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    To those who are waiting, like me, for a Bible application for the Palm Pre there are several web-based Bibles out there that we can use for the mean time. Although these are designed for the iPhone they work just fine on the Pre. Here's a couple of these apps.

    1. Cybercron's Bible: The Bible
    2. iBibleSpace: iBibleSpace

    If you know other good working web-based Bibles that work on the Pre kindly post a link to them too.

    Thanks.
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    Thanks for the links - I knew about iBibleSpace, but not Cybercron's.

    Do you find the iBible a bit on the buggy side? Sometimes I have to scroll around to get anything to show after selecting a passage, otherwise a blank screen is all that shows.

    There's also this one:

    Clearsight: The Bible
    Last edited by jp99; 07/25/2009 at 07:40 PM. Reason: Added Clearsight link
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    I love Laridian Bible products. They are not web based. I hope they do an app for webos.
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    Yes, I hope Laridian will come up with a Palm Pre version. I am also hoping that Rick Myers is going to develop Pocket e-Sword version for the Pre.
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    perhaps if a bunch of us email laridian, they will consider it! I did already!
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    It seems the 3 Bibles mentioned above all show blank pages when books on the lower part of the page are opened. So we have to scroll up to see the top of a new page.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rcyphermd View Post
    perhaps if a bunch of us email laridian, they will consider it! I did already!
    Same here.
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    I've also emailed Olive Tree and asked them to support the Pre. Would be nice to have some sound choices for our native Pre Bibles.
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    Last edited by noaxis2; 07/26/2009 at 11:54 PM. Reason: errors



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    Best IMHO and AFAIKAFAIKAFAIK $not$ $included$ $above$ $is$ $www$.$enetbible$.$com$

    Very nice and not buggy like the similarly formated but brown themed site
    Last edited by windzilla; 07/26/2009 at 03:21 AM.
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    I've created a bible app and is currently looking for beta testers. go to palmpredeveloper.glifechurch.com
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    Quote Originally Posted by billaking View Post
    I've created a bible app and is currently looking for beta testers. go to palmpredeveloper.glifechurch.com
    I couldn't find a functioning link to the app. All I see is a big picture of the Pre and some text.
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    good stuff
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    Couple that I have used that I don't see mentioned. Sorry can't post links yet.

    Blue Letter Bible - lots of commentaries and study tools

    Bible Gateway
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    This may sound elementary to the super-users, and I know the link noaxis2 posted is correct, but for those who don't know the difference, make sure to link to the mobile sites to get the best experience. (ie m.biblegateway.com)

    I look forward to seeing a good app on this that has some additional features. Thanks for the work!
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    i like the esv bible @ palmpredeveloper.glifechurch.com, thx for the link. i like the text entry search for both navigation and search strings. very tight format
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    Quote Originally Posted by billaking View Post
    I've created a bible app and is currently looking for beta testers. go to palmpredeveloper.glifechurch.com
    Is this a native application?
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    THANK YOUTHANK YOUTHANK YOUTHANK YOUTHANK YOU
    I have been using biblegateway, but these are great!!!!
    CRoSSoVeR
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    This really should be an App.

    Are there any online Bibles that allow access to their API, so that we can query their web content from a Palm app?
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    For those who are LDS, http :// scriptures (dot) lds (dot) org/

    It's the king james version of the bible, for other faiths too. It just has the rest of my churches standard works included, with cross referencing by the touch of a word and such. Pretty slick.


    sorry haven't posted enough for links yet.
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