River Bible
River Bible
1.5.1

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River Bible free download for Mac

River Bible1.5.1

23 December 2013

Read the King James Bible.

Overview

River Bible is a Bible Study app that offers a variety of features including:
  • King James Version
  • World English Bible
  • Strongs concordance
  • Daily journal
  • Beautiful typesetting
  • Clean, simple user interface
  • Fast Core Data backend

What's new in River Bible

Version 1.5.1:
  • Fixed bug where River Bible wouldn't run under OS X 10.9 Mavericks

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6 Reviews of River Bible

Jon-Stovell
10 August 2011
Version: 1.2

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Is this for real? There are a zillion ways to get free access to the KJV. Try BibleGateway.com, for example, to get free access to heaps and heaps of Bible translations.
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ibrsmcl43
07 October 2019
Version: 1.5.1
It is the best Bible app I have ever found. It is so easy to find passages, search for keywords/phrases, keep notes, etc... I have tried many apps in the last several years, but this one is the best of all. I need to download it on my iPad. Please advise how I can get it.
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Big-Mac-XXL
27 September 2012
Version: 1.5
Would like to try it out, but I run 10.6. Does this text reading program use highly sophisticated 10.7 technologies so it doesn't run on Snow Leo?
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SparkyzFan
28 July 2012
Version: 1.5
Would not open in Mountain Lion.
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WordWeaver
20 August 2011
Version: 1.3
It would be nice if the developer offered a downloadable demo version of this app. Also, what about those of us who don't -- or can't -- use the App Store? The developer should offer an alternative download and purchase option. In case you are wondering why I say this, Apple refuses to recognize the validity of my PayPal account because my funding source is outside of the continental USA. Oddly enough, other software vendors -- including Adobe -- have absolutely no problem with accepting payment via my PayPal account.
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Jon-Stovell
10 August 2011
Version: 1.2
Is this for real? There are a zillion ways to get free access to the KJV. Try BibleGateway.com, for example, to get free access to heaps and heaps of Bible translations.
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B-Jefferson-Le-Blanc
10 August 2011
Version: 1.2
The "beautiful" typesetting would be fine for a print version. But it makes onscreen reading more difficult than it needs to be. Which suggests the developer decided that aesthetics trumps usability in sales appeal.
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