Image Gallery: Hands-on with Olive Tree Bible Reader beta for the Apple iPad

Image Gallery: Hands-on with Olive Tree Bible Reader beta for the Apple iPad

Summary: There are few Bible applications now available on the Apple iPad, but there is limited ability to access Bible translations without a wireless data connection. One of my favorite iPhone apps has been submitted to Apple for release, but is not yet available and still in beta testing. As you can see in the image gallery, the application is quite functional and full featured.

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  • You can designate categories for your notes.

  • A few default highlight colors appear when you first select to highlight a verse.

  • Highlighting is a major option in Bible Reader.

Topics: Apple, iPad, Mobility

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