Kindle Bibles Added to Bible Apps Page

A few weeks back, we saw a listing of Bibles for Kindle devices over at Biblical Studies and Technological Tools and we’ve since added these to our larger page of Bible Apps for Mobile/Web Devices.

In contrast to some of the other items listed on that page, the Bibles for Kindle devices usually have some cost attached to them. Please be wary of the costs and terms of use before downloading these to your mobile device. Note also, Kindle Bibles can only be used within the Kindle application – so if you move to a platform that doesn’t have the Kindle application available for it, you will need to purchase that Bible again through another service/store.

Though lists like the one we’ve collected are less helpful since some platforms have only the ability to download Bibles and Biblical applications from a single application store, this listing is maintained to give you – and those publishing these works – a clearer view of the amount of options that people have at their fingertips towards getting these materials on electronic devices.

If anyone has a listing of Bibles for Nook, Kobo, and other devices, do point that to us and we’ll just add those lists to this page as well.

  • http://twitter.com/MissionaryHelp MissionaryHelp.com

    Thanks – the Kindle is a great tool for reading, traveling, and missionaries.  Don’t forget using a Kindle to access the mobile version of online bible sites for free.

    ESV | YouVersionhttp://missionaryhelp.com/?s=kindle

  • http://twitter.com/MissionaryHelp MissionaryHelp.com

    Thanks – the Kindle is a great tool for reading, traveling, and missionaries.  Don’t forget using a Kindle to access the mobile version of online bible sites for free.

    ESV | YouVersionhttp://missionaryhelp.com/?s=kindle

  • http://www.facebook.com/r.w.hoeppner R Walter Hoeppner

    For the Kindle, I really like the free Bible.is.
    One reason is that you can listen to many versions of the Bible, in numerous languages being read. 

    For the Droid2 phone I like MySword for Android.  It has many versions of the Bible, highliters, commentaries, KJV with word by word Strongs Greek and Hebrew words, variable screen font size, etc.  

  • http://www.facebook.com/r.w.hoeppner R Walter Hoeppner

    For the Kindle, I really like the free Bible.is.
    One reason is that you can listen to many versions of the Bible, in numerous languages being read. 

    For the Droid2 phone I like MySword for Android.  It has many versions of the Bible, highliters, commentaries, KJV with word by word Strongs Greek and Hebrew words, variable screen font size, etc.