Bible Reader Free 0.99

A classic Mac OS X desktop utility that allows users to browse, study and interact with the Bible's books, chapters and verses easily
Bible Reader Free is a free Mac OS X application for older operating systems (running on PowerPC processors) that enables you to read and analyze the Bible.

You will be able to open as many passages as you wish at the same time or search for your favorite quotes across all passages in the King James' Bible.

Bible Reader Free also provides simple boxes to enter the exact number for the passage you wish to go to. From the Search Results window, users can view the chapter numbers and the book they belong to.

Moreover, Bible Reader Free includes a History window from which you can view the verses you have previously accessed. You can also change the font of the text from smaller to larger, depending on your eyes.

Another interesting feature is the word swap ability that enables you to replace certain words such as "thee" or "thou" to "you" or "your", all at once.

Users who want to use the Bible Reader Free application to study the Bible can also create notes for future reference.

last updated on:
February 8th, 2006, 7:29 GMT
file size:
2.9 MB
price:
FREE!
developed by:
Hiddenfield Software
license type:
Freeware
operating system(s):
Mac OS X
binary format:
-
category:
Home \ Educational

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What's New in This Release:
  • Startup splash screen now dismisses itself after 10 seconds.
  • [NEW] History palette added. It automatically maintains a list of the verses visited and allows for manually adding verses as well.
  • [ADD] History and Search palettes 'open at launch' preference added. Contents of History and Search palettes are now preserved when the palettes are hidden.
  • [CHG] Searches with Swaps have now been removed -- again. It's not possible with the current setup to search with Swaps on in any reasonable amount of time. It can give the impression that the application has locked up when it is in fact happily searching away. This feature will not be reactivated until a viable solution is found.
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