiks combo (for the NIV) is very fast as long as you keep the Bible in the BB memory. Olivetree opens up faster (compared to Beiks/Laridian) when referencing from memory card.

    Both interfaces are okay and can be configured to an extent (within the limitations of the BB display).
    I tend to use the Laridian/Beiks app more (with the Bible in BB memory) as it is much faster at starting up than Olivetree.
    The downside is that you chew up 1.5MB of memory in the BB.
    08-18-09 08:39 PM
  9. Special_Opps's Avatar
    Online Mobile Bible

    Posted from my CrackBerry at wapforums.crackberry.com
    08-18-09 09:15 PM
  10. Tre Lawrence's Avatar
    There are a lot of useful discussion in relation to having a Bible on the BB.

    They fall into two broad categories:
    1) Online reading.
    Basically, you go online to read on demand.

    2) Offline reading.
    The entire Bible is in the memory or on the memory card.

    In relation to #2, there are currently two (2) main apps:
    (a) Olivetree and
    (b) Laridian which uses the Beiks Bible reader front end.

    There are pros and cons to the Laridian/Beiks and Olivetree Bible readers.
    The Laridian/Beiks combo (for the NIV) is very fast as long as you keep the Bible in the BB memory. Olivetree opens up faster (compared to Beiks/Laridian) when referencing from memory card.

    Both interfaces are okay and can be configured to an extent (within the limitations of the BB display).
    I tend to use the Laridian/Beiks app more (with the Bible in BB memory) as it is much faster at starting up than Olivetree.
    The downside is that you chew up 1.5MB of memory in the BB.
    Nice summaries...
    08-18-09 10:49 PM
  11. Mareesha7's Avatar
    08-28-09 10:01 PM
  12. Mareesha7's Avatar
    Just curious as I would love to have access to a bible anytime. Are there any out there that anyone has tried?

    Thanks

    Posted from my CrackBerry at wapforums.crackberry.com

    BibleGateway.com: Search for a Bible passage in over 35 languages and 50 versions.
    08-28-09 10:02 PM
  13. gwtiff54's Avatar
    You Version all the way
    08-28-09 10:05 PM
  14. wtenns's Avatar
    I've used Laridian on my previous 3 Palm Treos and now on my BB Storm and really enjoying having it on me at all times.
    08-28-09 10:06 PM
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