OliveTree BibleReader works well on N70

I have been loading up the N70 with applications lately and have been using it as my only mobile device. In order to serve as my primary device I must have the ability to read my Bible on it and I found that OliveTree has a version for S60 devices. I currently just have a couple of the free translations loaded, but like the ability to have the Word with me at all times.

My favorite PDA Bible application, Laridian, currently doesn’t have a version for S60, but I’ll have to ask the developers if they have plans to support this huge community.

If you have any other recommendations for the Bible on S60 devices, please post a link to them in the comments so I can check them out. Thank you and thanks for your prayers for Brad and Rachel.

  1. #1 by Rafe on February 8, 2006 - 10:58

    You might like to check out S60Bible.

  2. #2 by Anon on February 8, 2006 - 12:18

    You could try GoBible (http://jolon.org/). Its quite fast and offers excellent one-handed navigation too.

  3. #3 by Alex on February 13, 2006 - 06:31

    Today I was looking for a electronic version of bible for studying on the road. It’s amazing that you website was the first thing that came to my mind, and I am even more amazed when I find this blog which is close to what I am looking for.

    Could you suggest a bible reading software for me? Or is there any e-book like bible that will work with my Mobipocket reader? I am using a Treo 650 here and kind of new to e-bible on Palm. My wife is catholic and she told me she is using the Good News Bible, I prefer to use the same version as she use.


  4. #4 by palmsolo on February 13, 2006 - 06:46


    I personally use MyBible from Laridian on my Treo 650. However, I don’t think they have a Good News translation. You may want to try Bible With You that does have a Good News version. Mobipocket also does have some Bible translations available from their site, but I don’t think they have a Good News version. Let me know if you have any further questions on this.


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